Emanate

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

Having This Ministry by the Mercy of God…

Well here we are again! Another year has passed and we are coming up to another graduation of students from Emanate. Twenty two of our students are faced with a decision; a choice that […]

By |December 7th, 2018|Alumni, Emanate, Emanate Course, Emanate Students|0 Comments

An Insider’s Look on the Life of the Students

Here at Emanate, the students are in classes from 8-12, Monday through Friday. The layout of these classes has an heavy emphasis on Bible training, methodology, and strategies for church planting. From the outside […]

By |November 16th, 2018|Alumni, Emanate, Emanate Students|1 Comment

What is CLA?

When you first arrive in a cross-cultural setting, you will be faced with the daunting task of learning culture and language.  Surrounded by strange customs and peculiar sounds, you must somehow distill all of this […]

By |November 2nd, 2018|Emanate, Emanate Course, Emanate Students|0 Comments

Field Health Week

Why is this orange getting stuck with a needle?  No, it’s not being vaccinated against “citrucitis”; it’s just helping Emanate students learn the proper way to give an injection!

We recently took a one-week intensive […]

By |October 18th, 2018|Emanate, Emanate Course|0 Comments

The Urgency and The Undertaking

Classes are well underway here at Emanate.  Returning students and new students alike joined together for our annual Global Perspectives conference – a chance to learn about some of the specific needs, opportunities, and […]

By |October 2nd, 2018|Emanate Course|0 Comments

Jungle Camp – Come Visit Us!

For the last three weeks, Emanate students have been living in a lush maple grove in small houses made of cedar poles, plastic, twine, and duct tape.

Living “off the grid” is new for most […]

By |June 28th, 2018|Jungle Camp|0 Comments

Jungle Camp – Why Hike?

The students at Emanate have two weeks to build their houses. That daunting task is compounded by the fact that the men’s building weeks are interrupted by a three-day backpacking trip along the Bruce […]

By |June 19th, 2018|Jungle Camp|0 Comments

Jungle Camp – Building Underway!

How quickly can we get these posts in the ground?  Who knew building a clay oven could take so long?

Emanate students have begun work on our Jungle Camp homes.  The days are long, with […]

By |June 7th, 2018|Jungle Camp|1 Comment