Rume Kpadamrophe

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Rume Kpadamrophe is a graduate student at the University of South Carolina. Before leaving Nigeria, he mentored several youths in prophetic, intercession, and evangelism. He is a revivalist, a writer, a researcher, and an enthusiastic lover of revival history. He desires to see revival ignited and sustained in the nations of the earth. He currently serves as the president of The Carolina Church, a campus ministry at the University of South Carolina.Rume’s email is

  • Doctrines and dogmas: the West’s dilemma

    “The strength or weakness of a society depends more on the level of its spiritual life than on its level of ...

  • Transitioning to a new wineskin

    Transitioning is often not an easy process as it involves leaving the familiar to what may be totally different or not-so-familiar.

  • Israel: the sign of the fig tree

    In 1896, Theodore Herzl, the father of modern political Zionism, published The Jewish State, a pamphlet in which he shared his vision for a Jewish homeland.

  • African missionaries and the evangelization of the West

    “God, send me anywhere, only go with me. Lay any burden on me, only sustain me. And sever any tie in my heart except the tie that binds my heart to Yours.” David Livingstone

  • Tongues and prophecy

    The gifts of tongues and prophecy are two gifts that have been discarded, especially outside Charismatic and Pentecostal circles.

  • Casting out Devils

    It was a sunny afternoon somewhere in the South of Nigeria. I had been on the road for a couple of hours, and I was quite tired. I walked into the little room we were using for a college ministry to speak with two students that needed counseling.

  • Inheriting God’s promises

    “We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised.” (Hebrews Chapter 6, verse 12)

  • Why revival tarries

     “A revival almost always begins among the laity. The ecclesiastical leaders seldom welcome reformation. History repeats itself.

  • Letter to my unborn child

    I thought it necessary to write you this letter as I sit on my comfy chair thinking about this mystery called life. It’s my 28th year on this spinning ball called earth. It’s crazy how time flies!

  • The fellowship of suffering

    Tests and trials are all part of the experience of the saint. Some of God’s greatest heroes faced some of the greatest trials.