It sure doesn’t look like Jungle Camp is just around the corner! Just two weeks ago the back woods of Ethnos Canada’s property here in Durham were frozen and desolate. Now, even as we […]
There have been some strange sounds coming out of the mouths of second semester Emanate students recently. Our brows are furrowed as we contort our “speech apparatus” to perform in ways it never has […]
We often use the term “bush” to describe the jungle or areas where there is heavy forestry. This one term can describe many different environments from the intense jungles of Papua New Guinea to the more […]
The world is changing, and the reality is that changes in the world = changes in mission work. How is Emanate preparing students to serve in contexts that look different from years gone by?
Looking at the big picture means recognizing the immensity of God’s plan for reaching the nations. His work involves so much more than any one person, team, or training centre.
Article by Ryan Kurvits
Languages do exactly what God created them to – confuse people. In Genesis 11, God instructed mankind to fill the earth and to spread out after the Flood, but they disobeyed […]
Imagine waking up each morning to cool, crisp air. Someone gets up to get the fire in the stove started and you slowly begin your morning routine. You wait a bit for the fire […]
It’s that time of year again when Emanate and our students put out notifications about Jungle Camp. There are always questions as to what Jungle Camp is exactly, so hopefully this will help clear […]
Do you remember the days when you were in high school still struggling over their, there, and they’re? Maybe your situation wasn’t exactly like this, but you would still remember sitting in grammar class, […]