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Do you have books in your pastoral library that are just collecting dust? Put them to use! Send them to our theological library in Haiti! If you have books to send to us, just email us at books@emmaus.edu.ht.
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Meet and hear the experience of 4th-year student Jopnel Joseph
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They always tell me that when my mom was pregnant, the whole pregnancy, every time she went to the doctor, they said there was no sign of life.  The doctors told her I was dead, and everyone told her to have an abortion. For some reason, she always says that she wouldn’t let me go....
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I’m not quite sure how to wrap words around this, but you know me…I’ll try! Today I was sitting down with Camille, one of my favorite first year students…soft-spoken, clear-eyed, sweet-smiled, slow to speak and always visibly rolling his words over in his mind before he speaks them. He was telling me his story.  Start...
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By Stacey Ayars I do the finances ’cause somebody’s gotta do it.  I teach English because it helps me build great relationships with the students.  But learning and sharing people’s stories is just my very very favorite. As I was reading the to the girls tonight about the Israelites, right before Joshua died, our hearts...
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We had the most just GOOD convocation service this past Wednesday.  It was just GOOD.  The worship was fantastic. The sermon was convicting and humbling, the prayer time was powerful, praying over our first year class was beautiful.  Listening to them read their commitment to holy living and humble service and to be family…reading with...
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I grew up going to the Haitian Catholic Church, listening to the same liturgy over and over, always the same thing, always on repeat. But to be Haitian, in my family, was to be of a Haitian Catholic Voodoo worldview. When I got older, I became really ill, and had fever and pains in my stomach...
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