About Us

Mission Statement

By Billye Brim

But as for me, God’s closeness is my goodness, I have put my refuge in my LORD, So that I may relate all of Your mission. (Psalm 73:8, ArtScrolls Tehillim)

ArtScrolls Note: Literally, a מלאך (malach) messenger charged with transmitting God’s wishes. Similarly the psalmist perceives in his heart a flash of Divine inspiration which contains a message for mankind. He communicates this faithfully to his audience. The psalmist has no greater desire than to continue to discharge this duty.

The Call

Early in ministry, I sought the Lord as to “What am I?” This was to ascertain as to which of the five-fold ministry gifts He primarily saw me as. His answer from His Word was, I have called you “for this purpose, to make thee a minister and a witness….” (Acts 26:14)

Billye Brim

Billye Brim’s Christian heritage is rich. She sensed the call of God in early childhood. However, it was only after an encounter with the Holy Spirit in 1967, that she as a young wife and mother of four began to follow Him to walk out her call. For almost ten years she served as Editor of Publications for Kenneth E. Hagin Ministries where she also taught at Rhema Bible Training Center.

Immediately after ordination in 1980 she traveled to Soviet Russia in what proved to be ongoing ministry there. Since then she has literally ministered around the world several times over.

The story of how Migdal Arbel came to be is below.

This is what God had been preparing me for in 1986 when I first obeyed Him to learn “Hebrew in the Land” at the Ulpan Akiva in Israel. He said, “I could teach you the language in an instant, but there are things you need to obtain from being in The Land.”

––Billye Brim

A Place in the Land

By Billye Brim

Prayer Mountain in the Ozarks, also known as Billye Brim Ministries, has purchased a hotel in Migdal, Galilee, the traditional home of Mary Magdalene. The primary requisite for real estate of “location, location, location” is abundantly met at the beautiful site in the city of Migdal (“tower” or “lighthouse” in Hebrew), just under the Arbel Cliffs and overlooking the Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee).

THE STORY OF PRAYER MOUNTAIN

By Billye Brim

For years I have sensed a call for a special place to pray about God’s plans and purposes in these days of the “former and latter rain together” outpouring. I thought the place would be the Pickard farm. But it never came together.

Then, I began to sense a yearning toward Branson. I heard of the prophecy Corrie Ten Boom gave concerning what God would do there in the last days. In February at Brother Kenneth Hagin’s Winter Bible Seminar in Tulsa, during a powerful Holy Ghost controlled meeting, I was out under the power on the floor for a long time. God spoke to me plainly about this call. The place was to be near Branson. He said angels were holding the land.