President Ron White is challenging all of the Emmanuel College community to fast and pray for Emmanuel for 21 days from February 10 - March 3, 2015. During this time, we are asking God for more of His presence in our midst and for miracles.
Please check this page frequently as we add daily updates, testimonies and discussions on what God is doing.
Helpful Links on Fasting
- Your Personal Guide to Prayer and Fasting by CRU
- When You Fast by Dr. Charles Stanley
- The Forgotten Half of Fasting by Relevant Magazine's Lisa Velthouse
- Fasting: Words from Church History
- Quote 1
- Quote 2
- Video - Spiritual Keys to Fasting by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Nine Reasons to Fast, Part 1 by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Nine Reasons to Fast, Part 2 by Jentezen Franklin
- Video - Fasting: Clean Slate by Jentezen Franklin
SEND is an acronym for See Every Nation Discipled coined by the IPHC missions department almost ten years ago as we sought to have a small missions festival approach to missions awareness on our campus," says Dr. Tracy Reynolds, EC's SCM Dean."They will be with us most of the week to speak in chapels, classes, special events, and conducting one-on-one meetings with students interested in global missions and vocational ministry.
"We encourage students, faculty, staff, and friends from the community to join any of the classes or sessions listed. Please only females at the ladies event," he adds.
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SEND 2015 Speaking Schedule at Emmanuel College
Monday, February 2, 2015
7:00-8:00 pm in EC Café – Beth Salley, Stephanie Presley, Sky Liles, Madeline Lafferty, Dreama Bryant – Women in Ministry/Missions Coffeehouse Forum
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
11:00am in Swails – Todd Presley speaks in Convocation (Chris Maxwell)
2:00-3:15pm in Wellons 104 – Max Barroso and Awakening Team –Spiritual Formation class (Chris Maxwell)
2:00-3:15pm in Wellons 101 – Tim & Beth Salley and Todd & Stephanie Presley --SO172 Sociology (Sean Williamson)
3;30-4:45pm in Aaron 313 – Tim & Beth Salley speaking on cross-culture communication of the Gospel—BI390 Life & Epistles of Paul (Scott Ellington)
3:30-4:45pm in Pastor Tracy’s Office-SCM #103 – Todd & Stephanie Presley –MN285 Discipleship & Christian Education class (Tracy Reynolds) Topic: Ministering to families with special needs
6:00pm in Wellons 108 - Tim & Beth Salley in MN330 Introduction to Global Missions class (Terry Ross)
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
9:00am @ Aaron 212 – Todd & Stephanie Presley – BI232 Acts class. Topic: The daily leading of the Holy Spirit in ministry/missions. (Mike Luper)
3:00pm @ Taylor Chapel – entire SEND team - CAP Event/Forum on A Day in The Life of A Missionary (Tracy Reynolds & Mike Luper)
7:00pm @ Swails – Chapel with Max Barroso (Chris Maxwell)
Thursday, February 5, 2015
11am in Taylor Chapel – Madeline Lafferty speaks at SCM Chapel (Tracy Reynolds)
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Judy Lawson serves as an adjunct in the School of Education in the early childhood program. She retired from teaching elementary school children and holds a B.S.Ed in Early Childhood Education from Emmanuel College, and a Masters and a Specialist degree from Piedmont College. She lives in Lavonia, Georgia with her husband, and has two adult children.
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Anna Shelton received her MFA in Communication Design from Texas State University and teaches graphic design courses. She has worked in various areas of design since graduating from the Communications department at Emmanuel College in 2002. Her expertise includes graphic, web, interactive, packaging, environmental design, and fashion design. Recently, her in-house design team at CLEAResult won the 2014 Ragan Communications Award in the area of Corporate Rebranding. Anna is joining EC after spending 7 years in Atlanta and 4 and a half years in Austin, TX.
Kendal holds a B.A. with a double-major in Literature and Religion, from Emmanuel College, a M.A. in Communication / Performing Arts from Regent University, and a MFA in Acting and Directing from Regent University. He taught Communication and Theatre at Emmanuel College for 6 years (1997 - 2003) before moving to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a career in the film and television industry. He is a member of the Actor's Equity Association (AEA), the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (AFTRA).
Jon Campbell is a senior majoring in Psychology and Christian Ministries here at EC. He plans to pursue graduate work in the ministry field after graduation. In the meantime he is acting as the interim RD of Wellons Hall. Outside of school, John enjoys skateboarding playing guitar, reading, writing, and visits to Smiley Mart. "My greatest treasure of all is Jesus. Without compromise, my life’s purpose is to know Christ and be found in Him; my dream is to become like Him in every way, having Him be “'magnified in my body, whether by life or by death.'"
A native of the metropolitan New Orleans area, Casey came to Royston along with his family to seek refuge from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He lived at the home of his grandparents, Bill and Carole Stewart and soon began attending Emmanuel. After much prayer, his family made the decision to stay permantently in Royston in 2007 and Casey has called the area home since. He graduated Emmanuel in 2010 with a BA in Church Music and went on to earn a MM in Music Literature from the University of Georgia in 2012. Now, Casey has returned to Emmanuel to teach courses in music history.
Sue is originally form southern California but has also lived all across the country. She has an A.A. degree in early childhood education, a B.S. degree in psychology, a M.A. degree in dynamics of criminality, and expects to finish her Ph.D. in criminal justice this semester. Sue's career as a police officer included K-9, SWAT, fraud investigation, and time as a senior training officer. She taught at the police academy in North Carolina for five years and continued to provide training to police officers and departments nationwide.