Please join us on Friday, March 31st as Music major, Anna Kitchens holds her Senior Recital entitled, “Dusk ‘til Dawn” at 5p.m. in Taylor Chapel.
“Dusk ‘til Dawn” will be a mixture of classical and spiritual pieces, a lecture, a spoken word poem, and a modern piece Anna has composed.
For Anna, this performance holds a personal meaning.
Like many children that grow up in the IPHC, Devin Stover, a Christian Ministries major, knew all about Emmanuel through attending church camps and Talent Quest. However, it wasn’t the testimonials of students or even a divine encounter with God that brought him to EC.
It was the gentle push of his loving grandmother who knew Emmanuel is where he needed to be.
“It was really my Grandmother that got me here,” Devin said. “She persuaded me every chance she could get.”
Winona Lake, I.N.- The Emmanuel Women's Basketball Team passed the first round of the NCCAA D1 Basketball National Championship and moved on to the Semi-Finals which took place last night. The ladies played against Mid-America Christian University and won a close one, 75-74.
Congratulations to EC’s Timia Reynolds for being named this year’s 2017 Kathy Freese Award Recipient.
Please join us March 17th- 26th at Hart County High School’s Lonnie Burns Fine Arts Center, as students from Emmanuel College and Hart County High School put on a production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
The show opens this Friday evening at 7:30p.m. and will run Saturday evening(7:30p.m.) and Sunday afternoon (2:30p.m.), with encore performances the following weekend with the same start times.
In many ways, an Admissions Recruiter is an ambassador for their college or university, as it’s their job to help the Admissions office make connections with interested students.
For Mackenzie “Mac” Dye, the responsibilities of a Recruiter come easy, as his love for Emmanuel College is evident moments after meeting him.
Anna Kitchens was registered for classes at Kennesaw State University, ready to pursue a degree in Art Education. She had her future all planned out, but then she heard God’s voice.
Halfway through her senior year of high school, Anna, a pastor’s daughter, began her own relationship with the Lord. In that newfound relationship, Anna began to feel a certain uneasiness about her decision to attend Kennesaw State.
Students leave Richard Pettigrew’s Bible classes in the School of Christian Ministries with a new understanding of the word, as Mr. Pettigrew’s passion for and knowledge of each book is evident in how he teaches.
Pettigrew’s relationship with the Lord however wasn’t always this simple.
February is Black History Month; but the members of the Black Empowerment Student Team (B.E.S.T.) aim to celebrate and share their culture every month of the year.
“Our organization promotes power in the lives of African Americans,” says Isaiah Helaire, one of the organization’s Event Coordinators. “Our goal is to get the black community more involved on and off campus.”
Encephalitis almost ended Chris Maxwell’s life. In 1996, Chris was diagnosed with Encephalitis and doctors did not believe he would survive. Although he survived, he now lives with severe brain damage and Epilepsy.
The scar tissue in his brain and life with epilepsy made him – and his family and friends – feel like the life they'd known changed suddenly and permanently.