Wilma J. de Ruiter
Praise and Worship
|Program Day :
|Mon - Fri
|Favorite Artists :
|Favorite Bible Verse :
|Phil 4 : 13
Married to :
Christiaan J. de Ruiter
Mother of :
Grandmother of :
|1st Lady Wilma, a mother of 5 with 18 grandchildren, Married to Pastor Chris.
She Loves Christmas and has this year (2016) spend hours and hours preparing a great eclectic treasure chest of Christmas music from all over the world.
It is not easy for her as she is recovering from a stroke she suffered in 2015, which makes it all the more special.
Christiaan J. de Ruiter
Praise and Worship, Messianic, CCM, Brass
|Program Day :
|Mon - Fri
|Favorite Artists :
Michael Eliyahu ben David, Ofra Haza, 8th Day. Miquedem
|Favorite Bible Verse :
|Phil 4 : 13
Married to :
Wilma Jean Hawthorn
Father of :
(Great) - Grandfather of :
Dr. Christiaan J. de Ruiter, also known as Pastor Chris, was born in the Netherlands as the youngest of six children. Growing up in the Salvation Army, he had a vibrant upbringing, actively engaging in the choir and brass band. When he moved to the United States, his involvement in the American branch of the Salvation Army continued, where he served as a local officer, bandmaster, and instructor.
During his time in the Salvation Army, Dr. de Ruiter embarked on numerous ministry trips across the western US, spreading the Gospel through his powerful words and musical talents. However, a longing to explore more began stirring within him. Prompted by his dear friend, Dr. J.B. Davidson, he started contemplating whether it was time to make a definitive decision for Christ and answer the call to pastor a church. Seeking divine guidance through prayer, he received confirmation from God.
As a result, Dr. de Ruiter and his friend collaborated to establish New Beginnings Christian Center, bringing much-needed ministry in prayer and healing to the community of Murray, Utah.
Unfortunately, due to family circumstances, the ministry had to be dissolved when Pastor Christiaan relocated to Texas in 2007. However, after a period of personal struggle and growth, a small church was born, giving rise to Eagle Wings Charismatic Ministries International in December 2009.
Over time, the church transformed into the teaching ministry it is today.
On average, the ministry's websites attract six to seven thousand visitors per month. In 2021, the radio station garnered over 30,000 listeners, with 16,000 of them being returning listeners.
If you are interested in learning more about this ministry, I encourage you to visit ewcmi.com. You can actively participate in their work by volunteering your time or becoming a partner through your financial contributions.
Rock the Clock
It really says it all, when you live at the mid east part of the United States of America these will be your late hours and in these late hours we do Rock.
Rock, Hard Rock, Rythm & Blues, Rap, BeatBox, It is all there.
The following groups and artist will be coming through your speakers in this late hour;
|The Letter Black
|Thousand Foot Krutch
And Many, Many More
Each Day at 11:00 AM Central Time we have a short message / teaching from one of the worlds greatest teachers.
These as of the beginning of 2019 include Watchman Nee, Kathryn Kuhlman, Derek Prince, and Benny Hinn.
Each of these messages can be from about 9 to 45 minutes long, and are all thought provoking and biblically solid.
Beginning in the sixteenth century, Protestant missionaries went to China for the gospel, but in the opening years of the twentieth century, following years of faithful labor and prayer, the Lord’s move in China began to advance dramatically after the martyrdom of many Christians in the Boxer Rebellion. In the 1920s, many believers, who were raised up by the Lord from among high-school and college students throughout China, became instrumental in the spread of the gospel. From among these students, Nee Shu-tsu (Watchman Nee) was called and equipped by the Lord for His work.
Nee Shu-tsu, whose English name was Henry Nee, was born of second-generation Christian parents in Foochow, China in 1903. His paternal grandfather studied at the American Congregational College in Foochow and became the first Chinese pastor among the Congregationalists in northern Fukien province. Nee Shu-tsu was consecrated to the Lord before his birth. Desiring a son, his mother had prayed to the Lord, saying, “If I have a boy, I will present him to You.” The Lord answered her prayer with the birth of a son. His father later impressed this point upon him, saying, “Before you were born, your mother promised to present you to the Lord.”
Read more at the Watchman Nee website
Kathryn Johanna Kuhlman was born on May 9, 1907, in Concordia, Missouri. Her parents were German and she was one of four children. Her mother was a harsh disciplinarian, who showed little love or affection. On the other hand, she had an extremely close and loving relationship with her father. She would describe, as a small child how, her father would come home from work and she would hang on his leg and cling to him. She often said that her relationship with God the Father was extremely real because of her relationship with her own father.
Kuhlman was converted, when she was 14, at an evangelistic meeting held in a small Methodist church. When she was 16 she graduated from high school, which only went to tenth grade in their town. He older sister Myrtle had married an itinerant evangelist, Everett B. Parrott. They spent their time traveling and asked that Kathryn could join them for the summer. Her parents agreed and she went to Oregon to help out. She worked with them, and often gave her testimony. When the summer was over she wanted to stay, and the couple agreed. She ended up working with them for five years.
