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Learning at Emmaus happens both in and outside of the classroom. We demand and push our students to achieve excellence in the their academic performance; but we also realize the need to have real world experience that gives you a learning and growth to complement your studies. Read the stories and click on the links below to see some of the “real world” experiences our students are involved in, and how you can be part of this growing experience.”

 

His Mansion Opportunity

Posted by Jesse Fullan on September 28, 2012 @ 2:16 PM

This past Spring, students were afforded the opportunity to get some real-world experience at His Mansion, a Christian community focused on rehabilitation and counseling. Ben Mathew (program director) sent this update in the middle of the trip:

Dear EBC Faculty & Staff,

We’re coming into our 2nd week of the His Mansion internship here in New Hampshire and praising God for all His good provisions.  The 1st week was a lot of physical labor: cutting down trees, clearing fields, tending animals, cleaning, painting and just a lot of time serving the physical needs of this community.  It was a good experience for the students as they got to see the life of residents here, and engage with them in some meaningful relationships and conversations.  We praise God for all the safety He has provided, and the encouragement we been able to provide, and the encouragement we’ve received as well.

We spent our day off in downtown Boston exploring all the history and culture of the city.  It was a first-time experience for many of the students and a great time had by all.

This 2nd week will be more of a classroom experience, with different teachers and instructors training us on the different aspects of ministry while up here on the hill.  Pray that our students really take advantage of this training and that they will be able to incorporate what they’ve learned here into their own lives and ministries.  There are a number of other students from many other schools (Wheaton, Trinity, Houghton) and it’s been good to network with other programs from around the country.

We’ve been able to connect with a number of EBC alumni as well, and it’s been encouraging to see how the Lord is working through our graduates in this part of the country.  Much prayer is need for our alum as they engage this dark and dying world with the truth and light of God in Christ Jesus.

Your prayers are very much appreciated, and we look forward to seeing you all soon.  Blessings.

Ben

Clarity Clinic Work Day

Posted by Jesse Fullan on September 28, 2012 @ 2:00 PM

Counseling Psychology Hosts a Work Day at the Clarity Clinic.

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Come join us for a day of work to encourage the ministry of the Clarity Clinic. Painting, cleaning, and all kinds of work will need to be done to help out this needed and important ministry in our community.A sign up list will be posted on the Counseling Psychology board with different shifts throughout the day. Please consider signing up when it works with your schedule.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

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Good Will Hunting Movie Night

Posted by Jesse Fullan on September 28, 2012 @ 1:59 PM

The Counseling Psychology Department Presents DINNER & A MOVIE. You are invited to a night of Food, Fun, Fellowship and Film at the Mathew house on Friday, February 26th, 2010 at 5:30pm. We’ll enjoy a wonderful meal, and watch a great Counseling Psychology film, “Good Will Hunting.”

Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, February 22nd at bmathew@emmaus.edu or call/text (563) 564-9132. Feel free to send a message through Facebook as well.

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Counseling Psychology Prayer Time

Posted by Jesse Fullan on September 28, 2012 @ 1:45 PM

Please join the Counseling Psychology Department for a time of prayer on Wednesday, February 8th at 2:00pm in Classroom C. Feel free to submit a prayer request or praise item on the back of this form and return it back to Mr. Mathew. Or just send a message to him on Facebook or email at bmathew@emmaus.edu. We look forward to seeing you all then.

“The prayer of a person living right with God is something powerful to be reckoned with. Elijah, for instance, human just like us, prayed hard that it wouldn't rain, and it didn't—not a drop for three and a half years. Then he prayed that it would rain, and it did. The showers came and everything started growing again.” (James 5:16-18, The Message)

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