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  • An Invitation to Current Students at Northland International University

    While acknowledging the sovereign will of God, we recognize the challenges faced by students at Northland International University with the close of your beloved school. We support you with our prayers and are committed to your service as you seek the best place to complete your education.

    Emmaus Bible College (Dubuque, Iowa) welcomes all current Northland International University students in good standing to apply for admission with the accompanying benefits:

    • A fixed cost of $13,000/year* for the remainder of your Emmaus program (tuition, room & board, student service fees)
    • Waived application fee and accelerated application processing
    • Acceptance of all credit hours earned at NIU toward an Emmaus degree
    • Waived requirement that 50% of your program be completed at Emmaus

    At Emmaus Bible College, you don’t have to choose between a highly marketable professional program and a transformational encounter with God’s Word. This is relevant because the workforce, our churches and communities need more than just college graduates. They need moral, ethical professionals who lead by serving and excel by honoring Christ in their careers. Our carefully balanced programs deliver both outcomes at the same time, providing outstanding value for our students in a competitive college marketplace.

    Interested students may contact our admissions team at admissions@emmaus.edu or at 563-588-8000 x1320. We are committed to working with all NIU students as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure a smooth transition to Emmaus.

    * NIU students may elect this exclusive financial package or may pursue our other scholarship programs. However, this exclusive offer is not combinable with any other Emmaus aid.

  • An Invitation to Current Students at Clearwater Christian College

    While acknowledging the sovereign will of God, we recognize the challenges faced by students at Clearwater Christian College with the close of your beloved school. We support you with our prayers and are committed to your service as you seek the best place to complete your education.

    Emmaus Bible College (Dubuque, Iowa) welcomes all current Clearwater Christian College students in good standing to apply for admission with the accompanying benefits:

    • A fixed cost of $13,000/year* for the remainder of your Emmaus program (tuition, room & board, student service fees)
    • Waived application fee and accelerated application processing
    • Acceptance of all credit hours earned at CCC toward an Emmaus degree
    • Waived requirement that 50% of your program be completed at Emmaus
    At Emmaus Bible College, you don’t have to choose between a highly marketable professional program and a transformational encounter with God’s Word. This is relevant because the workforce, our churches and communities need more than just college graduates. They need moral, ethical professionals who lead by serving and excel by honoring Christ in their careers. Our carefully balanced programs deliver both outcomes at the same time, providing outstanding value for our students in a competitive college marketplace. 

    Interested students may contact our admissions team at admissions@emmaus.edu or at 563-588-8000 x1320. We are committed to working with all CCC students as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure a smooth transition to Emmaus.

    * CCC students may elect this exclusive financial package or may pursue our other scholarship programs. However, this exclusive offer is not combinable with any other Emmaus aid. Federal and/or private grants may further reduce this fixed cost for CCC students.

  • Accounts Payable/General Ledger Specialist

    Emmaus has an immediate need for an Accounts Payable/General Ledger Specialist. This full time position, with generous benefits, would be ideal for an individual who enjoys working with numbers and people in a Christian environment.  Mix ministry and mission, career and caring, and use your God given gifts and professional skills to help Emmaus fulfill its mission of educating and equipping learners to serve and lead in churches, ministries, communities and professions around the world.

    A love for the Lord’s work, basic training in accounting, good people skills and several years of experience are the key qualifications for this position. We will train you on the specifics.

    Flexible work schedule possible.

    Pay based on education/experience.

    Please submit resumes or recommendations to:

    Steven Jensen, Controller
    Emmaus Bible College
    2570 Asbury Road
    Dubuque, IA 52001

    OR by e-mail at smjensen@emmaus.edu
    Questions? Please call 563-588-8000, ext 2214.

    Download Full Job Description

  • 2015 Prophecy Up Close Conference

    Understanding the Word. Discerning the Times.

    Emmaus Bible College, with the Friends of Israel, would like to invite you to the 2015 Prophecy Up Close Conference at Emmaus on Saturday, March 21, 2015. The conference will explore tough questions we face in an uncertain world, like "Where is God in Israel's battle to survive?" "Is the Middle East turmoil a prelude to the coming battle?" "How should churches be treating Israel today?" "How does God view Israel, America, and the nations?"

