Humble And Hungry

Rhema TeamApril 2023 WOFLeave a Comment

THIRTEEN YEARS AGO in mid-October, Michael Gutierrez sat in the back of an ambulance in Dallas, Texas. It was 2 … Read More

Build & Prosper

Rhema TeamJanuary 2020 WOFLeave a Comment

THE SUMMER OF ’87 slipped into the gentle relief of a North Carolina August, and the Daniels family slipped away … Read More

Teaching Faith in Germany

Rhema TeamDecember 2019 WOFLeave a Comment

Shortly after becoming born again in the early ’80s, Michael Tamme’s mother found Kenneth E. Hagin’s book I Believe in … Read More

An Anchor of Hope

Rhema TeamApril 2019 WOFLeave a Comment

“Gwen, you have breast cancer,” said the nurse on the other end of the phone. “No, I don’t.” “Yes, you … Read More

British Love and Glory

Rhema TeamFebruary/March 2019 WOFLeave a Comment

Shadowed by night, a voice called into the bedroom, “I need help.” Awakened with weary expectancy by the routine visit, … Read More

A New Perspective

Rhema TeamOctober/November 2018 WOF1 Comment

WAILS PIERCED the air incessantly. The church was filled with mourners distraught over the untimely death of a loved one. … Read More

When Death Knocks

Rhema TeamFebruary/March 2018 WOFLeave a Comment

IN 1990, Kenneth Moore received the heartbreaking news that his father had died. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) had cut … Read More

A Vital Asset in Columbus, Georgia

Rhema TeamMay 2018 WOFLeave a Comment

AFTER ATTENDING community college for two years, Fabian McCune was frustrated and discouraged. He had just failed an exam in a … Read More

The Heart of a Worshipper

Rhema TeamJune/July 2018 WOFLeave a Comment

SPECIAL REPORT WHAT A GLORIOUS NIGHT of worship. When Deborah Banks, an ’87 RBTC graduate, picked up the microphone and began … Read More

Driven by Compassion

Rhema TeamAugust 2018 WOFLeave a Comment

SPECIAL REPORT COMPASSION FILLS Paul DeNeui’s heart when he visits nursing homes, assisted care, and mental health facilities. He ministers to … Read More