Matt Ayars

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We were thrilled to have Pastor Dave Strope from West Park United Methodist Church with us last week to teach Biblical Paradigms for Leadership in our Masters of Christian Leadership program. While on campus, Pastor Dave also preached in chapel on the importance of servant leadership. What we love about Pastor Dave is that he not only...
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EBS Rector Dr. Matt Ayars and his family will be at these locations for speaking engagements this summer. May 18–21 Northridge Church, Sabetha, KSJune 3 Seeds of Greatness Bible Church, New Castle, DEJune 9–10 Cornerstone Church, Bear DEJune 21 New Bedford Presbyterian Church, Pulaski, PAJune 24 Grace Ministries Church, Lockbourne, OH
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Emmaus was blessed Friday to have Dr. Charles Lake preach in chapel, speaking from Ephesians about replacing anger with compassion and bitterness with forgiveness. His practical and powerful message was a great challenge to head into ministry this weekend! Emmaüs a eu la bénédiction aujourd’hui d’inviter le Dr. Charles Lake à prêcher dans la chapelle,...
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Alright, a few shots from another busy week!  This week Marshall Daigre wrapped up the Biblical Doctrine of Holiness course, Pastor Fanfan Joseph finished 1 & 2 Samuel, and Miss. Pam concluded the Pauline Epistles. I love talking to our students about these classes, hearing all the input from the student’s perspective during the day...
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Glory, glory to God, today Emmaus Biblical Seminary of Haiti has been officially accredited by the Carribean Evangelical Theological Association (CETA), affirming that EBS measures up to global standards for higher education, and establishing Emmaus Biblical Seminary as the first and only school in all of Haiti, even on the entire island, to be so...
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Imagine you have almost 200, almost 500, almost 1000 students at your school, very limited resources, and a staff of passionate but ill-equipped teachers looking to you to help them manage crowded classrooms, build good curriculum, help with students with special needs…and figure out how to pay for it all.  There are courses you could take, degrees...
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An EBS alumnus recently visited me (Matt) just to catch up. Excellent Paul was one of my favorite students.    He was a non-traditional student that went from being homeless, to completing his secondary education at an older age, to then enroll at EBS. His heart looks like Jesus and is a “Flag-Ship” student for...
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