I knew it was time for a change and I prayed for six months with no clear direction as to what I needed to do.
My answer came in an email with this subject line:
It’s not too late to go to Rhema
And I remember thinking, “It’s not too late! Going to Rhema is something that I’ve wanted to do for 5 years…maybe the time is now.”
I told my dad and stepmom what the Father was laying on my heart and, of course, they both said, “Sounds great to me! You need to go check it out.”
My parents are both Rhema graduates, but they never once said a word to me about attending Rhema. It’s their desire for all of their children follow God and be led by Him.
My dad and I drove out for College Weekend and we prayed a big prayer:
Father, we’re believing I will have a place to live and/or a job by the end of this weekend.
I knew immediately Rhema was truly the next step for me.
From visiting classes to the session with Dean Tad to the current students I met at lunch—the entire weekend was awesome.
And guess what? God answered my prayer!
I met the sweetest woman at church who offered me a place to live on the spot. It was a total God connection because she was a family friend who my parents hadn’t heard from in many years.
This was the first of many moments where God cleared the path for me to become a student.
If God will do it for me, I know He’ll do it for you!
I encourage you to make the trip out for College Weekend. If there’s a stirring in your heart to attend Rhema, you need to come.