2011 June/July


Seed Thoughts

seedthoughts//Lynette Hagin

Have you experienced bumps in your life? I don’t think it takes any of us very long to answer a hearty, “amen” to that question. In fact, you may be thinking, Not only do I have bumps, but huge logs are in my way. Before my husband and I moved to Oklahoma to work with my in-laws, we lived in the Dallas, Texas, metroplex. We frequently traveled the road between Dallas and Oklahoma to visit my husband’s parents.


Captivating a Nation

captivating//Tim and Rhonda Rogers

It takes faith to move to a city teeming with 18 million people—a city where you don’t know even one individual and have nowhere to live. But faith is exactly what Tim and Rhonda Rogers, 1983 and 1990 RHEMA Bible Training Center graduates, relied on when they did just that in January of 1996. Carrying a few suitcases and with children ages 5, 3, and 2 in tow, they moved to Mexico City with less than $2,000 a month in promised support.


Confidently Trusting God

confidentlytrusting//Lillie and Charles Shuford

Lillie and Charles Shuford have attended Campmeeting for 20 of the past 21 years. “We plan for Campmeeting,” says Lillie. “In January when we do our calendar, we mark off the last full week of July.”


Abiding in the Vine

abideinthevine//Timeless Teachings of Kenneth E. Hagin

“If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.”
—John 15:7

We all want to get to the place in our Christian walk where we can “ask what we will and it shall be done unto us.” But before this happens, conditions must be met. We must abide in Christ and His words must abide in us.


Daniel—A Man of Prayer


//Lynette Hagin

Daniel was a mighty man of prayer. Although he was a captive in the land of Babylon, he always knelt by his window three times a day and faced toward Jerusalem as he prayed to the Lord his God. He was faithful and consistent in his prayer life. Whatever else was going on in Daniel’s life, he always took time to pray.