Kenneth Hagin, known as the “father of the modern faith movement,” served in Christian ministry for nearly 70 years. Born in 1917 in Texas, he came into the world with a deformed heart and an incurable blood disease. In 1933 during his conversion experience, he reported dying three times, each time seeing hell’s horrors, and then returning to life. In 1934 on his deathbed, he experienced miraculous healing. In 1936, he became a pastor. After being baptized in the Holy Spirit in 1937, he started pastoring in Pentecostal churches. In 1949, he became an itinerant Bible teacher and evangelist.
June 22, 2019 Children