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A young couple that is a faithful ministry partner felt led to give a sacrificial gift of $50,000 with anonymity as a Matching Challenge Gift from the sale of their home. With tears, they shared with Lisa and me that they really sensed how important all the ministries of Somebody Cares and TPMI are at this critical juncture in the world. We were stunned and humbled by their sacrifice and loving gesture! They themselves are involved in so much, have a young family, and are in ministry transitions. This truly is a sacrificial and amazing gesture of love and faith!

Every dollar given by March 17--up to $50,000--will be matched 1 to 1! This is a great opportunity to leverage the impact of our ministry to bring healing, hope, and reconciliation to communities across the nation and around the world at a time when the Church needs to be a plumb line of righteousness and mercy.

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As we become a mended net and are part of something so much bigger than ourselves, we will see God do amazing things in and through us!

A Word For 2017

November 2, 2016, was the day of the seventh game of the World Series and I was ministering at Woods Edge Church in The Woodlands, Texas, at the request of my friend, Pastor Jeff Wells. Throughout the audience, I could see people expressing their team choice by wearing either Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians shirts. As I got up to speak, I asked the crowd, “How many of you are Cubs fans?” Many enthusiastically responded in affirmation. I got a similar response when I asked, “How many of you are Indians fans?” Then I said, “Tomorrow, some of you are going to be celebrating because your team won the championship. Some of you will be sad and disappointed that your team did not. But at the end of the day, no matter who wins or who loses, you’ll still be Christians. You will still be members of the body of Christ, and you will still be part of the Church.”

I went on, “In a few days the Presidential election will occur, and many of us may have different political preferences. And at the end of the day, some of us will celebrate and some will be disappointed. But we must remember that our hope is not in the institutions of man, nor in a candidate or political party. Our hope is in the hope of glory, Christ Jesus. When the election is over, we will still be Christians and, as such, should reflect Christ even in our differences. Will we still be Christlike and love those who may disagree with us?”

A Return to Civility & Character 
One of the biggest challenges in our society today is the lack of civility and character we display in our disagreements—even in the Church. I’ve never seen so many people who are so adamant and opinionated—politically and otherwise—that they allow their preferences divide their families, their friendships, and even their churches. It’s painful and heartbreaking, especially from those representing Christ, on both sides of the political preference spectrum.
The only unshakable kingdom is the Kingdom of the Lord, and we the Church must still love each other in our disagreements if we are to help others find their place in the Kingdom. John 13:35 says, “By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” How can we lead others to a relationship with God if we can’t get past our own differences?

A Church United For a Nation Divided
In Mark 10:9, we see Jesus teach, “Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate.” This passage applies to the context of marriage, but it is clear that God is the one who also brings the Church together; woe unto the man or woman who causes dissension and separation in the Church. Proverbs 6:19 lists one who sows discord among brethren as one of seven things God despises.

We must walk in Christlikeness, crossing racial, denominational, and political barriers to be part of something bigger than ourselves. We need to love with the love of Christ; it’s the only way we can help others find hope in Christ.
Only a Church united can bring hope and healing to a nation divided!

A New Season
Around each New Year, I always spend time seeking the Lord, away from media and other distractions, to really listen and process what He seems to be saying for the next season. And we have definitely entered into an interesting season.

Last year, I sensed 2016 would be a time of reenergizing, refocusing, and recalibrating, and I believe that season is not over yet. In fact, I believe it is needed now more than ever.

I believe God continues to say to His Church:

1. Stay Low: Keep a posture of humility.

2. Draw Near: Stay close to His presence. When we’re permeated by His presence, the hope of glory, Christ Jesus, becomes a part of us, and the power of God in us can work through us.

3. Incline Our Ears to Hear: When that moment comes and the Spirit of the Lord speaks, we must obey and move quickly.

In Isaiah 43:1 we read this wonderful message: “But now, thus says the LORD, who created you, O Jacob, and He who formed you, O Israel, ‘Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; You are Mine.’”

