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Dec 5–9 marked the start of activity for the MTS program delivered by Indiana Wesleyan University on the EBS campus! The course was Christian Worldview taught by Professor Marc Mailloux who served as a missionary in France for over twenty years. Thanks to all who made it a success! Special thanks to Fanfan Joseph!
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I (Stacey) sent out this update for EBS today, and wanted to share it with you, too, from today: Long before the sun had it’s chance this morning, powerful songs of praiseradiating from the chapel woke our family. At first I was confused, and then remembered that on the last day of everysemester, deliberate times of...
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It is hard to believe that this is our last week together at Emmaus Biblical Seminary for 2016! Monday, President Matt Ayars preached on the paradoxical truth of Christmas…ALL that God is–His sovereignty, His grace, His love, His power–all wrapped up in a tiny baby. If He can do THAT, surely He can take all...
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They were ready to go, a dear invested brother jumped in and covered the trip (12 people, 4 days and nights, food, water, borrowed sound system, generator, fuel, Bibles, transportation and tent materials…$247 USD) and that’s how a part of the Emmaus body spent last weekend. My very favorite part about these trips is when...
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Aldy and I (Stacey) have been a lot of places together the past four years. Anytime I’ve said, “Is anybody willing to go…” Aldy and Moliere have said, “Yes.” We’ve walked narrow paths. We’ve planned services. We’ve climbed mountains We’ve even forded rivers. But the one place we hadn’t gone was home. Aldy lives at...
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Our Fall 2016 Intensives are now complete! Thanks to all who contributed to a great four weeks of teaching and training for the sake of manifesting the Glory of God!
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My eyes were spilling before Leme even started talking, just clicking through the pictures from this past weekend. I had a friend in college who erred on the side of dramatic, and I can still picture her waving her hands and asking in her bold sing-songy voice, “WHOOOOO DOES THAT!!??” It’s what I picture now,...
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This is a short little post for no small thing.  It’s absurd that I haven’t shared this with you earlier. Remember Matt’s beautiful feet dream and vision? I (Stacey) told you right after that that instead of waiting until they were DONE training, we were sending them out. Like right now. Our men and women...
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Monday was a different kind of Labor Day for Emmaus, the kick-off of our second set of intensives.  Everything has started well (aside from a rather ill visiting professor, who also has the unique joy of resting and recuperating in a house with three small girls 🙂 Dr. Bryan Easley and Dr. Gail Longbotham are...
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Friday our fourth year class and several visiting professors and Matt had a very interesting trip to the mosque in town. The darkness of mind and life presented there by the Imam and followers seemed so apparent to the students that they couldn’t imagine anyone thinking it was light. And yet, that’s often how darkness...
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