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A Call to Arms 2015: Putting Our Minds in Gear

Men of godly character aren't born; they're made. And the hundreds of men who attended the 2015 A Call to Arms Men's Conference put themselves in God's maintenance shop, expecting to leave changed for the better. The men were challenged to:

• Control their thoughts in order to live victoriously as Christians.
• Get up when life knocks them down, through the power of God within them.
• Be a godly leader by having vision and keeping that vision in front of those they lead.
• Keep their thoughts in the area of sexual desire under control.
• Maintain their health. Without it, they could lose even great wealth.
• Find one place to organize their thoughts, goals, dreams, and visions for the future.
• Remember that God sees greatness in every one of them.
• Have a great family by teaching them God's ways.

Here's a brief sample of what men heard during this powerful conference. Be sure to join us next year for A Call to Arms 2016, to be held November 3-5 on the Rhema campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.


A Call to Arms Speaker Highlights

"When your mind is properly in gear, you can survive the enemy's attacks and end up in the winner's circle. There are too many casualties among Christian men. They are losing the battle in their thought lives, and it kills any chance they have of being effective for themselves or anybody else." //Kenneth W. Hagin

"Maybe you're doing great. But there will be times when you fall down. When you hit the ground, you have two choices. You can get up. Or you can stay down. A lot of people in the world are trying to figure out how to get up. But you can just get up because the Greater One lives inside you!" //Craig W. Hagin

"Men get loud about what they're passionate about. There's a purpose in our shout. It charges the atmosphere with faith. Man up on the devil and get a shout in your voice." //Aaron Hankins

"There are three things that will help you overcome discouragement. Face the facts of life courageously, count all your blessings, and spend yourself on behalf of others." //Jeff Perry



Speakers from 2015 - Check back soon for this year's speaker schedule

KWH CTA2014Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin

  • President of Kenneth Hagin Ministries and Pastor of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, with an extension campus in Oklahoma City.
  • Has ministered for over 50 years and organized Rhema Bible Training Colleges around the world.
  • Hosts the annual A Call to Arms® Men's Conference and with his wife, Lynette, co-hosts the Rhema Praise television program and the Rhema for Today radio program. They also conduct Living Faith Crusades, spreading the message of faith and healing.
  • Seizes every opportunity to impart the attitude of "I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit."


Pastor Craig W. Hagin

  • Reaches today's generation with a fresh, practical approach to sharing biblical principles.
  • Teaches extensively on faith and ministers with a strong healing anointing.
  • Co-pastor of Rhema Bible Church Oklahoma City and Chief Operating Officer for Kenneth Hagin Ministries. He is also an author and an instructor at Rhema Bible Training College.
  • Lives in Tulsa with his wife, Mia, and their children.


Ahankins CTA2015Aaron Hankins

  • Senior Pastor of Christian Worship Center in Alexandria, LA, and Director of In Christ International Bible College.
  • Leads the Band of Brothers men's ministry at Christian Worship Center.
  • Has guided Christian Worship Center in reaching more than 18,000 homes in Alexandria with the Gospel.
  • With his wife, Errin, has three children.



JPerry2 CTA2015 Jeff Perry

  • Senior Pastor of St. Louis Family Church, which he pioneered. The congregation has about 5,000 members.
  • Founded Service International, which brings relief to people in crisis situations such as wars and natural disasters.
  • Organizes an annual missions outreach for thousands of children in Kosovo.
  • With his wife, Patsy, has four children.





DBurns CTA2015Don Burns

Mastering the Monster (Money)

  • Principal consultant and founder of the 3 Cords Group in Tulsa.
  • Has spent the last 20 years leading teams in the business and ministry world. His expertise is in marketing, communications, and business development.
  • Husband to Denise Burns, daughter of Kenneth and Lynette Hagin.

BChrstian CTA2015Bracken Christian

  • Senior pastor of Harvest Church in Lubbock, Texas, which he founded in 1992.
  • Helped influence church planting in El Salvador and Ghana, Africa.
  • Travels internationally to help inspire faith, vision, and excellence.



CDaniels CTA2015Charlie A. Daniels

  • Encourages men to rise up and be who God has called them to be.
  • Since 1980 has served pastors and commercial developers with an unwavering focus on quality craftsmanship and commitment to clients.
  • Is president and CEO of Daniels & Daniels Construction, Inc.


CGraham CTA2015Cliff Graham

  • Travels the world in a quest to win souls in places like Europe's Mediterranean coast, hostile regions of the Middle East, and Asia's most populous countries.
  • Strives to connect with and assist youth ministers and leaders.
  • Helps others pinpoint their passions and rekindle their dreams to fulfill their purpose in life.


LorenH CTA2015Loren Hirschy

  • Has a passion to help people connect with God and His plan for their lives.
  • Wants people everywhere to know God and His love.
  • Emphasizes success in marriage and family relationships.



JWeinzierl CTA2015Jerry Weinzierl

  • Noted speaker at men's meetings, marriage conferences, and leadership seminars across the U.S.
  • Reaches out to help and mentor ministers as they seek to fulfill God's plan for their lives.
  • Desires to set people free by the power of God so they can experience His love and provision in every area of life.


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