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Get an Inside Look at RBTC During Campmeeting and Save!

RBTC Students Enjoy "Day of the Eagle" Spring CelebrationYou're Invited!

Are you planning on coming to Campmeeting 2014? If so, we want to meet you! Be sure to stop by the Rhema Bible Training College booths located in the RCA north and west lobbies. We'd love to hear your goals and talk to you about how RBTC can help you fulfill God's purpose for your life.

If you'd like to get an inside look at RBTC, set aside time on Wednesday, July 23, for an informational meeting. You'll learn more about the school and local community, as well as receive practical tips on moving to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Join us in the RBC Chapel immediately following the morning service.

During the week of Campmeeting, we're lowering the RBTC application fee.

RBTC Celebrates 40 Years

05 Main StoryExpanding Worldwide by Teaching the Word of Faith

"Go teach My people faith." This was the mandate God gave Kenneth E. Hagin and that his family is carrying on. Rev. Hagin often cried out to the Lord, "How can we get this message out?" The answer came during Campmeeting 1973 when the Lord supernaturally revealed to him that it was time to start a Bible school. Not having any formal Bible school training himself, Rev. Hagin told his son, Kenneth W. Hagin, "You do it." So in 1974 with a pad, pencil, his Bible, and his college handbook, the younger Hagin sat down to write the curriculum for Rhema Bible Training College. Classes began that fall, and 58 students graduated in the spring of 1975.

Today the scope of Rhema has grown exponentially. RBTC has more than 28,000 USA graduates and more than 66,000 graduates worldwide. And there are 183 Rhema campuses in 46 nations across the globe. On May 16, 2014, more than 400 Rhema USA students graduated as part of Rhema's 40th class. Along with their diplomas, they received their runner's batons. These symbolize that it's their time to run their race and carry on the mandate God gave to Kenneth E. Hagin years ago.