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Kindle the Flame 2016: Wonder Women

Article KTF 2Nearly 1,500 women from all over the world gathered in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, September 22-24 for Lynette Hagin's Kindle the Flame Women's Conference. They left the three-day meeting encouraged, strengthened, and changed.

Those at the conference learned that they can be "wonder women" when they trust in God's strength and keep the attitude of "I cannot be defeated and I will not quit!" Speakers encouraged the ladies to continue developing healthy connections with godly friends, live every moment in their God-given authority, and stay full of the Holy Ghost.

They also had a blast at the Girls Just Wanna Have Fun social. It truly was a remarkable three days! Kindle the Flame 2017 will be held September 28-30 on the Rhema USA campus in Broken Arrow.

Here's a taste of what the women experienced this year.

Kindle the Flame 2016 Speaker Highlights

"Our foundation must be established on Mark 11:22, "Have faith in God." We have to believe that God is and that He always will be. He has to be our number one priority in life." // Lynette Hagin

"You will never be able to do what God asks of you by yourself. God never gives out assignments small enough to be done without help." // Haley Schurz

"We have an amazing authority that has been given to us in Christ. We are to represent Him on the earth, and we can't do it without power." // Patsy Cameneti

"We are the glorious church; we're supposed to be full of the joy of the Lord. When our joy leaks out, so does our strength." // Brenda Thomas

"Go and bring the Good News to the prodigal sons and daughters that God is a God of restoration. Be His instrument to bring the prodigals back." // Lynette Hagin, Candlelight Prayer and Praise Service