The Wednesday-through-Friday services at Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming provided a strong ending to a great week. Wednesday evening, Tad Gregurich, Dean of Rhema Bible Training College, began the service by inviting Dr. Steve Anderson of Transworld Accrediting Commission International to the platform. Dr. Anderson presented Kenneth and Lynette Hagin with a plaque honoring them for 40 years of excellence at the school.
In his Wednesday night message, Kenneth W. Hagin focused on another of Rhema's foundational values: possibility faith. Thursday night after a moving Parade of Nations ceremony he spoke about the global network the Rhema family has become.
In the 10:30 a.m. sessions Wednesday through Friday, Lynette Hagin continued her Heaven on Earth series. She shared on how to hear God's voice clearly. And she explained that as we listen to Him, we'll find our places in Christ's Body.
Those attending also heard uplifting, challenging messages from directors and key team members of Rhema international campuses. During those 8:30 and 9:30 morning sessions, the speakers' points dovetailed as they taught on faith, the importance of staying connected, and finding your place in the end-time harvest.
Friday night Craig W. Hagin closed out Winter Bible Seminar 2014 with a powerful healing service. He taught those present how to receive healing, then laid hands on the many who came forward.
You can watch archived WBS services online at vimeo.com/rhema/channels. Just click on Winter Bible Seminar 2014. Or you can purchase CDs, DVDs, or MP3s of the messages at Rhema.org/store. Under Events, click on Winter Bible Seminar 2014.