Wow! What a Week!

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Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2016 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma—The Rhema family from across the U.S. and around the world came home February 14-19. What a glorious time of fellowship, refreshing, and impartation!

During the 8:30 and 9:30 morning sessions, directors and key team members of Rhema USA and international campuses preached. Every morning at 10:30, Lynette Hagin taught the congregation on prayer before leading them in times of powerful prayer for breakthrough and their nations. Each evening Kenneth W. Hagin finished out the day with timely messages on remembering the power of God's Word and understanding the day we live in.


3 Steps to a Closer Walk with God in the New Year


Walk Closer With God in New Year

The word sanctification means a dedication to seeking God and becoming more Christ-like while turning away from sin and a world-centered lifestyle. Sanctification is the process of pursuing God and becoming more like Jesus.

Here are 3 steps to help believers maintain the process of sanctification.

1. Put God's Word in Your Heart

Begin the sanctification process by putting God’s Word in your heart. Read it, believe it, study it, memorize it, think on it, and obey it. Start by establishing a time of daily Bible reading. Some Bibles provide a schedule to help you read through God’s Word in a year.

Prior to each reading, ask God to give you insight into His Word and thank Him in faith for doing so. Write down scriptures that the Holy Spirit quickens to you.


A Call to Arms 2015: Putting Our Minds in Gear

CTA Article Pcture2Men 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.

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What You Lookin' At?

DEC Pic 2Have you ever looked around and thought, "Where's the peace that God promised? Where's my joy? Where's the hope of better things to come?"

//Kenneth W. Hagin

If you've seen the movie It's a Wonderful Life, you probably remember the scene where George Bailey's guardian angel asks his angel superior about George. "Is he sick?" he questioned. His superior answered, "No, worse. He's discouraged."

We laugh at this, but discouragement comes to all of us. Why does it come? It's because we've been looking at the wrong thing!

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Kindle the Flame 2015: Gearing Up for the Future

KTF Article 2Kindle the Flame is not your average women's conference. And the ladies who attend aren't average either. They come expecting to hear from God. They come expecting to receive His direction for their future. As ladies kept their expectation high this year, they got what they came for.

Throughout the three-day conference, ladies learned how to overcome every situation of life by taking baby steps with God. They discovered that peace should be the very foundation of all that they do. Women were also encouraged to love themselves, to see themselves the way God sees them. They learned to drink deeply of the rivers of God in order to move into His plans and purposes for their lives. And they took their places as members of God's special forces, armed with the Word, prayer, and Holy Ghost power. As Lynette Hagin told the ladies, "We are here on this earth for such a time as this! It's time for us to gear up."

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