Well, our first week of the Fall 2018 semester is behind us and it was a busy week! This week EBS hosted three degree programs (six cohorts) and lots of progress on the new building project.
Courses last week included:
- Course Development and Design (Master’s of Education)
- Contemporary Theories and Practice of Leadership part II (Master’s of Arts in Christian Leadership)
- Methodology (Bachelor’s in Theology)
- Pastoral Theology (Bachelor’s in Theology)
- Christian Ethics (Bachelor’s in Theology)
Also, our new solar batteries on en route! Should be here in two weeks. This will help us save approximately $1000 monthly!
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 teaches about servant leadership, but he is a servant leader. At EBS, our faculty ARE our curriculum.
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, parlant d’Éphésiens sur le remplacement de la colère par la compassion et l’amertume par le pardon. Son message pratique et puissant était un grand défi pour entrer dans le ministère ce week-end!