Living Faith Crusade planned March 7-9
Kenneth and Lynette Hagin of Living Faith Crusade will be the speakers for special meetings March 7 through 9 at Cleveland Christian Fellowship.
The meetings will be held at 7 p.m. March 7, 8 and 9 and at 10:30 a.m. on March 8 and 9.
Kenneth Hagin is president of Kenneth Hagin Ministries and pastor of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Okla., with an extension campus in Oklahoma City.
Hagin’s ministry spans more than 50 years. He began preparing for his call to minister at Southwestern Assemblies of God University and graduated from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla. He has an honorary doctorate of divinity degree from Faith Theological Seminary in Tampa, Fla.
He began as an associate pastor and traveling evangelist. He later organized and developed Rhema Bible Training Colleges in Broken Arrow and other countries around the globe.
He is also international director of Rhema Ministerial Association International.
He hosts “A Call to Arms Men’s Conference”; co-hosts the “Rhema Praise” weekly TV program with wife, Lynette; and “Rhema For Today,” a weekday radio program.
Hagin said he expanded his speaking schedule “to fulfill the urgent call of God to prepare the church for a deeper experience of His presence.” His messages reveal “key spiritual truths about faith, healing and other vital subjects.”
Lynette Hagin is an author, teacher and conference speaker and host. She is director of Rhema Bible Training College and general manager of Kenneth Hagin Ministries. She is ordained through Rhema Ministerial Association International.
She said she is “committed to helping people succeed in life by sharing a life-changing, powerful message — ‘You can make it.’”
Cleveland Christian Fellowship is located at 695 South Ocoee St.
The Rev. Mark Strickland, senior pastor at Cleveland Christian, invites the public to participate in this Living Faith Crusade.
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