Lynette Hagin's Kindle the Flame Women's Conference 2023

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Lynette Hagin's Kindle the Flame Women's Conference is one of a kind! This unique conference draws women from around the world. For three days, ladies enjoy powerful worship, inspirational messages from guest speakers, a time of prayer and connection with God, and plenty of fun and fellowship. The conference includes general ministry and Heart to Heart sessions.

For more details, visit rhema.org/ktf or call 1-866-312-0972. Early bird registration is only $50 and ends September 20. Regular registration begins September 21 and is $55.


We look forward to seeing you!


"I enjoyed everything about KTF. . . By the end of the conference, my cup was overflowing. I felt refreshed and so hungry for more." // Norma


Join us for the 50th year of Kenneth Hagin Ministries' Campmeeting! Expect to be refreshed in an atmosphere of faith during this powerful week of preaching, worship, and fellowship. Get ready to celebrate as we look back and rejoice over what God has done over the past 50 years at Campmeeting.

The first service begins Sunday, July 24, at 6 p.m. in the Rhema Bible Church Auditorium. Services continue Monday through Friday at 10 a.m., 2:30, and 7:30 p.m. Children's ministry is available for infants through 5th graders during the evening sessions only. Summer Blitz, a fun, life-changing week of worship and ministry for 6th through 12th graders, starts Monday, July 25 at 10 a.m. and continues through Friday. Service times are 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Sessions will also be livestreamed on YouTubeFacebookrhema.tv, and the Rhema USA appBe sure to watch for event updates on FacebookInstagram, and TwitterFor event details, trip planning information, or to register, visit rhema.org/cm or call 1-866-312-0972. Registration is free and open to everyone!

We look forward to seeing you!


We Remember . . .

We Remember . . .//Kenneth W. Hagin

Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. For many people, Memorial Day is just another day off. But for those who have lost loved ones in military action, it's a whole lot more. As our patriotic duty, every American should honor those who have spilled their blood to make America free and strong. Because men and women have died, we have the right today to preach the Word of God freely, to live at peace in our homes, and to pursue peace, prosperity, and happiness. Thank God for those who served and sacrificed to make us free!


Employment Application

Thank you for your interest in employment at Kenneth Hagin Ministries.

The application is in Digital Paper format. To view the application form, you will need to download the Adobe Acrobat plug-in if you do not already have it. Click here to access the Application.  Once the application is completed you can email it to Rhema-HR@Rhema.org.

You may also print the application, fill it out, and send it to:

Rhema Bible Church
a.k.a Kenneth Hagin Ministries
P.O. Box 50126
Tulsa, OK 74150-0126

*Note: Applications are kept on file for one year. If you have already applied and want to be considered for an additional position(s), email your name, telephone # and the additional position(s) you are interested in to Rhema-HR@Rhema.org. You do not need to complete a new application. 



A Christmas Wish: From Stressed to Blessed (2)

WOF 12 12 Pic1// Kenneth W. Hagin

Stress is something we have to deal with continually. Actually, this time of year there seems to be more stress on people. But God wants to help us with our stress!


A Call to Arms 2022: Destined To Win

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A Call to Arms 2022: Destined To Win

On November 34, hundreds of men from different walks of life gathered on the Rhema USA campus to be encouraged and inspired to live to their full potential in God. Speakers at A Call to Arms 2022 spoke from their hearts as they ministered on issues men face every day.

Kenneth W. Hagin's opening message, "Destined To Win," addressed a winner's attitude in life. Through a stirring retelling of David and Goliath, men were motivated to see themselves the way God sees them—as winners. When the call for prayer was given, many went forward.

The next day, the men were charged to see themselves as the kings God created them to be. The young adults were taught that prayer determines the outcome of our lives. Craig W. Hagin gave the final charge, encouraging men to act like winners. No matter what is going on in the world, the Greater One lives in us, and He has already given us the victory. Kenneth W. Hagin closed the conference with communion.

Make plans now to attend A Call to Arms 2023 on November 2-3!

Speaker Highlights

"How do you see yourself? Do you see yourself like God sees you? God does not see a weak person. He sees a strong person, a smart person, a talented person. Winning begins by seeing yourself correctly, by seeing yourself as a winner. There are buildings to be built, books to be written, and songs to be sung. In every area of life, God has destined every one of us to win." // Kenneth W. Hagin

"The Bible says you have already won because the dead-raising Spirit of the Living God lives inside you. You have the answer to every problem before you get to the problem. So you need to act like you walk with Jesus. Everywhere you step, He's always with you, causing you to triumph in every situation. But it's up to you to act like it." // Craig W. Hagin

"If we are going to lead, we must first learn how to follow. The first characteristic of a godly man is submission. It is actually the place where we find our purpose. Adam fell into sin because he failed to submit to God. We all have places where we want to run our own lives. It takes courage to submit completely to God." // Mark Bintliff

"God intended us to get our thoughts from His Word. If you imagine something without casting it down, it will become a stronghold in your life and affect your future. The degree to which your life is healthy is how you manage your thoughts." // Wyatt Brown

"People are focused on unessential things rather than the vision God has laid out for them. A lot of times we get focused on provision more than we do vision. We say, 'If we have this, then we can. What's in your hands? What did Moses have? He had a stick. Dorcas had a needle!' " // Josh Gresham

"Real men dominate! We don't run away from challenges, we run toward them! You are God's best! He picked His best for the last hour. You are an agent of change. He has given you power, dominion, and authority, and you are here to win the race!" // Roddy Shaffer

"The battle is what causes the greatest victories. It's the process of going through difficult times that causes a resolve in us. We want the mountaintop experience, but fruit is produced in the valley. And fruit is what sustains us through hard times and difficult things." // Jesse Tricola