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Emmanuel Bible College Offers Enhanced New Student Bursary

Emmanuel Bible College is excited to announce that we will be offering an enhanced New Student Bursary of at least $500 to $1,000 per semester to new students for the 2021/22 academic year. The previous New Student Bursary provided $250 to $750 per year. These bursaries were made possible by the generosity of a donor who wishes to remain anonymous. …

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Christian School Foundation partners with Emmanuel to offer scholarship

Emmanuel Bible College is happy to announce an exciting new partnership with Christian School Foundation! The Foundation is partnering with us to offer scholarships to new students from Christian high schools across Canada. Seven scholarships of $2,500 each will be available: two for students from Christian high schools in Ontario and one for a student from each of the provinces …

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History: 1970’s Students Earn Glowing Reputation for Emmanuel

May 14, 2020 This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College At Emmanuel, 1970 was a year of hope and excitement. Since 1964 the College had enjoyed its new campus, which included new buildings constructed under the leadership of President Bruce Wideman. Unfortunately, some other Bible colleges were …

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Emmanuel Community Stays Active, Connected during the COVID-19 Crisis

April 23, 2020 In recent weeks, the COVID-19 crisis has kept people apart physically but has led to an explosion of online engagement and virtual communication. Politicians have delivered messages from their homes, television hosts have brought viewers into their living rooms, and music concerts have been shifted to virtual platforms from physical ones. At Emmanuel, the community has been …

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HUGHSON ONG: The Challenge of COVID-19 for Christian Higher Education

April 2, 2020 In the past couple of months, we saw how the COVID-19 virus developed from a regional epidemic to a global pandemic. Countries, states, and cities began to implement lockdown and quarantine measures, social institutions and organizations started to close down their offices and facilities, and people were asked to practise social distancing and, in some cases, self-isolate. …

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3 Ways to Prepare for a Career as a Pastor

March 26, 2020 Training to be a pastor is often exciting, enlightening, and transformative. At times, however, people preparing for pastoral ministry feel worried about finding stable work in today’s job market. “Will I be able to find a job once I’m done my training?” they might ask. “And what can I do to set myself up for success in …

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Emmanuel Temporarily Moves All Classes Online

March 19, 2020 This week Emmanuel temporarily shifted to all-online teaching in response to the COVID-19 situation. The decision was announced on Saturday and was effective immediately. Under the leadership of the Open Learning team, the College took the necessary steps to make this change without cancelling any classes. On Monday, scheduled classes proceed as usual, only through an online …

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History: Korean Student Paints Pictures in Kitchener Sanatorium

This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. March 12, 2020 Emmanuel Bible College is known for influencing and building up the church around the world through the brave efforts of its missionary students, alumni, staff, and faculty. The sacrificial service of people such as Edna Pridham, who …

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Students Show Leadership in Encouraging Prayer, Spiritual Growth

January 23, 2020 Emmanuel students are developing and displaying leadership skills as they encourage each other to pray and grow spiritually. This semester has already seen the start of a new regular prayer gathering. Joshua Grant, a student who began attending the College earlier this month, decided to host a daily prayer meeting in the residence building. Fittingly, the idea …

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History: Revival on the Emmanuel Grounds

This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. January 16, 2020 In 1964 Emmanuel Bible College moved from its location on Ahrens Street in Kitchener to a large property on Fergus Avenue in the eastern part of the city. Throughout the nearly six decades since that move, the …