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Kenneth W. Hagin

Conference Host & Speaker


Kenneth W. Hagin is president of Kenneth Hagin Ministries and pastor of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He seizes every opportunity to impart the attitude of “I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit.” Rev. Hagin has ministered for over 60 years and has organized Rhema Bible Training Colleges around the world. Rev. Hagin and his wife, Lynette, host Rhema Praise, a weekly television program, and Rhema for Today, a weekday radio program broadcast throughout the United States. They also conduct Living Faith Crusades, spreading the message of faith and healing to the world.

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Craig W. Hagin

Conference Host & Speaker


Craig W. Hagin reaches today’s generation with a fresh, practical approach to sharing biblical principles. He teaches extensively on faith and ministers with a strong healing anointing. Craig serves as an associate pastor of Rhema Bible Church, co-pastor of Rhema Bible Church Oklahoma City, and chief operating officer for Kenneth Hagin Ministries. He is also an instructor at Rhema Bible Training College. He and his wife, Mia, and their children live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


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Kenneth W. Hagin is president of Kenneth Hagin Ministries and pastor of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He has organized Rhema Bible Training Colleges around the world. He seizes every opportunity to impart the attitude of “I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit.” Rev. Hagin ministers with a strong healing anointing and helps lead believers into a greater experience of the glory of God.

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Craig W. Hagin reaches today’s generation with a fresh, practical approach to sharing biblical principles. He teaches extensively on faith and ministers with a strong healing anointing. Craig serves as an associate pastor of Rhema Bible Church, chief operating officer for Kenneth Hagin Ministries, and instructor at Rhema Bible Training College. He also hosts a weekly podcast focused on current events and practical life tips.
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David Crammer pastors Covenant Life Church in Chandler, Arizona. His passion is to equip believers to walk out their faith in love, power, and purpose. After graduating from RBTC in 1990, he worked for Kenneth Hagin Ministries for 11 years. David and his wife, Jill, serve as RMAI directors for the Southwest Region. They have two wonderful children.

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Jordan Gash is the founding pastor of Restore Church in Yorkville, Illinois, where he and his wife, Melissa, live with their four children. Jordan is passionate about seeing people’s lives restored in every area through their restored relationship with God. Jordan is a 2004 Rhema graduate. His love for God’s Word is contagious. Jordan’s teachings always encourage people to experience the life of grace, faith, and victory found in Jesus Christ.

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Zach Morris is the youth pastor at Rhema Bible Church. His passion is to see this generation encounter God, discover their identity, and become supernatural leaders who influence the world. Since graduating from RBTC in 2016, Zach and his wife, Ashley, have served together in full-time youth ministry. They have two amazing sons.
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Josh Pennington is founder and pastor of More Life Church in Newark, Ohio, and a certified coach, speaker, and trainer with the John Maxwell Team. Through his background in communications and a wide range of industry experience, he developed a keen understanding that each organization and leadership team is unique. He is passionate about seeing people reach their full potential.

2019 Guest Speakers



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A Call to Arms® Men’s Conference was held on the Rhema campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in 2002. God began to deal with Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin about holding an event for men. Read about how the event got its name from Rev. Hagin’s own words:

God began to deal with me about men and men’s issues, so I decided to have a men’s conference—a men’s conference from the faith and charismatic movements. 

The Lord told me to call it A Call to Arms.

“A call to arms” is a term that was used back in the early days of our country when this country was first being formed. Even at the time of the Revolutionary War, there was no army as we know it today. Even George Washington’s army was not an army like we know it. They just sent out a call for the men to come with their arms to defend what we believed in! And they came.

Well the Lord gave me that title. He said, “It’s time for a call of arms for the men of God—not just preachers but men of God.” It’s time to step up and become the leaders, spiritually and naturally God called us to be. It’s time to become the fathers we should become. It’s time to become everything He has called us to be!

—Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin


Schedule


Thursday


  • 5 PM

    Registration opens

  • 7 PM

    Kickoff Session
    Kenneth W. Hagin

  • After Service

    Kick Back & Relax
    (Open Gym)
    (Food Available for Purchase)

Friday AM


  • 9 AM

    General Session
    Jordan Gash

  • 10-10:30 AM

    Break

  • 10:30 AM

    General Session
    Josh Pennington

  • 2:30 PM

    Young Adult Breakout Session
    Zach Morris
    Youth Building
    Breakout Session
    David Crammer
    RCA

Friday PM


  • 7 PM

    General Session
    Craig W. Hagin
    Communion Service
    Kenneth W. Hagin

  • After Service

    Kick Back & Relax
    (Open Gym)
    (Food Available for Purchase)

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