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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked QuestionsDo you have questions about Winter Bible Seminar: What should I bring? How should I dress?

Q. What is Winter Bible Seminar?
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Winter Bible Seminar is a week long seminar on the Rhema campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. It runs in conjunction with Homecoming for Rhema Bible Training College graduates from around the world. The event kicks off Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. For the remainder of the week there are three morning sessions (8:30, 9:30 & 10:30) and one evening session (7:00) Monday through Friday.




Q. Why should I attend Winter Bible Seminar?
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Winter Bible Seminar is a time where many people receive direction from God. During the 8:30 and 9:30 morning sessions, RBTC instructors teach the Word. At the 10:30 services, Rev. Lynette Hagin ministers, and at the 7:00 p.m. service, Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin shares powerful messages straight from his heart.


Q. Where is Winter Bible Seminar conducted?
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Winter Bible Seminar is held on the Rhema USA campus in Broken Arrow, OK, which is a suburb of Tulsa in northeastern Oklahoma. On campus, sessions are conducted at Rhema Bible Church (RBC). RBC is the large building with the red roof and the revolving, lighted faith shield atop it.


Q. When should I arrive on campus?
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On-site registration begins Sunday prior to the event, at Rhema Bible Church. The first service is at 6:00 p.m. although we invite you to attend Sunday morning service at Rhema Bible Church with us. School of the Bible starts at 9:00 a.m. with Sunday morning worship beginning at 10:00 a.m.


Q. What personal material should I bring with me?
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We recommend you bring your Bible, a notepad, and pen. You may also want to bring a camera for use outside of ministry sessions.


Q. How much does the event cost?
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Winter Bible Seminar is free-of-charge!


Q. Are there children’s and youth services?
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There are services for newborn to elementary-aged children (5th grade) during the evening services only. Youth services will be held Monday night through Wednesday night. Thursday night the youth will attend maing service for Rhema Day. Friday night is Winter Blitz Bash.


Q. How do I preregister?
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To register or obtain more information, call (918) 258-1588, ext. 2238. Online registration will be available closer to event date.


Q. How do I get to Broken Arrow and Rhema and what about accommodations?
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Click here for hotel accommodations and click here for maps of the area and campus. Designated hotels and motels offer special rates for event participants. Ask for the “Rhema Rate.”


Q. Is there a dress code?
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No, there is no dress code. You can come as you are. Typically attendees wear casual clothes in the morning services and dress up more for the evening services.


Q. Is the church handicap accessible?
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Yes. There is plenty of reserved parking around each building on campus, including the church. The auditorium has seating available specifically for wheelchairs, handicap accessible restrooms, and elevators.


Q. Is there a nursing mother’s room?
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Yes. It is located in the northeast corner of the church.