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Campmeeting 2017

Campmeeting Kenneth Hagin MinistriesKeeping Our Appointment with God 

From the very first night of Campmeeting, expectations were high and hearts were ready to receive. Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin set the tone for the week, sharing about keeping our appointment with God. When we make time for just us and God, He strengthens us and helps us be a better witness for Him when we go out into our world.

The overall theme for Campmeeting was the importance of staying with the Word of God and the move of the Spirit. Teaching was rich, and people were refreshed as each speaker flowed with the Holy Spirit.

Speaker Highlights:

"If you're going to move with the glory of God, you're going to have to do what's necessary." —Kenneth W. Hagin

"Indifference is an enemy of your faith. Just because God settled it in heaven, doesn't mean it's settled in my mind." —Charles Cowan

"The Holy Spirit is our advocate. An advocate is a person who is fighting for you." —Denise Hagin Burns

"Do you know how short your New Testament would be if Paul gave up in Acts 16?" —Craig Hagin

"Many have trouble letting God be good to us on the level he wants to be good to us." —Phillip Slaughter

"We can't just understand the Bible with our minds. We have to receive it into our hearts." —David Shearin

"Every religion offers lessons... but Jesus gives us life!" —Mark Hankins

 

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Mark your calendar for next year July 22-27, 2018 for Campmeeting! 

 

 

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A Vacation for the Entire Family!

Article CM 2Campmeeting – July 23-28th, 2017 

Need a vacation? Campmeeting is the best place to be refreshed and receive divine direction for your life!

Every July, Kenneth Hagin Ministries hosts this glorious 6 day event, filled with powerful praise and worship, dynamic speakers, and life-changing impartations. The morning, afternoon, and night services will leave you fueled up and ready to go!

The youth have their own special conference called Summer Blitz. This year, the youth get to enjoy services in the new youth facility! For the 1st-5th graders, Rhema Kids has its own fun-filled meetings during the morning and night services.

Campmeeting starts on Sunday, July 23, at 6:00 PM. Check out rhema.org/cm for all the details.

Also, you can share your Campmeeting photos and speaker quotes on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag, #RhemaCM. We enjoy seeing your posts!

Even if you can't join us in person, you can still be a part! Watch live at rhema.tv.
We hope to see you there!

 

 

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The Value of a Faith-Filled Mother

Article Mothers Day

by Kenneth W. Hagin

“From my mother I learned the value of prayer, how to have dreams and believe I could make them come true” –Ronald Reagan

Thank God for mothers! A mother's faith can produce a godly legacy that affects generations to come.

There are two aspects to a mother's faith. First, she believes what God said in His Word. And, second, she believes in her children. Our mothers believe in us even when we don't believe in ourselves.

My mom used to tell me, "Ken, it doesn't matter what anyone else says. I believe in you, and with God's help, you can do whatever you want to do!" I wouldn't be preaching today if it weren't for my mother.

Mothers have the privilege of bringing new life into the world, but they are also uniquely equipped to nurture and help a child grow. A mother's influence on her children is far greater than even she may realize.

If you are a mother and you are wondering if your good example has taught your children anything, I want to assure you that it has. I want to encourage you to keep up the good work. Your faith is more powerful than you think!

A mother's faith can propel children to do things they never thought possible. A mother's faith in her child can cause him to succeed where he would otherwise fail. That is why it is so important for moms to believe in their children and speak positive, faith-filled words over them.

Did you know that if it had not been for a mother, we may not have electric lights today! When Thomas Edison was a young boy, his teacher sent him home with a note that said, "Your child is dumb; we can't do anything for him."

Mrs. Edison wrote back, "You do not understand my boy. I will teach him myself."

She did—and the results were world-changing!

Where would we be without the love, prayers, and support of our mothers? Let's thank God for them today!

 


 

Book Oretha Hagin

Check out this book, The Price Is Not Greater Than God's Grace, from Kenneth W. Hagin's own mother, Oretha Hagin.

 

 

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Achieve Your God-Given Potential and Increase in Every Area of Life

providedfor// Kenneth W. Hagin

God is a big God. Nothing happening in the world can stop Him from blessing His children. He does not depend upon natural circumstances in order to bless us.

Our Heavenly Father moves in the supernatural realm! He can use anything He wants to in order to bring us a financial blessing. But we must learn to praise Him instead of looking to other things as our source. God alone is our Source. And I believe if we would praise Him out of a relationship of trust, He could change our financial situations. He could make the earth yield an increase for us—no matter what is going on economically in the world.

You see, if we're not careful, we will get caught up speaking negative words that can work against us.

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Share the Gospel as a Rhema Word Partner

Rhema Word Partners“We’re in this thing together!” –Denise Hagin Burns

How Word Partner Club is Making an Impact

• Keeping the base strong.

• Providing 70% of RBTC student's tuition.

• Spreading the Gospel around the world.

These are just a few of the things that Word Partners do.

As they gathered for a Meet and Greet during Winter Bible Seminar, Partners were encouraged by the Hagin family to continue sowing in prayer and finances. "There's no way we could accomplish what we do without you," Pastor Hagin shared.

A few current students and Alumni shared what Rhema meant to them. Nakia Maplethorpe, a 2nd year student, was healed from asthma when she was in a meeting with a Rhema grad. She is so grateful for Rhema's impact on her life. "You're not just sowing money; you're sowing into peoples' souls," she emphasized.

Partners were uplifted as they enjoyed testimonies, fellowship, and refreshments, knowing that they have a vital role in fulfilling God's end time plan. We are so thankful for our Word Partner Club members!

Interested in learning more or joining the Word Partner Club? Click here.