// Rhema Missions
INSTEAD OF lounging on the beach during spring break, some Rhema Bible Training College students head to the mission field. Their goals: share Christ, get people saved, lay hands on the sick, and see God's miraculous power at work.
In March three student/alumni teams fanned out to Trujillo, Peru; Bangkok, Thailand; and a Navajo reservation in Shiprock, New Mexico.
Craig W. Hagin led the trip to Thailand, where fewer than one percent of the people are Christians. The team ministered to pastors and many refugees, among others. At a boys detention center, team members led about 180 young men to Jesus. And during a three-night crusade in a church, the owner of a nearby factory paid his workers to come for two nights.
Tad Gregurich, Dean of Rhema USA, led the Peru trip. The team ministered on the street and in churches and marketplaces. Healing miracles were the norm. After team members prayed for one young man with a tumor on his leg, the growth disappeared. Others prayed for a woman who couldn't hear out of her left ear, and the Lord restored her hearing.
Carl and Susan Hibma, employees of Kenneth Hagin Ministries, led the Navajo trip. The team of students, alumni, and Rhema Bible Church members ministered nightly at a church. Eleven adults and 10 children accepted Jesus as their Savior. Thirty-seven people reported being healed, including the bass player in the worship band and several at the hotel where the Rhema group was staying.
Each trip let team members put into practice what they'd learned in the classroom. And they could see that the Holy Spirit will work through all who make themselves available to Him.