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Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin Jr.

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Kenneth W. Hagin
Kenneth W. Hagin is President of Kenneth Hagin Ministries and Pastor of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, with an extension campus in Oklahoma City. He ministers around the world. Known for calling the Body of Christ to steadfast faith, he seizes every ministry opportunity to impart an attitude of "I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit." Rev. Hagin began preparing for his call to ministry-a ministry that now spans over 50 years-at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. He graduated from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Faith Theological Seminary in Tampa, Florida.
In his early years of ministry, Rev. Hagin was an associate pastor and traveling evangelist. Later, he went on to organize and develop Rhema Bible Training Colleges in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and in other countries around the world.
Kenneth W. Hagin's array of responsibilities also includes International Director of Rhema Ministerial Association International.
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Kenneth W. Hagin and his wife live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Many more lives are touched through Rhema Praise, a weekly television broadcast, and Rhema for Today, a weekday radio program, both of which Lynette cohosts with her husband, Kenneth.
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Meet the Pastors & Staff of Rhema Bible Church - Christian Faith - RhemaBibleChurch.com
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Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin, Senior Pastor, and Rev. Lynette Hagin
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Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin, senior pastor of Rhema Bible Church since its inception in October 1985, has been in ministry for over 50 years. On Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, he often shares his personal motto, "I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit," and tries to impart that attitude into his congregation. Pastor Hagin wants members of his church to be successful in every area of life . . . spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially.
His messages, frequently laced with Texas colloquialisms, range from practical teaching to inspirational preaching. He often ministers with a strong healing anointing, and his ministry helps lead believers into a deeper relationship with their Heavenly Father.
Kenneth W. Hagin's array of responsibilities also includes International Director of Rhema Ministerial Association International.
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The Texas-born daughter of Kenneth W. and Lynette Hagin, Denise has long had a desire to see kids have a real relationship with God.
Kenneth Hagin, the man often ...
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Kenneth Hagin, the man often referred to as the "father" of the so-called "Word-Faith" movement (WFM), died yesterday at 86 reports KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Hagin moved to Tulsa from Texas in 1966 and eventually created a religious empire based upon controversial teachings many Christians call "heresy."
The WFM teaches that Christians can essentially claim anything in the name of Jesus. This includes health and material wealth. It has often been called the "health" and "wealth" gospel and more derisively the "name it, claim it" or "blab it, grab it" doctrine.
Hagin's Rhema Bible Training Center USA founded in 1974 reportedly produced 23,000 alumni and is often cited as the wellspring of the WFM.
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Though Hagin's devoted disciple televangelist Kenneth Copeland may be his most readily identified theological proponent.
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Hagin was also a focus of controversy within Pentecostalism, which largely rejected his teachings.
Two critical books written about Kenneth Hagin denounced him as both a heretic and plagiarist; these books are A Different Gospel by D.R. McConnell and Christianity in Crisis by Hank Hanegraff
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Nevertheless Hagin delivered a popular message, telling many what they wanted to hear.
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Kenneth Hagin Jr., Executive Vice President of Kenneth Hagin Ministries runs the Tulsa mega-church started by Hagin Sr. and seems to be the shepherd of his father's legacy.
They had two children, a son ...
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They had two children, a son named Kenneth Wayne Hagin, who is presently the pastor of Rhema Bible Church and President of Kenneth Hagin Ministries, and a daughter named Patricia Harrison.
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Hagin was at this time also given full admission to the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International (FGBMFI) which had been established in 1951. He was also a part of the Voice of Healing Revival in the U.S. in the 40s and 50s together with Oral Roberts, Gordon Lindsay and T. L. Osborn.
In 1963, Kenneth E. Hagin Evangelistic Association was incorporated, and the offices of the ministry moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1966. That same year, he taught for the first time on radio - on KSKY in Dallas. In 1967, he began a regular radio broadcast that continues today as Faith Seminar of the Air. Teaching by his son, Rev. Kenneth Wayne Hagin, is also heard on the program.
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In 1974, Hagin founded RHEMA Bible Training Center USA, which now has training centers in fourteen countries and has 30,000 alumni. In 1979, he founded the Prayer and Healing Center there to provide a place for the sick to come to "have the opportunity to build their faith.
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Hagin based the belief of healing for all on the understanding that healing for the physical body was included in redemption. If redemption was available to all, then healing would also be available to all (Word of Faith magazine, 6/90; 7/92; 8/92; 12/92, Kenneth Hagin, Redeemed from Poverty, Sickness and Death and Healing Belongs to Us).
Material Wealth: It is always God's will that every believer be 'financially blessed' through faith. Although Hagin emphasized that material prosperity was a redemptive blessing, he never taught that living by faith excluded hard work and wise business practices. In his later years he wrote a book entitled, "The Midas Touch" in which he wrote sharply and correctively about the so-called prosperity gospel and many of the extreme teachings that were being circulated under this heading.
He warned the body of Christ of the dangers of greed and explained that the purpose of financial blessing is for the furtherance of the work of the gospel (Kenneth Hagin, How God Taught Me About Prosperity and The Midas Touch).
Faith and Authority: Hagin believed that the believer through his position in Christ had authority over elements of this world and elements of the satanic world.
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Faith, to Hagin, is a matter of belief in God's word which also entails a vocal expression of God's Will or confession thereof. According to Hagin, God has promised to answer believing prayer and respond positively to the believer's exercise of faith (Kenneth Hagin, I Believe in Visions, What Faith Is, Bible Faith; A Study Guide).