    Steve Herzig, Director of North American Ministries at FOI, and Bruce Scott, Field Ministries Director, will speak on truths about Israel, and its place in prophecy. From Emmaus, Dr. David MacLeod and Dr. Steven Sanchez will also speak. 

    Saturday, March 21, 2015
    Registration and seating begin at 8:30 a.m. Sessions will go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Location:
    EMMAUS BIBLE COLLEGE
    2570 Asbury Rd.
    Dubuque, Iowa  52001

    Cost: $25 per person (includes registration, continental breakfast, sessions, and lunch)

    The conference will include a continental breakfast, messages on the truths of Israel and events taking place in the world, and lunch. It will conclude with a Q&A session in the afternoon.

    Register Online

     

     
     

  • Emmaus Ensemble On Annual Spring Break Tour

    While other Emmaus students head home for spring break, the members of the Emmaus Ensemble board the bus to embark on their annual spring break tour. This year, the Ensemble is traveling to the Northeast, visiting New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. 

    March 8 at 6:00pm - Valley Bible Chapel, Washington Township, NJ
    March 10 at 7:30pm - Mountain Ridge Bible Chapel, Berkeley Heights, NJ
    March 11 at 7:15pm - Bethany Bible Chapel, Toms River, NJ
    March 12 at 7:00pm - Malvern Bible Chapel, Malvern, PA

    The musical group, directed by Elisa Cooper, is composed of eighteen students, representing five different countries and five different states:

    Juan Arjona - Santiago del Estero, Argentina
    Reagan Ashley - Peotone, IL
    Julia Borman - San Antonio de Pinchincha, Ecuador
    Sarah Borman - San Antonio de Pinchincha, Ecuador
    Brian Burton - Knightdale, NC
    Ana Crawford - Ensenada, Mexico
    Annie Dirks - Dubuque, IA
    Paola Gonzalez - Bogota, Colombia
    Raymundo Guerra - South Houston, TX
    Andrew Gutknecht - Dubuque, IA
    Steven Jabini - Paramaribo, Suriname
    Arthur Manning - Dubuque, IA
    Carrie Pont - Oelwein, IA
    Thane Redding - Lynnville, IA
    Amanda Rewa - Lake City, MI
    Joshua Schorle - Atlantic, IA
    Bethany Urban - Quimby, IA
    Jephthah Yarian - Davenport, IA

    The tour program is based around the theme "God is Able: Sing Like Never Before," and includes beloved hymns "Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed" and "Great is Thy Faithfulness," traditional spirituals "Do Lord, Remember Me" and "Soon and Very Soon" (an annual favorite), and a number of other songs in various genres. If you're interested in learning more, click here to download the full program.

    Jon Glock, Vice President for Advancement at Emmaus, will serve as MC for the tour concerts.
     

  • Bible/Theology Department Faculty

    Emmaus Bible College is seeking applicants for a faculty position in Bible and theology for Fall 2015. The college is seeking candidates with the following credentials and experience:

    EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

    1. A minimum of a master’s degree in Biblical or theological studies (strong preference for a person holding a ThM, ThD, or PhD)
    2. Preferred specialization in hermeneutics and/or systematic theology
    3. Teaching experience in formal academic settings (college teaching experience preferred)

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND DISPOSITIONS

    1. Born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ
    2. Demonstrated Christian character
    3. Alignment with the Doctrinal Statement of Emmaus Bible College
    4. Commitment to the Mission, Core Values, and Institutional Goals of Emmaus Bible College
    5. Demonstrated understanding of, experience with, and commitment to ministering among Plymouth brethren assemblies
    6. Currency in the discipline as demonstrated by active professional development and scholarship
    7. Ability to work collaboratively with respect to course development and delivery and achievement of institutional mission and goals
    8. Ability to teach effectively with a commitment to the scholarship of teaching and learning
    9. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    10. High professional, ethical, and moral standards
    11. Willingness to serve
    12. Recommendations of quality performance

    Please submit resumes or recommendations to:

    Dr. Lisa Beatty, Vice-President for Academic Affairs
    Emmaus Bible College
    2570 Asbury Road
    Dubuque, IA 52001

    Or submit by email to lbeatty@emmaus.edu.

