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I grew up in a home that had a love for what God loves. We were not wealthy by any means, and even our church which my father helped build was built of coconut branches, and we had to rebuild it three times a year due to storms. But the love and sacrifice my father...
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When I was a child, I was born into a non-Christian family who didn’t know God at all.  My mother and father were two people who fell in love, but my father was already married to another woman and had children with her.  My mom became pregnant with me, gave me to her parents as soon as...
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What is former president Dr. Matt Ayars excited about? What is current president Dr. Guenson Charlot praising the Lord for? How can you be praying and coming alongside of what God is doing at and through Emmaus University? This seven minute video will catch you up in a powerful way! If you’re ready to join...
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“I was born in Labrier, not far from Emmaus, and I was born into a family that was truly vulnerable and not Christian. The way we grew up, we just didn’t have any capacity. My father worked hard in the garden, but often we didn’t have any extra money for school, and I had to...
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My little brother, sisters and I were born into a Catholic family, but we were never set on one path. We attended a Jehovah’s Witness school, always teaching me one set of truths, and on Sunday, the Catholic Church would teach us a different set. When I was only seven, our father died, and one...
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I grew up in a family with my parents and two brothers. My mom was a Christian, but not my dad. In children’s church I always learned to follow Jesus and I wanted to. My dad eventually became a Christian also, and I ended up at Discipleship Church. I was baptized there, and I’ve been...
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“I grew up in Grand Riviere du Nord, where my father was a boko, a witchdoctor. As with many witchdoctors, he had many wives, thirteen.  So, I was one of 64 children of my father.  We had four moms that lived in the main house with me and my brothers and sisters, and the rest of the wives lived...
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Summers at Emmaus are busy! Most of the time at Emmaus is spent preparing for the upcoming school year.
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Tomorrow, these 18 students won't be in one of their most important classes.
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I know we just came off of a nice break, and Christmas, and New Years, and that’s all supposed to be the highlights.  And there are some sweet memories (and a lot of sick ones.)   But today? Today was where it’s all at…today I left the finance pile on my desk and left a...
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