When Ralph and Shirley Hagemeier first applied to become missionaries to Africa, in 1966, they felt it was God’s call on their lives. Now, more than four decades later their conviction to continue working in their adopted land remains as strong as ever.  Ralph and Shirley are parents and in-laws to Mike and Melody, RMFC Pastors.

The Hagemeier’s were in Tanzania, East Africa, for 15 years, working with various ministries including a Bible School to help train new pastors. After coming home to the states, with their two daughters in college, they began to feel a new call to start a Bible School in Zaire. Ralph and Shirley bought 98 acres of land and built a compound that includes a Bible School, kindergarten, elementary and high school, there is a dispensary, and orphan children are weighed and given food supplies each week. They help to provide work, medical assistance, food and clothing to many of the country’s poorest residents. It is a lifestyle very different than most of us would consider embracing willingly. Even though Ralph and Shirley are at an age where most people are considering retirement, they have no plans to give up their ministry. For more information view this newspaper article.


Tiffany Dozier began attending RMFC in 2002. At that time she was a student at CSU Pueblo. In 2005, she moved to New York City to continue her education and eventually became a police officer. After seven years as a police officer, Tiffany left her job to follow God’s call to fight human trafficking in South Asia. Since 2012 she has worked to bring rescue and rehabilitation to victims and to see that perpetrators are held accountable for their actions. Over the past two years she has gotten to see God work in amazing ways to bring about rescue to over 500 people and is excited to see all that He will do in the years to come.
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Stephanie Hagemeier has been serving in The Congo for over 30 years.  She runs an academic school (K-12) with over 1200 students.  She also runs a hospital clinic, a prison ministry and a ministry that provides milk and basic needs for babies whose mothers have died.  She is mom to twin girls, Vicky and Mathy, who she adopted as babies after their mother died.  Stephanie is Melody’s sister.


A Caring Pregnancy Center is a Christ-centered, life affirming organization that provides medical services, counsel and material support to women facing unplanned pregnancies in Pueblo, Colorado.  Each year, RMFC participates in events that support ACPC such as The Walk for Life and Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.  Learn more at




Bible Teacher and Author, Tony Cooke has been serving the Body of Christ in various capacities since 1980. His passion for teaching the Bible has taken him to more than forty-five states and twenty-two nations. His web-site, reaches pastors, missionaries, and other church leaders in more than 170 nations with encouraging and helpful ministerial resources. Tony was involved in pastoral ministry for more than twenty years, and served as an Instructor and the Dean of Rhema Bible Training Center. He also served for thirteen years as the Director of an International Ministerial Association. Since 2002, Tony and his wife Lisa have traveled full-time with an assignment of “strengthening churches and leaders.” In addition to being a 1981 graduate of RHEMA Bible Training Center, Tony studied Religion at Butler University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Church Ministries from North Central University.

Tony and his wife, Lisa, reside in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and are the parents of two adult children, Laura and Andrew


Greg is a frequent speaker at Charis Bible College (part of Andrew Wommack Ministries) and enjoys teaching and ministering in Bible Schools and Leadership Conferences around the world.

His ministry has helped thousands of people understand how faith works and grows through a style that combines great insight with great humor.  Greg is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center.  He and his wife Carol have made Tulsa their home base since 1990.


Rick Renner is a prolific author and a highly respected Bible teacher and leader in the international Christian community. He is the author of more than 20 books, including the bestsellers Dressed To Kill and Sparkling Gems From the Greek. In 1991, Rick and his family moved to what is now the former Soviet Union. Two years later, he and his wife Denise founded the Riga Good News Church in Latvia before moving on to Moscow in 2000 to found the Moscow Good News Church. In 2007, the Renners also launched the Kiev Good News Church in the capital of Ukraine. Both the Riga and Kiev churches continue to thrive and grow.

Today Rick is the senior pastor of the Moscow Good News Church, as well as the founder and director of the Good News Association of Pastors and Churches with nearly 800 member churches. In addition, Rick is the founder of Media Mir, the first Christian television network established in the former USSR that today broadcasts the Gospel to a potential audience of 110 million people. Rick resides in Moscow with his wife Denise and their three sons and families.


God called Andrew to teach the truth of the Gospel to the body of Christ with special emphasis on God’s unconditional love and the balance between grace and faith. He is doing his best to fulfill that call by teaching at seminars, in churches, on radio and television, by training others at Charis Bible College and by developing ministry materials designed to help you in your relationship with the Lord.


Harry and Karen have been married for 30 years. Harry is a 1980 graduate of the charter class of Victory Bible Institute, a ministry of Victory Christian Center; Tulsa, Oklahoma. Both are 1981 graduates of Rhema Bible Training Center, a ministry of Kenneth Hagin Ministries; Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Over the last 30 years they have been involved in church ministry. Together in1994 they pioneered Cornerstone Family Church in Fort Collins, Colorado. During the last 10 years they have traveled and ministered in many different countries. The Wilsons now make their home in Antigua, Guatemala.


The story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37) gives a clear picture of God’s desire for us to help those in desperate need wherever we find them. For 35 years, Samaritan’s Purse has followed Christ’s command by aiding the world’s poor, sick, and suffering. They are an effective means of reaching hurting people in countries around the globe with food, medicine, and other assistance in the Name of Jesus Christ. This, in turn, earns us a hearing for the Gospel, the Good News of eternal life through Jesus Christ.


Keith Moore is the president and founder of Keith Moore Ministries.  His church, Faith Life Church, is located in Branson, Missouri. Two of the greatest emphases of Brother Moore’s ministry are the importance of the written Word and the necessity of being led by the Spirit.

Having traveled extensively across the U.S. and abroad for over 30 years, Keith and his wife Phyllis minister strongly on such areas as love, faith, healing, prosperity and honor.


Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin, senior pastor of RHEMA Bible Church since its inception in October 1985, has been in ministry nearly 50 years. On Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, he often shares his personal motto, “I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit” and tries to impart that attitude into his congregation. Pastor Hagin wants members of his church to be successful in every area of life—spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially. His messages, frequently laced with Texas colloquialisms, range from practical teaching to inspirational preaching. He often ministers with a strong healing anointing, and his ministry helps lead believers into a deeper relationship with their Heavenly Father.