WATCH THE MEMORIAL SERVICE

John Edmund Haggai

1924 - 2020 CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF

WATCH THE MEMORIAL SERVICE

John Edmund Haggai

1924 - 2020 CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF

Submit Your Tributes

Please complete the form below to submit your tribute. Please allow time for your tribute to be reviewed and approved.

Required field

Submit Your Tributes

Please complete the form below to submit your tribute. Please allow time for your tribute to be reviewed and approved.

Required field

Recent Tributes

It’s hard to find a Christian who hasn’t in some way been touched by Dr. John Haggai’s life and message. My whole way of living was impacted by the vision that God gave him and to which he was obedient. His example of dedication, vision, passion, and obedience inspired my life, taking me out of a vicious circle specifically without passion or love for souls, and this is all possible because of the faithfulness, passion, and sacrifice of one great man of God, John Edmund Haggai. He was a great teacher and mentor and will be sadly missed by all of us.

Raj Kosaraju

Praising God for the influential life of Dr. John Edmund Haggai. A true servant of God, whose life speaks well of the committment he held on to so ardently till his last breath of life in equipping leaders for Christ. May his life be celebrated and his legacy continue…….

Dr. Shanthi Clement
Asst. Professor &
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Bishop Heber College
Tamil Nadu
India

Dr. Shanthi Clement

I had the privilege to take part in an International Leaders Seminar in Maui, Hawaii, in January, 1998.

It was a very blessed and intense experience in my life. After that, my ministry was so impacted then I started to multiply the Haggai International teaching through of several leader seminaries in my country, Brazil.

Now I’m living in USA and I keep teaching and training leader to the Kingdom of God.

I’m so grateful to Dr. John Haggai and his courage in carrying his vision with faithfulness and compassion!

Luiz Henrique Rossi

John Edmund Haggai – A time to cry or Rejoice?

This day (November 18 in US, November 19 in few other places) marks the end of a man named Dr. John Edmund Haggai.

“Attempt something so great for God, that it’s doomed to failure unless God be in it!”

The most famous quote of Dr. Haggai, keeps ringing in the ear and in the walls of the Mid Pacific Centre. When I first heard the news of his demise, there were a few thoughts ringing in my mind.

Should I be sad??? Cry?? Mourn? Be happy? Or Rejoice! (Even worse!)

Some people are uncertain where they may go after their death. But a few group of people who identify themselves as Christians (those who believe in Lord Jesus Christ) are not shaken when it comes to their final stage of life. It is because they are ready to meet their maker, the creator of Heaven and Earth!

Also, they leave with a sense of satisfaction, leaving behind a vision which has been shared, and their responsibility on Earth is over. Basically their job on earth is over and they have received an eternal promotion!

Dr. Haggai did leave behind a legacy, he sowed the seeds of his vision to multiple young men and women. There are thousands of people being equipped to share the word of God and to share the Love of Christ.

Matthew 13:31-32

“He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. Though it is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.”

Vision is like a small seed. But it has the power to grow a BIG empire of people! I am sure Dr. Haggai did that.

When we approach our final seconds of this mortal life (our dying moments), Do we regret all the things we could have done? Or have the satisfaction that we return to the grave empty? Finishing all the works assigned to us.

When Dr. Haggai has left us on this “International Mens day” though Earth mourns, Heaven would rejoice. He would have taken his flight to the heavenliness in the Chariots of fire, with his visa being approved by the blood of the lamb and his name found in the book of life!!!

Do we cry or rejoice?

Lenny Vasanthan T

If we are the army of God on earth today, Dr. Haggai was one of our generals!

After attending the HI Seminar in Maui, 1999, my life was challenged and changed! The 25 day Advanced Leadership Seminar was a turning point in my life, career and ministry.

Since then, I have planted a church, pioneered a school, written 10 books, and have spoken to over 200.000 people in 10 countries.

Without a doubt, Dr. John Haggai was one of the most influential leaders in the world during the last century!

It was an honor to learn from him, serve as Faculty in his Institute, as well as share the pulpit with him as his interpreter during his last trip to Brazil in 2014.

Even after his passing, Dr. Haggai’s legacy will continue on through the lives of all the leaders he impacted with his life and ministry!

Until we meet again. Farewell, General!

Mario Simoes