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Is It Worth It?

Emanate graduation is almost here: Friday, December 13th! Departing from training here will be a big time of change for our graduates, bringing with it many reflections and heartfelt emotions. Here is […]

By |December 10th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Students|0 Comments

Lessons in Tone

What goes into learning a language and a culture? How do you even start? That is what students have been talking about in Emanate’s Culture and Language Acquisition (CLA) class. We […]

By |November 26th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Course|0 Comments

The Truth of Translation

NIV. KJV. NASB. ESV. NLT. Do these sound familiar to you? Many of you know that these are different translations of the Bible – and you’re likely familiar with one or more […]

By |November 12th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Course|0 Comments

Why Study Culture? (2)

In our last blog, we began discussing the importance of learning the culture of a people group. Emanate students recently learned lessons from veteran church planters who served among the “P” people of […]

By |October 29th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Course|0 Comments

Why Study Culture? (1)

What skills do we think we need to acquire in order to communicate the Gospel overseas? The first thing most people would think of is language, but is this the only thing we […]

By |October 17th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Course|0 Comments

Counting the Cost

What happens to Emanate’s Jungle Camp houses after the students and families move out? Eventually, they get torn down – with many of the materials reused the following year. Cedar, as it […]

By |September 5th, 2019|Jungle Camp, Off the Grid|0 Comments

More Than Camping Less Than Comfortable

Before Jungle Camp begins, students will be taught basics of “off grid living” such as: solar power hook ups and how to charge batteries from it, the creating and usage of clay stoves (where […]

By |June 15th, 2019|Alumni, Emanate, Emanate Course, Emanate Students, Jungle Camp|0 Comments

The Book Work.

The students are now more than halfway through with the semester. This is the second of three semesters, but it is the longest of them all. Starting in January and stretching all the way […]

By |April 18th, 2019|Alumni, Emanate, Emanate Course, Emanate Students|0 Comments

Why Emanate?

I heard about Emanate while I was in my second year at the Ethnos360 Bible Institute in Jackson, MI. There was a chance to visit Emanate and be involved in their Off the Grid […]

By |February 26th, 2019|Emanate, Emanate Students|0 Comments

Preparation or Qualification?

Is there a distinct difference between preparation and qualification as it relates to becoming a missionary? This is a question that I have been wrestling with for the last few years and even now […]

By |February 1st, 2019|Alumni, Emanate, Emanate Students|1 Comment