What more do we need? Every decision, every direction, and every circumstance that we may go through—be it difficult or great, challenging or victorious—the Lord Jesus Christ is the hope of glory in us. No matter what, we know He’s with us, He’s engraved us and inscribed us on His hands. We belong to Him, and His power dwells in us. There’s nothing to fear when we recognize His commission and His anointing.

A Deep Work in Our Hearts
We need to be a people seeking consecration, asking and believing in faith for Him to do a work in us and get the rubbish out of our hearts. We must be sure to have proper perspectives; keep proper perceptions; be in proper alignments, agreements, and associations; and keep right attitudes.

And after we’ve allowed Him to do a deep work in our hearts, sowing seeds of faith through simple obedience, He will pour out His rain and water the seed. We need to draw from the well that never runs dry, because it comes from a source of water—Living Water—that never ceases.

Let’s stay in prayer and fix our eyes on the Lord. As in the days of Esther, God can hear our prayers and expose the works of darkness and the evil intent of Haman. The Lord can turn what has been meant for harm and turn it to our good.

Psalm 61 reminds us that when our hearts are overwhelmed, we should be led to the Rock that is higher than us. From the shoulders of the Lord, we can see with a different perspective. The Lord is still bigger than any disparaging voices or giants in the land. Let us not be discouraged or disillusioned, lest we become distracted from our destination and our primary calling. This calling is to be the good news, bring the good news, and broadcast the good news of the Gospel.

Be, Bring & Broadcast the Good News!
Be, bring, and broadcast the Gospel! Gospel means good news. With all the negative news we hear daily, may we be the bearers of good news! If we as the Church are going to see lasting impact in our generation, then we must be the tangible expression of the Gospel, be willing to bring the gospel of good news to so many who desperately need it, and passionately broadcast and proclaim good news in and through our lives. We need good news in a world of bad news. Be it, bring it, and broadcast it by the way you reflect and represent the Lord in your life.

I want to give this special note to church shepherds and Christians who are called to be ambassadors for Christ: Rather than fall into the trap of venting our personal divisive opinions, shouldn’t we be cognizant of the need to unite the Church and help bring healing?

At the end of the day, we are to be Christlike even in our disagreements and our public discourse. Maybe Solomon’s wisdom would be helpful. Who are those who really care about the baby (flock) versus those who would rather cut the baby in half just to win the argument? We all need God’s grace. Let’s not miss our moments of opportunity to reflect Christ even when we disagree.

The world is watching. Even more is the One watching who called us into the ministry. Be the Gospel!

Lift Jesus higher, lift Jesus higher—for all the world to see! Let our (the Church’s) light shine, that people may see our good (tangible) works in such a way that it brings glory to our Father in Heaven.

May this be a year when we the Church find unity in our diversity, so we can be a plumb line of healing and hope within a culture of division.

Copyright Doug Stringer, February 2017

It's hard to believe, but Doug Stringer, founder of TPMI and friend to many, will be 60 in just a few weeks. As a valuable ministry partner and friend, we invite you to join in the celebration!
Would you prayerfully consider:
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    ministry each day from now through his birthday, October 17th. Your 
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You continue to take the message of Consecration, Commitment, and Action
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Along with Doug's newly released book, Leadership Awakening, he will hostLeadership Awakening Intensives in 2017.  
Your contributions will facilitate curriculum and ministry support for these initiatives
Thank you for being a part of sowing into each life reached with the transforming message. May we experience a spiritual renewal and awakening across the land.
Your fellow servants,
The Turning Point Board, Staff and Friends

Cleveland Responds

"Our country needs this.”

This sentiment was communicated in various ways throughout the day on July 16 by volunteers, participants, and attendees who were all part of The Response USA, held at the Wolstein Center in downtown Cleveland. Thousands gathered as the church across Ohio crossed racial, denominational, and generational lines for a full day of worship, prayers of repentance, and intercession for our nation.

Doug Stringer coordinated the gathering, along with a core team of volunteers and ministry leaders affiliated with TPMI and Somebody Cares. He reiterated that the day was not about political agendas or preachers coming to pontificate. Instead, the only name lifted up from the stage was the name of Jesus.

“We are a nation at a crossroads,” Doug said. “Now more than ever the Church needs to be a plumb line not only of righteousness and truth, but of healing and hope.”

