Kenneth E. Hagin Bio, RBTC, Books, Ministry, Sermon and Quotes

Kenneth E. Hagin was an American preacher. In 1936, he founded his first non-denominational church.He later established RBTC in1974.

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Kenneth E. Hagin Biography

Kenneth E. Hagin was an American preacher. In 1936, he founded his first non-denominational church.

Kenneth E. Hagin Birthday

Hagin was born Kenneth Erwin Hagin on August 20, 1917. He was born in McKinney, Texas.

Kenneth E. Hagin Family

He was the son of Lillie Viola Drake Hagin and Jess Hagin.

Kenneth E. Hagin Wife And Kids

He married Oretha Rooker on November 25, 1938. They’ve had two kids. Their first baby, Kenneth Wayne Hagin, was born on September 3, 1939, known as Kenneth Hagin Jr. Patricia (Hagin) Harrison, a daughter, was born on March 27, 1941, 19 months later. His son Kenneth Wayne Hagin is presently Rhema Bible Church pastor and Kenneth Hagin Ministries president.

Kenneth E. Hagin Educational Background

No information on his educational background and qualifications is disclosed to the public.

Kenneth E. Hagin Ministry

His first non-denominational church was established in 1936. As pastor of a tiny community Baptist church in Roland, Texas, he preached his first sermon. He became a minister of God’s assemblies in 1937.[5] During the next twelve years, he was pastoring five assemblies of God in Texas: Tom Bean, Farmersville (twice), Talco, Greggton, and Van. Van, Texas was the last church he had been pasturing before he began traveling.

Kenneth E. Hagin

Kenneth E. Hagin Books

What Faith Is (1966)
The Real Faith (1970)
I Believe in Visions (1972)
The Human Spirit (1974)
Why Tongues (1975)
Demons and How to Deal with them (1976)
The Key to Spiritual Healing (1977)
Ministering to the Oppressed (1977)
The Interceding Christian (1978)
Faith Food for Spring (1978)
How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God (1978)
How to Write Your Own Ticket with God (1979)
What to Do When Faith Seems Weak & Victory Lost (1979)
Seven Things You Should Know About Divine Healing (1979)
El Shaddai (1980)
Having Faith in Your Faith (1980)
Why Do People Fall Under the Power? (1981)
Casting Your Cares Upon the Lord (1981)
The Name of Jesus (1981)
Seven Steps for Judging Prophecy (1982)
I Went to Hell (1982)
Must Christians Suffer? (1982)
Three Big Words (1983)
Obedience in Finances (1983)
The Believer’s Authority (1985)
How God Taught Me About Prosperity (1985)
The Glory of God (1987)
Understanding How to Fight the Good Fight of Faith (1987)
Prayer Secrets (1988)
Knowing What Belongs to Us (1989)
Exceedingly Growing Faith (1990)
Classic Sermons: The Word of Faith 25th Anniversary 1968–1992 Commemorative Edition (1992)
Following God’s Plan for Your Life (1993)
The Triumphant Church (1993)
Love: The Way to Victory (1994)
God’s Medicine (1997)
The Midas Touch” (1999)

Kenneth E. Hagin RBTC

RHEMA Bible Training College (RBTC) was established by Hagin in 1974. RBTC is accredited by the International Commission for Accreditation of Transworld. The Bible Institute is situated in Broken Arrow, a suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on 110 acres (0.45 km2).

The curriculum comes from a Pentecostal / Charismatic heritage. There are seven concentrations of ministry specializing in the Ministry of Children, Ministry of Youth, Evangelism, Pastoral Care, Missions, Bible Studies, and Ministry of Support. In Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Romania, Greece, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, Nigeria, Zambia, Egypt and the Philippines, RBTC has created training centers.

His son Kenneth W. Hagin continued to operate the institution after Hagin’s death in 2003. More than 40,000 graduates who live and minister in 52 nations have been taught by RBTC.

Kenneth E. Hagin Sermon

You Have What You Say

Kenneth E. Hagin Quotes

“Jesus paid for salvation for every man, woman, boy, and girl who would ever live on this earth. But people must believe in Jesus and receive Him as their own Savior before salvation can benefit them.”

“Some people pick up on one part of what you say, twist it, and go off into excess and error and create confusion in the Body of Christ. There will probably be those who will read this book and take what I am saying out of context and get off into error. However, misguided people prone to error should not keep us from flowing with what is Biblical and right. It should not keep us from flowing with what the Holy Spirit is wanting to teach the Body of Christ in this hour! I believe that those who have ears to hear will hear what the Spirit is saying to the Church in this hour and will cooperate with Him to help usher in the move of God all of our hearts so earnestly desire.”

“Charles Finney is probably the most outstanding exponent of prayer. He is known as the man who prayed down revivals. He had the greatest success, and his converts were the most consistent since the days of the Apostle Paul. It is common knowledge that eighty-five percent of his converts remained true to God. D. L. Moody was a great evangelist, but only about fifty percent of his converts remained faithful. We have had a mighty move over the past several years, but it is common knowledge that not more than fifty percent of the converts have remained true to the Lord. Finney had the greatest success numbers’ wise as far as keeping the fruit of his labor, since the days of the Apostle Paul — whole cities were stirred.”

“need and want that His Word has promised and believed you receive them when you ask for them. Then you will have whatever it is you need from God. Some people continually ask me why God won’t heal them after they have had many people pray for them and have had no results. Very”

Kenneth E. Hagin Death

According to a news release from his ministry, Hagin came to bed on Saturday, September 13th feeling good. He sat at the Sunday morning breakfast table and smiled at his wife, Oretha, then sighed and his head dropped to his chest. He was inspected in a cardiac intensive care unit in Tulsa, OK, where he died at 86 at 7 am on Friday, September 19, 2003.