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Biography Of Kenneth E Hagin
|Kenneth E Hagin|
|Full Name:||Kenneth Erwin Hagin|
|Born:||20 August 1917,|
|Place of Birth:||McKinney, Texas, United States|
|Died||19 September 2003, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States|
|Spouse||Oretha Rooker (m. 1938–2003)|
|Movie||House of Gold|
Kenneth E Hagin was an American evangelist and popular pastor who engaged in several ministerial works. He was a significant pioneer of the Word of Faith Movement and the founder of Rhema Bible Training College.
Kenneth E Hagin was aged 86 when he died.
Kenneth E Hagin was born on the 20th of August, 1917, in McKinney, Texas, to Drake Hagin and Jess Hagin. He was born with a deformed heart and wasn’t expected to live long, but after giving his life to Christ in April 1933, Kenneth E Hagin encountered God.
On the 8th of August, 1934, Kenneth E Hagin was raised from his deathbed through the revelation of “Faith in the Word of God.” He was healed of paralysis and could walk normally.
Kenneth E Hagin married his wife Oretha Rooker on the 25th of November, 1938. They had two children, a son Kenneth Hagin Jnr and a daughter Patricia (Hagin) Harrison. His son Kenneth Wayne Hagin is now a pastor of the Rhema Bible Church and president of the Kenneth Hagin Ministries.
Kenneth Hagin Ministries
Kenneth E Hagin started the Kenneth Hagin Ministries on the 23rd of January, 1963, in Garland, Texas. He moved his ministry office to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in September 1966 into a previously owned space.
Kenneth E Hagin started selling his messages on tape during that period; also, in November of that same year, he taught on KSKY, a radio station in Dallas.
After that, in 1967, Kenneth E Hagin started a radio broadcast that remains aired up until now by his son, Rev Kenneth Hagin Jr.
Kenneth E Hagin died on the 19th of September, 2003.