A Significant Time & Location

This was the first Response that was not called and hosted by a state governor, as happened in Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida. Yet leaders saw God’s hand in opening doors for the event to happen only days before Cleveland hosted the Republican National Convention, and in the days of unrest across the country following shootings of African American men in Louisiana and Minneapolis; terrorist acts in Orlando and throughout Europe; and a sniper taking the lives of five police officers in Dallas. A nervous tension could be felt as law enforcement officers from across the state moved into the city and began blocking streets and securing entire city blocks. 
But inside the Wolstein Center, believers from a diverse cross section of the church—“a coat of many colors”—prayed for peace and cried tears of repentance on behalf of our nation’s racial divides. Prayers went up on behalf of innocent blood that has been shed through senseless violence as well as abortion; for families to be healed; for honor and blessing between the generations; and for the church to be a conduit of reformation in all areas of our society.  
“The presence of God is already here,” observed Pastor Carlton Smith during the pre-event worship time.  He continued: “Cleveland is the most segregated city in the nation. This is a key time for us.”
Pastor Brondon Mathis from Columbus said, “We are in a time of transition from John’s ministry of preparation to Jesus’ ministry of manifestation.”

Interestingly, Ohio is the only state with a Bible scripture for its motto, “With God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26).


A volunteer serving backstage told us how he and five other men—some of them from other states—had been praying for The Response every Monday at 5:30am since January. During that time they saw God answer many personal prayers and had great anticipation that He would now hear their corporate prayers.

In the holding room, platform participants prayed and worshipped while they waited, said volunteer Marlene Yeo from Somebody Cares New England. “Peace and joy ruled the day!” she said. “We made sure we participated with what was happening on the platform to stay connected with what was happening. Everyone worshiped and was beautiful!”

“This whole event is a prayer answered,” said platform participant Rick Chelko. “The Lord will not listen to our prayers until we are repenting.”

Jody Trautwein drove 11 hours through four states to be part of this catalytic time of prayer. “I have two children, and I’m fearful for the world they will grow up in,” he said. “When they’re older, I don’t want them to look back at the things that are happening in our world today and say, ‘Daddy, what did you do about it?’”
“We are in a heightened state of spiritual warfare,” Dr. C. Jay Matthews, senior pastor of Mt. Sinai Ministries, a multi-generational church in Cleveland. Dr. Matthews is committed to investing in the younger generations, telling them, “The sooner you ‘get it,’ the longer you get to use it.”

Dana Gammil and his son helped lead The Response prayer time for generational healing, but he also shared a powerful personal testimony with us while he was

When Dana’s daughter Allison was pregnant, she received a prophetic word that her baby would be born on a day when the Lord would usher in a new revival for the new generation. Her baby was born on April 9, the same day Azusa Now was held in Los Angeles and UnitedCry 2016 was held in Washington D.C. Doug Stringer was among those leading prayer at UnitedCry, and others from The Response Team attended the Azusa celebration.

A few doors down, Allison knew a woman whose baby’s heart had stopped beating three days earlier and would be stillborn. As Allison, her husband, and her parents prayed and interceded, she sensed the Lord saying the baby’s life would be restored as the baby was lying on the mother’s chest. When the baby was born that day at 11:59pm, the medical personnel cleaned the child up and placed the lifeless body on its mother’s chest. Just as Allison had heard, the baby began to breathe and is alive and healthy today.

Dana believes God gave two promises that day: first, through the sign of a new revival with the birth of his granddaughter; then a message that the Church would be revived as we press in to Him. The Response, he believes, is a significant part of what God is doing.

“A church united can heal the soul of a nation divided,” Doug Stringer said in a pre-Response interview.  
Reports coming out of Cleveland in the week that followed The Response seemed to confirm this statement, as the violence, arrests, and illegal activities turned out to be incredibly less than anticipated.

