Imagine flying at nearly 80,000 feet at three times the speed of sound in a $45 million airplane. Now imagine both engines failing at the same time and you plummeting toward the ground. Brian McCallum, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel and current Rhema Bible Training College instructor, doesn't have to imagine it. He lived it.
"It's good to be Rhema!" That sentiment echoed again and again throughout the Rhema USA campus as Rhema Bible Training College graduates gathered for RBTC Homecoming 2013, held February 18–22 in conjunction with Winter Bible Seminar.
Graduates who attended this special week got to see firsthand what Rhema is doing around the world. "Many of you gave up careers and jobs," Kenneth W. Hagin told those present. "You sold your houses, and you moved to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to attend RBTC. It was for one purpose—to be trained to go change the world. And we're doing it!"