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It is with both joy and sadness that we remember and celebrate the life of Emmaus President Emeritus Dr. O. William Cooper, passing into God’s presence on November 11th. President from 2001 to 2010, we will always remember Dr. Bill’s heart, passion and investment in young Haitian men and women, and his unwavering devotion to the quality teaching of God’s Word.  “Good enough” was not in Dr. Bill’s vocabulary. He...
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Yesterday’s Youth Ministry class, taught by Claudia Charlot, was alive with vibrant discussion and Biblical research regarding God’s call for purity in our relationships.  We praise the Lord for practical and powerful classes such as this, and for the protection of staff and students as they come and go.  Our associate dean of the school of theology, Dr. Guenson Charlot, reminded us this: “While we need to be wise and...
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As staff and students have been deliberately sharing God’s Word in our village every Thursday around Emmaus, we’ve been looking for ways to share God’s love, too. This week, that meant students hooking up kiddos—both those heading to school and those not—with notebooks, pencils, school supplies, the Gospel and prayer.  As we train, equip and love our students, they are touching, transforming and loving on entire communities. When you support...
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Five different language courses are being offered this semester at Emmaus: English One and Three, Academic French, Greek One, and the Fundamentals of Hebrew. We love equipping our students with languages that will make more texts and resources available to support their ministries!  We also strongly believe that biblical language training enables pastors, educators and ministry leaders to engage with biblical texts and critical scholarship with integrity, clarity, wisdom, humility...
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