In Search of a Father's Blessing

The Cry of a Lost Generation

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There are times when I feel like the title ‘father’ is the worst name God could have given Himself. What a stupid idea, when ‘father’ means rejection in my world.”
—From a troubled teen’s letter to Doug Stringer
 

Doug Stringer’s ministry daily saw young people struggling with drugs, alcohol, abortion, prostitution, apathy, and other issues. As God gave insight the root of the problem became clear: America is devoid of fathers, both natural and spiritual; it is an orphaned nation with broken and dysfunctional families; it is a society of individuals in search of identity.
Doug gives the reader a clear path to the affirmation, acceptance, and approval of a father by drawing from his own struggle with fatherlessness to explain:

  • The answer to the problem of fatherlessness in our nation
  • The importance of spiritual fathers in the church
  • How to be a spiritual father and find a spiritual father
  • God’s heart for reconciliation between generations
  • How to overcome broken trust and learn to trust again.

The church is only now awaking to the heart cry of a generation that has been abandoned and left to its own devices. Doug Stringer believes that God is ready to release a multi-generational anointing, calling forth churches and nations to come back to their Abba Father. 
 

About ,

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. 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. Doug’s books... Read More

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. 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. Doug’s books include In Search of a Father’s Blessing, It’s Time to Cross the Jordan, The Fatherless Generation, Somebody Cares, and Born to Die. He is published in numerous magazines and websites, including the Houston Chronicle, New Man, Charisma, Decision Magazine, National Religious Broadcasters Magazine, Christian Single, and www.crosswalk.com. As an Asian-American, Doug is considered a bridge-builder and ambassador of reconciliation among various ethnic and religious groups. From police departments and congressmen to international government officials, Doug shares a key concept: Working together, we can be more effective in our community efforts.

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