September 2014


Heart to Heart September 2014

08 wof pic1Rejoice No Matter What

// Kenneth W. Hagin

Our circumstances are constantly changing. As we are caught in these changes, it can be easy to get in fear rather than faith. But it doesn't matter how bad things get—God is still God. He does not change (Mal. 3:6). Even when things get tough, He's still on the throne. And that's why we need to rejoice in spite of what we're going through.

Habakkuk 3:18 (NIV) says, "Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior." Verse 19 in The Message translation says, "Counting on God's Rule to prevail, I take heart and gain strength."


Where's Your focus

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// Kenneth W. Hagin

At times we all face seemingly impossible situations and we don't know how things can be turned around. But in the life of Abraham, we can see how his faith made the impossible possible. As we follow his example, we can use our faith to move any mountain we face.

Abraham was old when God promised to make him into a great nation. At that time it seemed impossible that his wife,
Sarah, could have a child. But 15 to 25 years later, she bore their son, Isaac. Scripture tells us that Abraham never once doubted God during that time.



No Time To Retire




After 35 years in ministry, 74-year-old Kathie Fleming is still going strong. "I've come to the decision," she says, "that I'm not going to retire. I feel so good. I believe the life of God is so big in us that it keeps us young!"

Traveling 45,000 miles a year wasn't something Kathie planned on doing after graduating from Rhema Bible Training College in 1979 with her husband, Dave. The Flemings first worked in local churches. In 1981, when an opportunity to pioneer a church in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, opened up, they jumped on it.

However, eight short years after the church started, Dave was diagnosed with advanced renal cell carcinoma. Kathie's world was suddenly rocked when a few weeks later, he died.


Latin America 2014



LATIN AMERICA. From the towering Andes mountain range to the winding Amazon River, it is an area teeming with history and rich cultural traditions. But it is also an area filled with people. These people are the reason that Rhema Bible Training College campuses are strategically placed across the region.

At the end of May, Kenneth and Lynette Hagin visited Rhema campuses across Latin America. They stopped in Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. In 14 days, they traveled 12,441 air miles, spent 30 hours in the aircraft, crossed three time zones, underwent 13 customs inspections, and ministered around 17 times. Here are some of the exciting things that happened in each location. (Rhema is truly exploding around the world!)


Life is NOT a Box of Chocolates

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MY WIFE AND I have triplets—three boys who just turned 14. So pray for us. They are great young men. They just love to eat. We literally have to hide food. Recently my sons discovered the movie Forrest Gump. I happened to walk into the room where they were watching it just as Forrest's mother said to him, "Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get." I couldn't help myself. I quickly said, "Pause it!" And then I told them,