Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin, together with his wife Oretha Hagin, helped to inspire and impact millions of lives through their ministry work. Affectionately known by many as Mom and Dad Hagin, the messages they preach have helped believers to reignite their faith in God, and trust Him to do great things in their lives.
As a sickly child, Kenneth Erwin Hagin suffered from a deformed heart and an incurable blood disease. At the tender age of 15, he was already bedridden, with little hope of survival. However, on April 1933, a dramatic experience occurred where he was miraculously healed and made whole by the power of the Word of God. This event changed his life, and prompted the start of his ministry, which will then span many decades, and touch millions of lives.
Known to many as one of the greatest word of faith teachers in recent years, Kenneth Hagin's sermons and messages shared through his radio broadcast program, Rhema For Today, have helped many people realise how much God really wants to bless them. Through his faith-filled and annointed words, he often encourages his listeners to raise their expectations and receive the abundant promises that God has given us in His Word.
Until shortly before his death, Rev. Kenneth Hagin continued to travel around the world, preaching the Good News to all who would listen. Known as the "father of the modern faith movement", his dynamic teachings and vivid stories protrays the power of God's Word, and shows how these biblical truths can be applied in all our lives.
Apart from being a great minister, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin is also a great family man. His love for his family, both physical and spiritual, shines through his Words, and stem from a compassion that flows from the Lord.
After his death, he is now succeeded by his son, Kenneth W. Hagin, who continues his legacy of faith and preaches in the same power and annointing of his father.
We hope that through the messages collected below, you too will be blessed by the sermons of Kenneth Hagin and allow the seeds of faith to bloom in your heart.
Be Greatly Blessed.