Missions

One Story – God’s Story

How do you teach the gospel in another language and culture without the people simply adding this new “Jesus Talk” alongside their existing stories of gods, spirits, and powerful ancestors? What is the gospel and how can it […]

By |March 5th, 2021|Missions|0 Comments

A Healthy Kind of FAT

Here in North America, many of us live lifestyles marked by laziness, creature comforts, lack of exercise, and plenty of unhealthy food. We all know where this lifestyle leads. Despite our infatuation with our […]

By |February 5th, 2021|Missions|0 Comments

Whatever It Takes

Back in 1942, Paul Fleming and the other founding members of New Tribes Mission (NTM) found their hearts burdened to reach people in the farthest reaches of the earth who had not yet heard […]

By |October 23rd, 2020|Missions|1 Comment

God’s Gate-Crashing Glory

At the beginning of the semester, Emanate hosted our annual Global Perspectives conference – a time where students and staff heard about the work that God is doing around the world. “Gate Crashers” […]

By |October 2nd, 2020|Emanate, Emanate Course, Missions|1 Comment

The Long Haul

Millennials and Generation Z have the reputation of being job-hoppers, frequently moving from company to company in search of the “right fit” or the best “growth opportunities." To be fair, however, this phenomenon isn't limited to either of these younger generations.

By |July 28th, 2020|Emanate, Emanate Course, Missions|0 Comments

Amazing Grace and the Sinking Boat

One of our primary objectives at Emanate is for students to learn how to clearly communicate the gospel into another worldview. This is no easy feat, as every culture has erected barriers and obstacles […]

By |June 23rd, 2020|Emanate, Emanate Staff, Missions|0 Comments

The Ideal Missionary?

Planting thriving churches where the light of the Gospel has never shone – this is truly an enormous task. It seems that it must take a special kind of person to survive and thrive […]

By |June 2nd, 2020|Missions|1 Comment