Joseph and Renee Horevay pastor a network of house churches in Cleveland. They were helping coordinate Hope is Here--a street outreach bringing in prayer and evangelism teams from all over the U.S. during the week of the Republican National Convention--when they heard about The Response. They incorporated The Response as a kick-off to the week, and sent this report to Doug at the close of the Republican National Convention:

“The police department added 200 beds to the local county jail but only  made 25 arrests. It was amazing. Over 2800 police officers came in from 22 states and there were no casualties…Some bars had 4am approval but closed by 1am due to low business. Strip clubs had very low attendance; owners were expecting great surge in their business…Sar Shalom [The Prince of Peace] heard the prayers and praise of the saints.”

As one of The Response worship leaders had observed at the conclusion of the event: “What an amazing day in Cleveland with The Response team from Houston, TX, coming all the way here to help us host SIX hours of fasting, worship and prayer, and seeking the Lord for healing in our land! So much unity, so much breakthrough, and so much more to come in the days ahead! Ohio will never be the same!”
This November-December will mark 20 years since we held Prayer Mountain, a time when the Church of Houston set aside racial, denominational, and generational differences to lift up the name of Jesus through 40 days of prayer and worship. We saw many miracles happen during that time, from changed hearts to healed bodies to mended relationships. If you were a part of Prayer Mountain, use the comments section below to tell us how it impacted your life! 

Jericho Rides are the motorcycle version of Jericho Drives coordinated by Doug Stringer in the 1980s, as he mobilized churches across Houston to pray together while circling the loop around the city. The ride was founded by John Ojeda, a member of Born Again Motorcycle Ministry and active in several areas of Turning Point Ministries.

Like the Jericho Drives of the 1980s, the ride is fashioned after the battle plan God gave the armies of Israel in their defeat of Jericho in Joshua chapter 6. After Joshua and the army of Israel marched around the walls of Jericho seven days and then seven times on the last day, the walls of Jericho came tumbling down. "The walls of Jericho are the stronghold in our lives, and when we ride and pray we will see the wall come tumbling down, we will see breakthroughs," John explains.

The first ride was held with a couple dozen bikers in Houston in August 2009. "It was an awesome day," John remembers. "We rode, and we prayed over the city of Houston and for our nation."

Since that time, rides have been held in over 100 U.S. cities as well as in Canada, Scotland, England, Ireland, and South Africa. Jericho Ridge VIII will be held June 4, 2016, and is already seeing a great response.

The concept is simple, John says, quoting James 5:16. "God hears the prayers of the righteous."

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This year marks the 15th year anniversary of Ad Deum Dance Company as a full time professional dance organization.

Ad Deum is a professional modern/contemporary dance company based in Houston, Texas, directed by its founder Randall Flinn, who established the company in January 2000. Dancers have come to Ad Deum from around the world seeking to be connected with a community of artists that share a common vision and desire.

Randy, who holds the distinction of being the "first Turning Pointer," gave his life to Jesus in 1981 after Doug Stringer allowed Randy to use his exercise studio for his dance group's rehearsals. Recognized nationally and internationally, Randy founded Ad Deum with the mission to create and perform excellent and vital works of dance that serve to wash over the heart and soul of humanity with relevant meaning and redemptive hope. In 15 years, Randy says, that mission has never changed.

Ad Deum has toured across the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia. Their work has been featured in Dance Spirit and Dance Magazine and they have received outstanding reviews of their performances worldwide. For more information, visit

Join Us In Prayer!

Two more statewide prayer events are on the TPMI/Somebody Cares calendar: North Carolina will be the site of the next RESPONSE prayer gathering on Saturday, September 26, at the Charlotte Convention Center, and Orlando will host The Response: Florida on Saturday, October 24. Pat McCrory and Rick Scott are the fourth and fifth governors to invite THE RESPONSE team to organize a day of prayer, worship, and fasted-ness on behalf of his state and the nation. Previous events have been held in Texas, Louisiana, and South Carolina.

Doug Stringer and Rick Torrison are mobilizing the leadership team and meeting with local leaders from both states. THE RESPONSE is committed to intentionally crossing racial, generational, and denominational lines to lift up the name of Jesus. "We emphasize that there are no preachers pontificating and no political agendas," Doug says.

Each event is divided into five areas of focus: Repentance (corporate and personal); Reconciliation (racial and generational);  Revival; Reformation; and Refreshing. For details and to register, click here

"Houston shall be saved!" reverberated throughout the BBVA Compass Stadium.

As Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke made this declaration, hearts of believers were stirred with confidence. Through intercession and intervention, the Church of Houston continues mobilizing to reach her city. What began in homes and houses of worship decades and even generations ago continues today.

The Bonnke team came to invest in and serve the city at their own expense, and what a blessing they were. With fresh vigor and vision, the Bonnke Crusade, held at the BBVA Compass Stadium February 20-21, 2015, has spurred the Body of Christ in Houston to reach out even more.

Doug Stringer, recognized for his years of investment in the city, was asked to serve as local chairman of the Crusade Committee. Leading up to the crusade, 400 churches encouraged participation as four citywide prayer gatherings were held throughout the Greater Houston area. Believers from across the city joined together in prayer. Trans-generational, multi-ethnic, and multi-denominational, the Church worshipped and cried out together for souls.

Doug also felt inclined to call the Body together in December 2014 for "21 Days of An Appeal to Heaven for an Awakening" (see The Lion of Lyons Avenue for one of many highlights from this initiative). Churches across the Greater Houston area as well as believers in other cities and countries joined in agreement. Various churches held subsequent 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting in January 2015. There was a stirring before and in anticipation of the Crusade.

When the time arrived, more than 27,000 men, women, and children gathered those two nights, in spite of rain and threatening storms, and over 2,700 people gave their lives to Christ! Rededications and testimonies of healing attest to the restoring hand of God in hearts and lives. Yes, there is a harvest, and it's continuing.

Many recognized that the Crusade served as a renewed catalyst for the Church in Houston to unite in prayer and in reaching the city. Collaborative cross-denominational prayer networks and evangelistic networks are now strategizing together.

"It's beautiful to see how the Body is coming together to pray and reach out. This kind of unity is one fruit from the crusade," shared Stephanie Vigers. She and her husband, Pastor Donnell Vigers, were instrumental in presenting the opportunity for the Bonnke Crusade to the city's pastors and ministry leaders. They are also encouraging churches across the area to participate in Celebration Sundays on the fifth Sundays during the year, with the focus on an evangelistic/salvation message as church members pray for friends and family and invite them to the service.

The momentum from the Crusade is continuing and building upon the foundations laid in Houston by many churches, ministries, and believers through the years. Ministries such as YWAM Houston, which is part of the Somebody Cares Houston network, are weekly reaching out to those in the Lower Westheimer area through Street Church, leading the lost to Christ and building on the foundation laid years ago by Turning Point and Somebody Cares in the 1980s.

Churches and ministries like these serve their communities continually. Through service at local schools, with area police and sheriff's departments to the business sector, evangelistic efforts are again increasing.

"Pray Houston" is an initiative based on 2 Chronicles 7:14 calling believers across the city--from small groups meeting in homes, lunchrooms, churches, retirement homes, wherever gathered--to pray based on this foundational scripture. Weekly, monthly, or as the group decides, the goal is to engage in prayer. This is one of several groups who are seeking the heart of God for a Spiritual Awakening.

The Prayer Team for the Bonnke Crusade coordinated by Ps. Gabi Soltau continues to meet and undergird citywide prayer and evangelism initiatives. "The team consists of leaders and pastors from around the city. Each is serving their community, and the collaborative efforts are impactful. It's an honor to serve alongside them," Gabi shared.

Reinhard Bonkke felt a strong inclination for Houston, Texas to be one of the host cities for crusades across America, and this crusade has had the largest response to date. And, as Evangelist Bonnke shared, "America shall be saved."

"Because Houston was recently named the most ethnically diverse city in America, and with the diversity of industries, what happens in Houston has global implications," Doug Stringer has stated at various gatherings across the region.

As the city continues on the journey to community transformation, impacting the various sectors of city life, we will persevere in prayer, worship, service, and sharing the Gospel. At the core is a driving belief that the Lord wants to visit not only Houston but also America again, producing a spiritual awakening that leads to salvation--one that will have rippling effects throughout the world!

