Register Now or at the Door and Enjoy a Supernatural Weekend
As RBTC welcomes our new fall enrollment students on campus, we look forward to our prospective students visiting in October. For three days at Rhema Bible Training College, Fall 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 October 23-25 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.
Rhema USA School of World Missions students finish their studies each year with a one-month internship somewhere in the world. Typically, each student goes to a different country to help share the Good News. This year the Lord led the school's program director, Joe Duininck, to send all 22 students to Panama's Darien Jungle to minister God's power and love to those living in darkness.
Rhema graduates Dennis and Jeanne Cook have established and built a ministry in the Darien to share God's life and light with the Chocó Indians. Working with the Cooks, the Rhema students experienced missions work first-hand.
During the day, the students helped with construction work at the Cooks' compound. In the evening, they ministered in churches and saw the Lord perform many miracles.
At one church, several missions students were warned that three teenage boys there were known as thieves. The students were told to keep an eye on their personal belongings. Filled with compassion, several students decided to go talk with the rebellious boys and tell them about Jesus.