Fervent Prayers Are Reaping Results
In the 1980s Kenneth E. Hagin held prayer meetings on the Rhema Bible Training College campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. During those gatherings, Brother Hagin, Rhema students, and others from the Tulsa area prayed fervently for the Lord to send laborers into the world's unreached nations and for open doors for the Gospel.
Those prayers are still being answered today. More than 30 years later, Rhema Bible Training College has 200 campuses in 46 nations. The Gospel is reaching the unreached. RBTC graduates have taken what they've learned about God's love, their authority, and who they are in Christ and are imparting it to others. All over the world, students at these campuses are studying to change their nation with the light of the Gospel.
January 5, 1933-January 29, 2015
Lt. Col. Brian McCallum (Ret.) served 23 years in the Air Force, seeing action in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. He was one of the first pilots to fly the SR-71 Blackbird, a long-range reconnaissance plane that still holds the record as the world's fastest and highest-flying manned aircraft. Lt. Col. McCallum flew the Blackbird for the last 8 1/2 years of his military career. Prior to the SR-71, Brian flew various Air Force aircraft, including the F-86F fighter, the KC-135 aerial refueling tanker, and the EC-135 aerial command center.
Brian gave his life to the Lord in November 1964 while watching a Billy Graham television crusade. Five years later he was baptized in the Holy Spirit during a charismatic revival at his military base in California.