Register at the Door and Enjoy a Supernatural Weekend
For three days at Rhema Bible Training College, Spring Rhema College Weekend attendees will experience exactly what Kenneth W. Hagin often says, "The natural and the supernatural coming together make an explosive force for God." Spiritually, the prospective students will attend Rhema classes, Prayer School, a night of worship, and Rhema Bible Church. Naturally, they'll enjoy a luncheon, a campus tour, and a job and housing fair. It's sure to be a supernatural weekend for those visiting Rhema's campus on April 25-27 and one that will help them know if RBTC is the next step in God's plan for their lives.
Rhema's recruiting team has spent months preparing for the event. They're hoping prospective students will experience how RBTC can intensify their relationship with Christ, and see that training at RBTC will equip them to reach the world. Christy Wicks, the recruiting department administrator, says that this weekend is designed to give them answers.
"Believer, change your family, your marriage, your school, and your city with God's love." That was the from-the-heart message that the Jesus Culture band shared during their March 20 concert at Rhema Bible Training College Campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. During the Christian group's night of worship and preaching, hundreds filled the auditorium to sing about God's unfailing love, mercy, and goodness. Many students encountered God's presence and had their hearts touched by His love.
The RBTC Campus was Jesus Culture's ninth stop in 13 days on their 10-city tour and their first time in Broken Arrow. Singer Chris Quilala opened the night with Awaken Me, a song inviting God to touch cities and fill His people with His glory. "A new day dawning; You are shining like the sun arising. You awaken me, You awaken me," Chris sang, as blue-and-white stage lights lit up the auditorium and the crowd sang along passionately. God was awakening their hearts.