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Chaldean Student Brings Fresh Perspective to Campus

November 14, 2019 One of the joys of being a part of the Emmanuel community is encountering people of differing perspectives and life experiences. The diversity in these areas among students, staff, faculty, and alumni is beneficial to everyone in the community and shapes our theology, biblical interpretation, and ministry. At present, one of the many people enriching the school …

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Pathways School of Ministry Awards Certificates to 2019 Graduates

November 7, 2019 Last Saturday Pathways School of Ministry commissioned its 2019 graduating class in a ceremony in Ancaster, Ontario. Pathways is run by the Central Canadian District of the Christian & Missionary Alliance and is designed to train people for service in the denomination. It offers an undergraduate certificate program in partnership with Emmanuel Bible College and a graduate …

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New Kitchen Opens, Serves Students

October 31, 2019 This Monday the College’s new kitchen officially opened and began to serve students, marking the close of a large-scale renovation project started earlier in the year. The kitchen was built to replace the food-services facilities previously located in the Campus Centre, one of the buildings included in the land sale that took place in fall 2018. In …

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Grad Draws Her Way through the Bible

October 23, 2019 Emmanuel alumna and visual artist Angela Demmans is sketching her way through the Bible one verse at a time. On a regular basis, sometimes multiple times a day, she does a colour illustration of a Bible verse, accompanied by the biblical text. The drawings are made available on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, where they are enjoyed by …

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Faculty and Staff to Hit the Road in Pursuit of New Kitchen Equipment

October 10, 2019 Next Saturday, October 19, Emmanuel will host its fifth annual Run to Fund event, in which participants will run a 5-kilometre circuit that begins and ends at the Emmanuel campus. Sponsors of the event, along with runners, are contributing funds that will go towards equipment to furnish the College’s new kitchen, which is approaching completion. The aim …

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Stay in the Know with the Newly Launched Monthly Newsletter

October 3, 2019 Last month Emmanuel launched its digital monthly newsletter, which is sent directly to recipients’ email inbox. The newsletter is designed to keep the Emmanuel community—students, faculty, alumni, donors, and others—current on events happening at the College and within our wider community. Featured content includes reports on recent happenings, updates on ongoing developments, and information about upcoming events. …

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Emmanuel Students Join Prayer Walk to Fight Human Trafficking

September 26, 2019 This past Saturday a number of Emmanuel students participated in the annual Walk4Freedom in Kitchener, a prayer walk meant to raise awareness about human trafficking, facilitate prayer for deliverance, and raise funds. The event, which took place in twenty-one cities across three Canadian provinces and in several locations outside the country, was organized by Fight4Freedom, an organization …

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Students Explore Ministry Opportunities at Field Education Fair

September 19, 2019 This week Emmanuel students connected with ministry professionals at the Field Education Fair, held on campus on Wednesday and Thursday. Representatives from churches and ministry organizations gathered in the J. H. Sherk Education Centre to offer volunteer and employment opportunities. Students are required to attain practical ministry experience that is guided by the school. The annual Fair, …

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Campus Update – August 2019

In April, we shared some changes taking place around campus. A lot has happened over the summer, so we thought it was time to update you again! Work to provide new utility services to the campus is complete. We now have new gas, water and hydro lines to provide the services we need. While this doesn’t seem very exciting, we …

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ReBoot: Helping missionary kids transition back to Canada

Last week, Emmanuel Bible College hosted ReBoot, a retreat organized by the Canadian MK Network to help missionary kids between the ages of 16 and 20 transition back to Canada for post-secondary education. Among other topics, the week included sessions on faith and culture, relationships, finances and employment.  We sat down with Isaac, one of the participants, to hear his …