About

In the anointed, spiritually charged meetings of Living Faith Crusades, the Holy Spirit is changing lives by healing the sick, saving the lost, filling believers with His power, and setting captives free from sinful bondages and broken relationships.

The Living Faith Crusades are held in local churches and typically last three to four days with services in the mornings and evenings. Believers around the U.S. can likely attend a meeting held within driving distance at some point during the year. All believers are invited to set aside time in their busy schedules to come and seek God’s will for their lives, get built up in the Word, and enjoy refreshing times in the Spirit.

PASTORS: If you would like to receive more information on hosting a Living Faith Crusade,
please email Rich King at rking@rhema.org or call (918) 258-1588, ext. 2268.

FAQs

  • Q. What should I expect at Living Faith Crusades?

    A. During each crusade, the primary rule is simple—to let the Holy Spirit have His way. Lynette Hagin ministers during the morning services on prayer, while Kenneth W. Hagin ministers during the evening services on faith, healing, or other subjects as the Spirit leads.

    Q. How much does the event cost?

    A. Living Faith Crusades are free-of-charge!

    Q. How do I register?

    A. There is no registration. Just show up ready to receive from God.

    Q. What personal material should I bring with me?

    A. We recommend you bring your Bible, a notepad, and pen.

  • Q. Is there a dress code?

    A. No, there is no dress code. You can come as you are. Typically attendees wear casual clothes in the morning services and dress up more for the evening services.

    Q. Is childcare provided during the services?

    A. Each church provides differently for the services. For specific information on the church that is hosting the event, please contact them directly.

    Q. What time are the services?

    A. Services times differ according to the host church for the crusade. Typically the morning service is at 10:00 or 10:30, while the evening services usually begin at 7:00 or 7:30. Contact the host church or click here to see the crusade itinerary.

Schedule

Montgomery, Alabama

October 15-17, 2017

  • Location:
    Harvest Family Church
    7245 Copperfield Dr.
    Montgomery, AL 36117-7106
  • Service Times:
    Sunday – 7:00 PM
    Monday-Tuesday
    10:30 AM & 7:00 PM


Fayetteville, Georgia

October 18-20, 2017

  • Location:
    The Body of Christ Church International, USA
    101 Kenwood Road
    Fayetteville*, GA 30214
    *NEW Location
  • Service Times:
    Wednesday – 7:00 PM
    Thursday – Friday
    10:30 AM & 7:00 PM

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    Drs. Joseph & Marjanita Ripley

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    (770) 472-4800 www.bocciusa.org


Saint Augustine, Florida

January 21–23, 2018

  • Location:
    Anchor Faith Church
    Ponce de Leon Mall
    2121 US 1 South, Suite 28
    Saint Augustine, FL 32086
  • Service Times:
    Sunday – 6:30 PM
    Monday – Tuesday
    10:30 AM & 7:30 PM



North Miami Beach, Florida

January 24–26, 2018

  • Location:
    Words of Life Fellowship Church
    20051 NE 16th Avenue
    North Miami Beach, FL 33179
  • Service Times:
    Wednesday – 7:30 PM
    Thursday – Friday
    10:30 AM & 7:30 PM



Ridgely, Tennessee

March 4–6, 2018

  • Location:
    Abundant Life Fellowship Church
    835 Tank Two Road
    Ridgely, TN 38080
  • Service Times:
    Sunday – 7:00 PM
    Monday – Tuesday
    10:30 AM & 7:00 PM



Cleveland, Tennessee

March 7-9, 2018

  • Location:
    Cleveland Christian Fellowship
    695 South Ocoee Street
    Cleveland, TN  37311
  • Service Times:
    Wednesday – 7:00 PM
    Thursday – Friday
    10:30 AM & 7:00 PM


Testimonies

Cancer Free!

“I took the handkerchief you gave me with me during all of my tests and procedures. I held it in my hand or had it on my body. I asked the Lord to honor the prayers and faith of those who prayed for me and . . . to heal me completely. I had no side effects from any treatments—radiation or infusions—or from my surgery. I was covered by the prayers. It was as though I felt a bubble of protection around me. I was shielded from pain, infections, sickness, and any complications.”

“I am so thankful to be alive and healthy! At my appointment with my oncologist last Friday, he reported that my recent PET scan (a 3-D image of my spine, legs, neck and throat) was negative for cancer! Praise God with me!”

-Ruth

Healed!

“I feel a whole lot better and healed afterwards! Jesus healed me! Thank you for coming to Fort Worth! Praise God!”

— C. French

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