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Who’s Your Daddy Now addresses the key issue of our time—The effects of fatherlessness on our culture. Doug Stringer writes eloquently about how the alarming rate of divorce, abandonment, rejection, pregnancy, abortion, alcohol, and drugs can typically be traced to a broken relationship with a father. This powerful book illustrates the heart of God and gives the reader a clear path to the affirmation, acceptance, and approval of a father. Doug draws from his own struggle with fatherlessness and the struggles of ...
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Overview

Who’s Your Daddy Now addresses the key issue of our time—The effects of fatherlessness on our culture. Doug Stringer writes eloquently about how the alarming rate of divorce, abandonment, rejection, pregnancy, abortion, alcohol, and drugs can typically be traced to a broken relationship with a father. This powerful book illustrates the heart of God and gives the reader a clear path to the affirmation, acceptance, and approval of a father. Doug draws from his own struggle with fatherlessness and the struggles of others to offer insight into the power of God. These stories of overcoming the fatherless experience make this book impossible to put down. Topics included in this book

The answer to the problem of fatherlessness in our nation
The importance of spiritual fathers in the church
How to be a spiritual father
How to find a spiritual father
God’s heart for reconciliation between generations
The power unleashed when generations work together
How to overcome broken trust and learn to trust again
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014172851
  • Publisher: Gatekeeper Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 330
  • File size: 167 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. J. Doug Stringer is founder and president of Turning Point Ministries International, which birthed an international movement known as Somebody Cares, a network of organizations impacting their communities through unified grassroots efforts. Doug began identifying community needs through his work in the inner-city of Houston, Texas in 1981. The collaborative network has grown rapidly and now impacts cities around the world.

A licensed pastoral counselor and ordained minister, Doug holds a Ph.D. in leadership and human development from Logos University, along with a pastoral certificate in practical ministry from Regent University. He is recognized for his contributions in both secular and sacred arenas. Doug received congressional recognition for the work of Somebody Cares in 2001 and the Barbara Jordan Leadership Award in 1995. He has served with the Houston area Council on Gangs and as a Community Relations Consultant for Houston Police Department’s Community Outreach Division and currently serves on HPD’s Youth Police Advisory Council. Doug is co-founder of Global Compassion Network (GCN), a network of worldwide compassion ministries, and serves as a board member or advisor for a variety of organizations, including: Asian Task Force, World Blessing Foundation, World Trumpet, Sentinel Group with George Otis Jr., Mission America, Mission Houston, Youth-Reach Houston, and the Governor of Texas’ One Star Foundation.

Somebody Cares has implemented several city-wide strategies now duplicated in cities across the nation, including a mentoring program for youth known as Youth Guidance Consultants. Somebody Cares also developed an anti-gang and at-risk youth intervention handbook, which has been utilized by the Houston Police Department. Back-to-school programs and benevolent aid during the holiday season known as Holiday of Hope have been integral parts of Somebody Care’s efforts. In addition, Somebody Cares initiated an awareness campaing for potential adoptive parents known as Hope in Houston. Because of the ministry’s extensive network of relationships throughout the U.S. and abroad, Somebody Cares emerged in 2005 as a leader in “rapid response” to disaster relief, beginning with the tsunami in Southeast Asia and continuing with Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
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