Salvation: Hagin claimed in several of his books that he physically died three times as a child. Each time he descended to hell but was brought back to life when a voice spoke. On the third trip to hell, Hagin claims to have asked Jesus for forgiveness and salvation. Crying, 'God! I belong to the church! I've been baptized in water' twice, to no avail, he cried out a third time. It is at that point, he claims, that he was saved and brought back to life a final time. Hagin goes on to say that his mother was praying so loud when he arrived back in his body that "traffic was lined up for two blocks on either side of our house!"
After this dramatic experience, Hagin came to believe that church membership and water baptism were not sufficient to save but rather the 'new birth worked by the power of the Holy Spirit' in response to a personal confession of faith in the Lordship and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Even though it seems that this new birth could apparently be had even after death, it is only through that he was already 'coming back to life' that he was saved. (ibid., Word of Faith magazine, 10/01, Kenneth Hagin, The New Birth; I Went to Hell).
Substitutionary Act: Hagin spoke of Jesus' death in substituionary terms. The doctrine of 'Substitution' as taught by Hagin differs widely from the same doctrine as taught by many other branches of Christianity. The normal theory of Substitutionary atonement is that the son Jesus paid our debts, previous, current and future to the Father within the Godhead.
Hagin claimed that Jesus died as the substitute for all of humanity, as do most Christians (Bible, 2 Cor 5:14-15), but also believes that Jesus suffered the torments of hell for three days and that He 'defeated the devil', stripped him of all authority and was resurrected after being 'quickened in spirit' or 'born again'. Hagin held that those who received Christ were born again and shared in the benefits of Christ's resurrection and power through their identification with His death, burial and resurrection. (Kenneth Hagin,The Name of Jesus; The Triumphant Church).
Sacred Scriptures: Hagin's beliefs followed in the reformed tradition in that the Bible is viewed to be the literally true, inerrant word of God as written by men under the guidance of the Spirit of God. Although Hagin often spoke of the dramatic spiritual encounters he claimed to have had, he always insisted that faith was to be established upon the word of God alone and not upon the experiences of man. Many times in his ministry he made the statement, "Don't believe anything because I said it. Search the scriptures and prove it out for yourself" (Kenneth Hagin, How You Can Know the Will of God and The Believer's Authority).
RHEMA Bible Training Center
Hagin founded Rhema Bible Training Center (RBTC) in 1974. RBTC is an educational accreditation Bible institute located on 110 acres (0.45 km2) in Broken Arrow, a suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA). The curriculum is taught from a Charismatic/Pentecostal heritage. There are seven ministry concentrations specializing in Children's Ministry, Youth Ministry, Evangelism, Pastoral Care, Missions, Biblical Studies, and Supportive Ministry. RBTC has also established training centers in Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, the South Pacific, Thailand, Nigeria, Zambia, and Egypt.
After Hagin's death in 2003, his son Kenneth W. Hagin continued to run the institution.
Kenneth Hagin Ministries/ RHEMA/ The Word of Faith
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Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin began the organization as a preaching and speaking platform. Faith Seminar of the Air is heard in thousands of homes via more than 300 daily broadcasts in the United States and in over more than 120 countries on all continents via short-wave radio. In addition, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr. have authored more than 125 books. Also "The Word of Faith", KHM's magazine is sent into more than 540,000 homes each month to encourage the friends of the ministry with teaching. As well as more than 58,000 teaching tapes by Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr. are distributed each month. RHEMA Bible Training Center is located on a campus that covers more than 100 acres. Bible teachers provide a curriculum designed to produce men and women for ministry. RHEMA Bible Church meets on the campus of RHEMA Bible Training Center. Weekly services began in October 1985; in 1992, the new 4,500-seat RHEMA Bible Church auditorium building was completed. In the fall of 1979, Rev. Hagin began a Healing School on the RHEMA campus.
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Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin began his ministry in Texas in 1934. For twelve years he pastored and traveled as an evangelist.
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Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr. have authored more than 125 books. The Word of Faith, KHM's magazine is sent into more than 540,000 homes each month to encourage the friends of the ministry with teaching. More than 58,000 teaching tapes by Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr. are distributed each month.
RHEMA Bible Training Center is located on a campus that covers more than 100 acres. Bible teachers provide a curriculum designed to produce men and women for ministry. RHEMA Bible Church meets on the campus of RHEMA Bible Training Center. Weekly services began in October 1985; in 1992, the new 4,500-seat RHEMA Bible Church auditorium building was completed. In the fall of 1979, Rev. Hagin began a Healing School on the RHEMA campus.
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Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr. have authored 125 faith-building books.
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RHEMA BIBLE CHURCH - (Pastor Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr.) RHEMA Bible Church meets on the campus of RHEMA Bible Training Center. Weekly services began in October 1985. In 1992, the new 4,500-seat RHEMA Bible Church auditorium building was completed. This building also houses the church offices, music department offices, rehearsal facilities, the children's church auditorium, a chapel and reception area, and 19 classrooms.
CRUSADES - Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin, Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr., and Rev. Craig Hagin minister together and individually in crusades, seminars, and other meetings during the year. CRUSADES - Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin, Rev. Kenneth Hagin Jr., and Rev. Craig Hagin minister together and individually in crusades, seminars, and other meetings during the year.
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HEALING SCHOOL - In the fall of 1979, Rev. Hagin began this school on the RHEMA campus.
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Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin began his ministry in Texas in 1934. For twelve years he pastored and traveled as an evangelist. In 1963, the Kenneth E. Hagin Evangelistic Association ("KHM") was incorporated. Three years later, the offices of the ministry were moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Rev. Hagin was in demand for public meetings and seminars, and he ministered across the United States. The radio outreach ministry was established in the 1960s.
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