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Raising a Strong Family

NewsPic OrethaArticle//Oretha Hagin

When the Lord told Kenneth to begin traveling in ministry, we decided that I would stay home and provide a proper home atmosphere for our children. Raising children is a calling in itself. And there are many challenges involved.

I had to be both mother and father while my husband was gone. I kept the children in school and provided them with a good home. I also made sure they had a good church family.


Talk to Me

Talk pic//Lynette Hagin

One thing that can cause a lot of problems in marriages is lack of communication. People have different personalities and ways of communicating. Some people are loud. Others are quiet. If a loud person gets hooked up with a quiet person, it's easy for conflict to start brewing.

Some families are just loud. Everything they do is loud. They talk loud. They have fun loud. And they fight loud. Other families are so quiet you could hear a pin drop in their homes.


Never Too Young to Know God!

Never Too Young to Know GodWith Denise Burns

Considering her contagious passion for ministering to children, one would never guess that Rev. Denise Burns once had other plans in life. “I wanted to study fashion merchandising. I always liked children, but I never considered pursuing children’s ministry,” said Rev. Burns, children’s minister of RHEMA Bible Church.


The Three ‘Cs’ of Fatherhood

Three C's of FatherhoodBy Kenneth W. Hagin

In First Chronicles chapter 28, David gave some final words of advice to his son, Solomon, “Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord God, my God, is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you until all the work for the service of the temple of the Lord is finished” (v. 20).


Remain Thankful on Thanksgiving


ThanksgivingThe best Thanksgiving season is filled with words of encouragement, words of thankfulness, and words of kindness.

by Lynette Hagin

This month, the United States of America celebrates a holiday which almost no other nation observes—Thanksgiving Day. Originally, it was a time set aside by our forefathers to give thanks to God for bringing them through a critical year. Today, Thanksgiving means different things to different people. 


Do’s and Don’ts

Do's and Don'tsEphesians 6:4 instructs, “Do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” Here are some pointers to help.


Instructing Your Children in the Ways of God

Instructing Your Children in the Ways of GodBy Kenneth W. Hagin

A home is not only a place where a family lives; but it is also a training center, with the parents as the primary instructors. If you don’t teach your children about God and His value system, most likely they won’t follow after Him and His ways. But before any effective instruction can be given, a solid relationship must be developed between you and your children.


Train Up Your Child

Train Up Your ChildBy Lynette Hagin

Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” How do you train a child? By establishing a relationship with the child. Unfortunately, we are living in a society today in which parents allow everyone else to train their children.


A Mother’s Faith

A Mother's FaithBy Kenneth W. Hagin

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed Mother’s Day a national holiday to be held on the second Sunday of May. Read what other U.S. presidents have said about their mothers.


A Father’s Heart

A Father's HeartBy Kenneth W. Hagin

Luke 15:11–24 tells the story of what is known as the prodigal son. It is a story of a selfish, rebellious young man who acted in disobedience toward his father. Most Christians have heard a lot of teaching on the prodigal son but I want to talk about the father in this familiar passage. I want to look at his heart, his attitude and actions toward his son.  


Loving Your Spouse

WeddingBy Rev. Lynette Hagin

It seems that with our busy schedules in this day and age, the home and family have become grossly neglected. We are often so busy providing for our children and giving them life opportunities that we fail to realize that the greatest gift we can provide for them as parents is to truly love each other and to express that love for one another.