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History: Teen Challenge Grads Enrich Emmanuel Community

September 17, 2020 This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. For Steve Prendergast, May 17, 2007, was a day of profound significance. For many years he had led a life fuelled by drugs and alcohol and had seen important relationships become seriously damaged. After losing the lower …

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Meet Dr. Neil Cudney, Emmanuel’s Interim Leader

September 3, 2020 Last week, Emmanuel Bible College announced that Dr. Neil Cudney would serve as the school’s interim leader. Dr. Cudney assumed his position on Monday and has been eagerly getting up to speed on the affairs of the College. Dr. Cudney has a long history with Emmanuel, and he says that it “holds a special place” for him. In 1964, the …

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New Interim Leader at Emmanuel Bible College

August 26, 2020 We are pleased to announce that as of September 1, 2020, Dr. Neil Cudney will be serving as the interim leader of Emmanuel Bible College. Dr. Cudney has previously worked for Ray of Hope and Christian Horizons, and he continues to co-pastor Mill Crossing Church in Hespeler. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Brock University in …

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History: Emmanuel Welcomes New Millennium with Diamond-Jubilee Celebration

August 13, 2020 This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. The academic year of 1999 to 2000 was one of special excitement for Emmanuel Bible College. In addition to the anticipation of the new millennium, the College was completing its sixtieth academic year. Much had changed since …

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Important Update from Emmanuel Bible College

August 6, 2020 We hope you are having a good summer and have started to think about the Fall semester, which is now only a little more than a month away. It is important for you to be aware of some changes that will be taking place at the College this Fall. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the …

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Important Update from the Board of Governors

July 20, 2020 Dear Emmanuel Community, This year has been one of change, challenge, and uncertainty. We are grateful to the students, employees, and supporters of Emmanuel Bible College for demonstrating resilience and commitment, thus enabling the school to continue carrying out its important kingdom work even under these difficult circumstances. We wish at this time to reaffirm the previously …

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History: Faculty Teach in Siberia after Fall of Soviet Union

July 9, 2020 This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. Emmanuel Bible College has always had a focus on missions and over the years has developed many important international relationships through the work of faculty, students, and alumni. One of the most fruitful and meaningful of these …

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‘We’re Here for You’: Mark Walther Helps Young People Navigate Life’s Challenges

June 25, 2020 It can be extremely difficult for evangelical youth and young adults to navigate contemporary Canadian society while remaining true to their faith and values. Various societal pressures combined with the many other challenges that arise at this stage in life—developing a strong sense of personal identity, choosing a career, making decisions about important relationships, and others—can make …

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History: From Tabernacle to Land of Learning: The Story of the Pridham Library

This year, as we celebrate Emmanuel’s eightieth anniversary, we will be posting monthly articles on the history of the College. June 11, 2020 In the 1920s, the Mennonite Brethren in Christ (MBC) purchased a piece of land in Kitchener to be used for camp meetings, which were large-scale multi-day Christian events featuring live music and preaching. On these grounds the …

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Plans for Fall 2020

June 1, 2020 Greetings from Emmanuel Bible College. We hope that you are doing well and are able to take advantage of the beautiful weather. I imagine you and your family might be using the nice weather to get out and shake off some of that cabin fever, just like I have. That includes feeling eager to get back to …