    Download full job description

     

     

  • Distance Learning Positions

    In order to meet the needs of future students seeking access to high-quality, biblical education, Emmaus Bible College is launching a new initiative called Emmaus Distance Learning (EDL). We are excited about the prospect of providing increased access to Emmaus Bible College for-credit coursework through a high-quality, learner-centered and flexible online learning platform. Once fully developed, EDL will provide opportunities for learners from around the globe to study at Emmaus.

    We are currently seeking candidates for two Emmaus Distance Learning positions -- an EDL Administrative Coordinator who will interact directly with EDL students as well as provide administrative support for the EDL Director, and an EDL Systems Administrator with primary responsibility for design and management of the learning management platform (Moodle). Please visit www.emmaus.edu/jobs to view position descriptions and consider applying, or share the information with individuals who might be a good fit for these needs.

    Thanks for praying for the development of Emmaus Distance Learning!

    Dr. Lisa Beatty
    Vice President for Academic Affairs

    Dr. Frankin Jabini
    Director, Emmaus Distance Learning

  • Christian Ministry Seminars at Emmaus

    Christian Ministry Seminars (CMS) will be from February 2-4, 2015 at Emmaus Bible College. The college is looking forward to hosting over 30 different camps, churches, ministries and organizations on campus for this annual event. Throughout Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Emmaus students will hear from our Plenary speaker, Dave Hart.

    Dave serves as Ministry Director at Living Waters Bible Camp in southwestern Wisconsin. For the past 38 years his calling in ministry has been to “present everyone perfect in Christ" (Colossians 1.28-29), equipping believers to live lives that showcase the transforming power of the gospel (Philippians 1.27). Dave holds a BS.Ed in Secondary Education from Millersville University and a ThM in New Testament from Dallas Seminary. He has spent 38 years serving the Lord in youth ministry, camping ministry, serving in local churches as elder and pastor, and on the boards of para-church ministries.

    Dave writes that as valuable as this training has been, none has shaped him more than his wife of 24 years, Sandy. It is her steady love, her quiet godliness, and her dogged commitment to prayer that God has used to pour grace into Dave’s life. Last, but not least, God gave them three children (Monica, Aubrey, and Ethan) to keep him grounded, to burst all his theories about raising children, and to fill his days with laughter. As a Bible teacher, his driving passion is to make the Scriptures come alive in a way that is simple and clear.

    In addition to plenary sessions with Dave, students will also have the opportunity to attend several classroom seminars, learning more about the various ministries and organizations in attendance. When not in sessions or seminars, students will be able to visit the many booths set up throughout the campus, gathering information and gaining contacts for ministry service, internships, and vocation.

    We are excited to have Dave as a speaker, and look forward to spending time with the numerous camps, ministries, and organizations in attendance.


  • O Holy Night

     

    “It was a dark and stormy night...” Such is the common opening line to a scary story. Interesting how we associate fear and darkness! The connection between them is common, in part, because we’re accustomed to the sad reality that bad things happen at night. Under the cover of darkness predators lurk, steal, and hurt others, hiding their misdeeds under a blanket of anonymity. And so nocturnal fears, even imagined ones, have become part of our humanity.

    But wonder of wonders: in the Christmas story God breaks through the darkness. It was at night, while Joseph dreamt, that an angel appeared and removed his fears and announced the coming Savior. It was at night, while shepherds tended their flocks that heaven pierced through the darkness with news of great joy for all humanity. At nightfall the angelic choir sang. It was at night that the wise men followed the guiding star that led them to the infant. When Jesus was born, God broke through the darkness of human fear and despair with resplendent light.

    God not only breaks into human history, however, He also pierces through the darkness of the human heart. Jesus declared "I am the light of the world” (John 8:12) and “I have come into the world as light, so that whoever believes in me may not remain in darkness" (John 12:46). It is because of that night that we are free from darkness and bondage. It is because of that night we have the light of Christ in our hearts. For it was on that night that Christ came to earth to save us from darkness and death.

    Thanks be to God for that Holy night!

  • Happy Thanksgiving from Emmaus!

    Happy Thanksgiving from Emmaus Bible College! We are grateful for many things: our students (current and former), our faculty/staff and board members, a good semester so far, encouraging signs of growth at the college, and much more. Most of all, we're thankful for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who "gave Himself as a ransom for all."

    As we gather together with our families and friends, whether verbally or just in our hearts, "let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our salvation! Let us come into His presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to Him with songs of praise!" (Psalm 95:1-2)


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