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Recent Tributes

Dr. Haggai’s departure is a great loss but his life was a blessing to the many missionaries that he facilitated in training at the Haggai Institute. May he rest in the bosom of our Good Lord.

Dr. Esmeranda Manful (nee Bentil)
Ghana
Attended Haggai Institute, Singapore, in 2003

Esmeranda Manful

Thank you for giving your life as an instrument for others eternal security.

helen b. pare

I first met Dr. Edmund Haggai in 2010 when I attended the Advanced leadership Training in Maui. In his virtual welcome address to participants of sessions 868 & 869, I saw his burning passion for evangelism. Through his vision, my life has been greatly impacted, with my calling being made more affirmed. While Dr. Haggai is gone back home, having finished the race, I pledge to be among many others who are continuing with his vision. His legacy will live on even as rests in God’s glory!

Phoebe Nyasulu

I THANK DR. HAGGAI FOR HIS VISION AND OPPORTUNITY TO BE BETTER PREPARED TO BETTER SERVE IN THE KINGDOM OF GOD. IT WAS AN UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY AND EXPERIENCE LIVED IN MAUI IN 2004. AFTER THAT, IN 2005, I STARTED TO COOPERATE WITH HAGGAI BRAZIL AS A FACILITATOR IN LEADERSHIP AND GOALS SUBJECTS. IN 2007 I APPLIED TO FDS IN SINGAPORE, BEGINNING TO FACILITATE THERE IN 2008 AND IN MAUI IN 2010. IT’S BEEN A CONTINUOUS OPPORTUNITY OF GROWING AND TO PREPARE WORLDWIDE LEADERS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE GOSPEL POVERTY. I PRAISE THE LORD FOR DR. HAGGAI’S CALL, HIS LIFE AND MINISTRY. IN JESUS’ NAME. AMEN.

RICHARD JOSÉ VASQUES

I first encountered Dr. Haggai in 1957 through the numerous unique and public promotions of his Bible conferences that were held at the 9th and O Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. For a variety of reasons I was prevented from attending his large and popular conferences. I believe at that time he was a Southern Baptist Pastor with a large following and I was not of that persuasion. After he was called into World Evangelization mission work I lost track of him but I never forgot his wonderful reputation as a great teacher of the Gospel , and superb communicator. I had hoped that someday our paths would cross again and i could hear him preach. Many years later after establishing a business in the health care field and becoming a follower of Jesus Christ, my wife and I traveled to the Training Center in Hawaii to learn more about the work of the international ministry . I had no idea at the time that the founder of the Christian Center was the same John Haggai from Kentucky. Skip ahead a number of years and I had retired from my business interests and joined the church staff in Atlanta , GA .
. I was serving as the Pastor of Stewardship and learned that a certain Dr. John Haggai had given our church it’s church motto… “attempt something so great for God that it is doomed to failure less God be in it”… (It couldn’t be , could it?) It was a splendid gift to our church and during the past 42 years we have followed this wisdom. During our churches capital campaign my day finally came because our Stewardship Sunday was Dr. Haggai, our guest speaker, and he preached to a packed house giving me the opportunity to hear the message not once but two times. Later that month I had the pleasure of having a private lunch during which we got caught up on the past 53 years of the international ministry that was the Haggai Institute. We became Haggai Institute supporters. In the years that have followed he has always been generous to me with his time and godly counsel. i will never forget Dr. John Haggai and the Christ he followed and shared around the globe. Thanks for this opportunity to share my memories with you.

Jerry Schriver