Tramp, Tramp, Tramp: The Sound of Beautiful Feet
"How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, 'Your God reigns!' "
--Isaiah 52:7 (NIV)
"Who are these? Yea, they are those chosen of the Lord, called of God, equipped by His Spirit. . . . They are those with the story of redemption, the story of freedom, the story of the Glory of God."
--Kenneth E. Hagin, Prophecy, 1979
On May 20th Rhema Bible Training College USA will send out more beautiful feet to proclaim the wonderful Good News of Jesus Christ to a lost and hurting world. The commencement ceremony celebrates the school's 42nd graduating class coined “The Year of the Dreamers”.
Excited men and women will receive not only their diplomas but also a relay runner's baton, which signifies that it is now their turn to carry the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the earth.
The ceremony will be held at Cox Center, 100 Civic Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma at 7:00 p.m. CST, Friday, May 20th. Rev. Dean Hawk will be delivering the charge to the graduates this year. Hawk is a 1981 graduate of RBTC, former RBTC instructor, former Rhema Youth Pastor and now Senior Pastor of Rock Family Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The service will be streaming live at: www.rhema.tv.
The faithful prayers and gifts of friends and Rhema Word Partners, enable Rhema USA to continue training end-time harvest laborers (Luke 10:2). The prophetic words that Kenneth E. Hagin, founder of the school, spoke over 30 years ago are being fulfilled.
In every corner of the earth, the Good News is changing lives and the sun never sets without a Rhema graduate preaching the Gospel. Learn more about where our graduates are now.
The Hawaiian Islands are a popular vacation destination. Beautiful beaches--some sugary white and others charcoal black. Breathtaking ocean views of crashing waves. An easygoing, laid-back lifestyle. After visiting this island paradise, some people dream of making it their future address.
Kalani Pua never dreamed of leaving. He was raised in the country on the northern side of the Big Island and while growing up often fished in the ocean. Hawaii was his home for 46 years. Leaving to go to the mainland never entered his mind.
Kalani's cousins, Georgia and Stephen, were different. They'd leave every year to attend Winter Bible Seminar in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When they'd get back, they could hardly contain their excitement as they'd tell Kalani and his wife, Eliza, everything that happened--how God moved in the services and how rich each Bible message was.
The Puas listened to Georgia and Stephen's experiences for several years and watched many DVDs of past Winter Bible Seminars. So in 2014 when they were finally able to attend the meetings, they were excited. What an amazing week! Eliza walked in awe around the Rhema Bible Church auditorium. "Wow," she thought. "I'm actually standing in the place where . . . I have so longed to be."