The Lion of Lyons Avenue

For over three decades, Doug Stringer and his ministries have been stirring the winds for transforming revival, gathering believers from across the Greater Houston area and beyond. In the summer of 2014, the Lord spoke to Doug's heart that it was time to seek the Lord throughout the city. Calling on the relational network of Somebody Cares Houston pastors and leaders, three weeks of prayer gatherings were scheduled, consisting of 21 Days in 21 different locations, from December 1-21. Below is one of many highlights from this time...

Once known as Houston's "Bloody 5th" Ward due to violence, the area is indeed covered in crimson. The Blood of the Lamb's presence is marked through the faithful citizens and ministers who have stood the ground and the test of time. 

This community has survived the ebbs and flows from segregation to desegregation, from big industry such as Brown & Root/KBR to small business owners, and remains home for predominantly African-American, Hispanic, and immigrant populations. Housed within the 5th Ward are long-standing community-based churches, and among them is a pillar. Housed in what was formerly one of only two movie theaters where "people of color" in Houston were allowed prior to the Civil Rights movement is Latter Day Deliverance Revival Church, where Bishop Roy Lee Kossie, Jr. has been the senior pastor for over 50 years. 

Saved during an A.A. Allen meeting, Bishop Kossie and his family have persevered, endured, and withstood the test of time. While others have moved to the suburbs, Bishop Kossie and his late wife, Barbara, stayed. Choosing to serve and invest in their community, they raised their children, who are also serving the Lord and successful in the eyes of man and God. 

"From university professors, community development and media, to ministers, the Kossie family has established a legacy," Doug Stringer says. 

As we entered this House of God on December 2, 2014, for the second venue of our city-wide 21 Days of Prayer, it was as if we could hear the echoes from the balcony.

"I hear a sound," Doug said from the pulpit. "I see a great cloud of witnesses who have filled these pews and balcony seats." We could almost sense them cheering us on! It was fitting that Doug affirmed and honored Bishop Kossie and his congregation for their years of faithfulness. 

Years ago, one of Bishop Kossie's daughters, Karen Kossie-Chernyshev, had a dream in which she saw a multi-ethnic crowd coming down Lyons Avenue to the church. There was much praise and camaraderie, and they gathered in the church for a time of worship. On the platform she saw an Asian man leading the way. She did not know what to make of this but stored the dream away as a promise from the Lord. 

Later, Bishop Kossie came to know of a young minister in Houston named Doug Stringer who had a deep passion and calling to see the Body of Christ rally together to reach their city. In time, prayer gatherings and pastoral coalitions occurred, each with a common thread of "unity with a purpose."

When Doug called a diverse group of people from across the Greater Houston area to join him on December 3, 1999, at Latter Day Deliverance Revival Church for a gathering he called "Digging the Wells of Revival," he had no idea it was the fulfillment of a promise. With the ministry's worship band, known as the Coat of Many Colors, leading in song and Doug Stringer behind the pulpit, Dr. Karen realized His promise was now reality and was occurring right before her eyes! 

Now, just one day shy of 15 years after that historic evening, again Doug Stringer stood behind the pulpit, gathered with like-hearted and ethnically/denominationally diverse believers from across the Greater Houston area. The "Father of the House" sat stoically and quietly on the platform, but as Doug asked Bishop to pray, the room reverberated with strength, conviction and faith. Bishop prayed, and prayers became songs, and songs became declarations of God's mighty power and grace! 

As a symbol of honor, Doug laid at Bishop Kossie's feet to pray for him. Later he presented Bishop Kossie and the church with a flag which has become known as the "Appeal to Heaven" flag. Doug retold its history dating back to George Washington. An appeal to heaven for an awakening within the Body of Christ today is what brought Stringer, his family, and team to LDDR Church that night. 

Bishop Kossie understands the call, the charge, and the cost of Awakening. He has paid the price and led thousands to Christ. A leader of leaders, he provides oversight to ministers and tens of thousands who journey with him across the world. Though you may not hear his name on the evening news, his impact is known in the Kingdom

Truly Lyons Avenue has One continually watching out for her people. There is a sense that the Lion of the Tribe of Judah has made Himself right at home. He has found a people hungry for His presence and resolute in their stand for Him. And even greater things are yet to come!