The evangelistic team was made up of four people, Everette, Myrtle, Kathryn, and pianists named Helen Gulliford. In 1928 Everette missed a meeting in Boise, Idaho. Myrtle and Kathryn preached to cover for Everette. The pastor of the church encouraged Kathryn to step out on her own. Helen agreed to join her. Her first sermon was in a run-down pool hall in Boise, Idaho. The team covered Idaho, Utah, and Colorado for the following five years. In 1933 they moved into Pueblo, Colorado. They set up in an abandoned Montgomery Ward warehouse. They stayed there for six months.
In 1946 Kuhlman was asked to speak in Franklin, Pennsylvania. She was well received and decided to stay in the area. Kuhlman began preaching on radio broadcasts in Oil City, Pennsylvania. These became so popular they were picked up in Pittsburgh, and she was preaching throughout the area. She began to preach about the healing power of God. In 1947 a woman was healed of a tumor while listening to Kuhlman preach. Several Sundays later a man was also healed while she was teaching on the Holy Spirit. She was now convinced of God's healing work.
Kuhlman had been diagnosed with a heart problem in 1955. She kept a very busy schedule and overworked herself, especially in the 1970's. She traveled back and forth from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles frequently, as well as taking trips around the world. Her heart was enlarged and Kuhlman died on February 20, 1976, in Tulsa, following open-heart surgery.
Read more off the Biography of Kathryn Kuhlman on the healing and revival Website
Derek Prince (1915–2003) was born in India of British parents. Educated as a scholar of Greek and Latin at Eton College and Cambridge University, England, he held a Fellowship in Ancient and Modern Philosophy at King’s College. He also studied several modern languages, including Hebrew and Aramaic, at Cambridge University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
While serving with the British army in World War II, he began to study the Bible and experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ. Out of this encounter he formed two conclusions: first, that Jesus Christ is alive; second, that the Bible is a true, relevant, up-todate book.
After being discharged from the army in Jerusalem at the end of the war, Prince witnessed the return of Jews to Israel from around the world and interpreted it as a fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Israel's restoration became a main focus of his teaching. His books Our Debt to Israel, The Last Word on the Middle East and The Destiny of Israel and the Church have informed Christians of their scriptural responsibilities to Israel and the Jews.
Derek Prince is the author of over 50 books, 600 audio and 110 video teachings, many of which have been translated and published in more than 100 languages. He preached at many Christian conferences worldwide.
His daily radio broadcast is translated into Arabic, Chinese (Amoy, Cantonese, Mandarin, Shanghainese, Swatow), Croatian, German, Malagasy, Mongolian, Russian, Samoan, Spanish and Tongan. The radio program continues to touch lives around the world.
Pentecostal historian Vinson Synan said that although Prince never regained the level of popularity he had before 1977, he had widespread influence in the charismatic renewal and his "well-organized teaching" filled a void for many charismatics.
Prince's first wife, Lydia, died in 1975, and in 1978 he married Ruth Baker, a single mother to three adopted children. She died in 1998 in Jerusalem, where the couple moved in 1981.
Read more about Derek Prince on the following sites: Charisma Magazine, Derek Prince Ministry UK
Benny Hinn was born on December 3, 1952, in the port city of Jaffa (part of modern Tel Aviv), Israel, where his family had set up residence as immigrants to Palestine from Greece. In 1968, not long after the Six-Day War, he moved with his family to Canada.
In February 1972, Benny Hinn’s life took on an entirely new meaning when he surrendered his heart and life to Jesus Christ as high school friends prayed with him. Soon afterward, he was called to minister the Gospel.
In April 1974, young Benny received a vision of people falling into a roaring inferno and heard the words:
if you do not preach, every soul that falls will be your responsibility!
On December 7, 1974, four days after his 22nd birthday, Benny Hinn first stood behind a pulpit to preach the Gospel—his life-long stuttering problem suddenly healed! From that moment, he would fearlessly seek to fulfill our Lord’s Great Commission.
One of Benny Hinn’s greatest ministries has been as mentor and apostle for a growing army of Christian leaders. Just as his life was changed forever by the impartation of anointing and wisdom by pioneers like Kathryn Kuhlman, Maxwell Whyte, Oral Roberts, Rex Humbard, Lester Sumrall, and his father-in-law, Roy Harthern, Pastor Benny is increasingly mindful that God has clearly shown him that what he has experienced in over 40 years of ministry must be passed on to younger believers and Christian leaders.
In recent years, he has been welcomed in his travels by kings, prime ministers, and heads of state, yet his message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ continues to be fervent, motivating him to
“go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15).
Benny and Suzanne Hinn are the proud parents of three daughters and a son, and have several grandchildren.
The ministry-owned television studio is located in Aliso Viejo, California. The corporate headquarters for Benny Hinn Ministries/World Healing Center Church is located in Grapevine, Texas.
As Bible teacher, evangelist, author, broadcaster, communications innovator, and bridge builder, Pastor Benny Hinn remains committed, more than ever, to preaching the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ, teaching the unchanging Word of God, and expecting the mighty and miraculous power of the Holy Spirit!
Read more on Pastor Hinn's website
Our Prayer is that you will be blessed by the teachings of these great teachers.
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