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Ways to Give
Give by Text
Simply send a text message with keyword space and amount to 28950.
For example, to give $10 to Kenneth Hagin Ministries, text “KHM 10” to 28950.
- Simply send a text message with keyword space and amount to 28950.
- For example, to give $10 to Kenneth Hagin Ministries, text “KHM 10” to 28950.
- If this is the first time you text a gift, you will receive a text back with a link to a web page.
Important Note: Please make sure that your phone plan does not block SMS messages or short code phone numbers in order to register seamlessly and receive confirmation texts.
- Open the link, fill in your name, address and debit or credit card information and you are done!
- When registration is complete, you will receive a receipt for the $10 gift via text message.
Any time you want to give after your initial registration, all you have to do is send a text message. Your card will automatically be deducted, and you will receive a receipt via text message.
Message and data rates may apply*
The keywords are important since they indicate where the donation or payments are going. Be accurate when you text!
Here is a list of some active Rhema keywords that can be used:
KHM — Kenneth Hagin Ministries
RBTC — Rhema Bible Training College
WPC — Word Partner Club at Kenneth Hagin Ministries
RBC — Rhema Bible Church, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
WECARE — We Care for Rhema Bible Church
BFUND— Building Fund for Rhema Bible Church
Other keywords are used per project and event. They are announced at that time.
Visa and MasterCard are accepted
No, the amount is not added to your phone bill, but is deducted from your debit or credit card.
The cost of sending and receiving the text message is determined by your cell phone provider. It normally is the same as sending a text message to your friend.
You can give any amount you want. The maximum limit depends on how much your bank will allow you to put on your card.
This solution is PCI Security Certified, and there is no data whatsoever stored on your phone. PCI is the industry security standard for credit and debit card statements, and includes a rigorous periodic security testing and audit of the entire system. For more information, see the following links:
The system works with any mobile phone with SMS or texting ability. You do need to have a phone plan that allows texting. Also, Premium SMS or shortcode numbers must not be blocked on your plan.
To be able to do the initial registration on your phone, you will need to have internet access on your phone. If your phone can do text messaging, but does not have internet access, you can still use your phone to give, but the initial registration needs to be done on a web browser, either on a personal computer or on another device with a browser.
There is no software and no app that needs to be installed on your phone. No need to download software to the user's mobile phone. All you need is a normal mobile phone, and SMS Make sure your premium SMS or shortcode phone number is not blocked on your plan.
Any phone that is capable of using text messages can be used. In order to register the first time, you must have a web browser, either on your phone, or you can register the first time on your computer. Click here to register now.
As with all donations to RHEMA or Kenneth Hagin Ministries, donations are deductible as allowed by IRS 501(c) 3 rules.
You will receive a receipt via text message. At the end of the year, your donations will be included on the tax receipt letter for the year.
Donations are not refundable, but if you made a mistake by texting the wrong amount and need to undo the donation, send HELP to 28950 and call back the number you will receive back.
Simply by texting STOP to 28950. You will then receive an acknowledgement that you have unregistered.
By texting EDIT to 28950. Click on the link you will receive via text to update your information.
At this point this system works for US subscribers only. If you have a US number and you are abroad – your text should go through just fine, depending on your cell phone's provider’s terms and policies.