TRANSFORMATION STARTS HERE
TRANSFORMATION STARTS HERE
Building the Kingdom.
Emmaus Biblical Seminary exists to develop Christ-like leaders for the transformation of Haiti. We do this through undergraduate and graduate-level training rooted in the Wesleyan-holiness tradition. EBS is committed to not only academic rigour and world-class education, but also making disciples, church planters, and transformative leaders.
ALUMNI IN MINISTRY
Help Us Change a Nation.
To change a nation, change its leaders. Emmaus Biblical Seminary has a rich, 50-year history of mentoring and discipling students to become holy leaders in the image of Christ. A year at EBS costs students about $500US. Because of the economic hardship in Haiti, EBS substantially subsidizes student tuition and fees so that students can afford it. Your investment will help change a nation for the Gospel. You can make a difference.
Our pursuit of academic excellence flows from our commitment to Scripture’s mandate to love the Lord God with all of our minds (Mark 12:30) and from the Bible’s emphasis on the importance of theological education for those called to ministry.
Bachelor of Theology
The BTh Program, by emphasizing the centrality of the Word of God, prepares students to be a witness for Christ in the culture that they are called to minister to (primarily Haitian culture) and the contemporary world by giving students a thorough grounding in the truth of God’s word and teaching the Bible in the context of its setting, demonstrating the relevance of the authority of the Bible today. The BTh program also focuses on developing leaders for the ministry of discipleship and formation—understanding the biblical, educational, and organizational principles at the foundations of effective ministry.
Master of Education
Developing Haiti through the education of its citizenry requires a greater number of qualified teachers and administrators. To that end, the MEIA degree will prepare persons to serve as teachers and administrators in the public and private schools of Haiti. However, the MEIA program will be unique in that it will prepare practicing teachers and administrators to supervise teachers, which will undoubtedly raise the level of teaching and learning in the classroom. The focus on supervision of teachers will not only enhance the quality of Haiti’s teachers, it will also increase a school’s ability to educate Haiti’s citizenry more effectively.
Master of Christian Leadership
The program leading to the Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL) degree is designed to provide graduate-level biblical and theological education that prepares students for leadership roles in a wide variety of ministry settings. The MACL prepares students to assume leadership positions in churches, Christian schools and colleges, missions organizations and local communities.
Master of Theological Studies
EBS and Indiana Wesleyan University have partnered together to offer a Master’s of Theological Studies (MTS) degree program on the EBS campus for prospective students living in northern Haiti. The program is a hybrid residential/correspondence program. Students spend five days every eight weeks on the EBS campus with the IWU course instructor, then follows up that time with rigorous academic work via correspondence.The degree can be completed in 2.5 years of full-time study.
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News & Updates.
Content courtesy of olivecove.org Pastor Cebien Alexis (class of 1981) has dedicated his entire adult life to the ministry of the gospel in his native Haiti. The primary aim of EBAC’s ministry is to spread the gospel and plant churches. Since 1971, he has planted over 200 churches throughout the country. Although EBAC is headquartered near Cap Haitien in the far north of Haiti their work extends over broad sections of the country and focuses mainly on areas where...
EBS had the wonderful privilege of helping the church plant at Fev purchase a sowing machine for the community. In efforts to make this community and church economically sustainable, Pastor Walnique is starting a small sowing...
EBS is now on Instagram! Follow us here: https://www.instagram.com/ebs_haiti/
The cherished Heckman family headed home last week to visit with family and friends for the summer. As Phil and Emily return next academic year, they will be shifting from full-time to part-time. For the next academic year, Emily will serve as an EBS Development Representative for thirty weeks of the year that she will be in the US. While in Haiti for the other twenty-two weeks, Emily will serve as Hospitality Coordinator. Phil will serve as a special project...
The EBS Board of Directors were together for bi-annual meetings just a couple of weeks ago in Philadelphia. Great fellowship and lots of excellent progress for an exciting and robust future at Emmaus! A special thanks to Pastor Jerome Lewis at Seeds of Greatness for hosting an amazing time together!...
The new classroom building is well underway! We have $150,000.00 of the needed $200,000.00 for the project. Just another $50K to go! Thanks to those who have so generously given to this project already. We couldn't have done this without you. To donate to the project, go here. ...
EBS is pleased to announce that OMS Missionaries Rob and Lori McGhee will be joining the EBS Team effective immediately! Prior to coming to Haiti in 2017, Rob and Lori worked with the US Military; Rob in Information Technology and Lori in accounting. Rob and Lori are originally from Virginia. At EBS, Rob will be taking the role of Director of Information Technology (IT). Lori will be filling two roles at EBS: (1) Business Office Manager and (2) Hospitality...
May 11 Graduation! May 18–21 President Matt Ayars speaking at NorthRidge Church, Sabetha, KS May 26–June 4 Calvary UMC Team at EBS June 3 President Matt Ayars speaking at Seeds of Greatness Bible Church, New Castle, DE June 9–16 White Clay Presbyterian Church visits EBS June 9–10 President Matt Ayars speaking at Cornerstone United Methodist Congregation, Bear, DE June 11–12 EBS Board Meetings, New Castle, DE June 18–25 CCChurch visits EBS June 21 President Matt...
They always tell me that when my mom was pregnant, the whole pregnancy, every time she went to the doctor, they said there was no sign of life. The doctors told her I was dead, and everyone told her to have an abortion. For some reason, she always says that she wouldn’t let me go. When the time came for her to deliver, I was born feet first, and I was very sick and weak, but I was alive.
I'm not quite sure how to wrap words around this, but you know me...I'll try! Today I was sitting down with Camille, one of my favorite first year students...soft-spoken, clear-eyed, sweet-smiled, slow to speak and always visibly rolling his words over in his mind before he speaks them. He was telling me his story. Start to finish, highlights and prayers, dreams and visions. I've been asking a lot of questions of students lately and gathering up lots of little...
Collecting the stories of our students is the part of my job that most forces me to count my blessings. I say "force", but to be fair, their stories bring gratefulness upon me effortlessly. I am just so thankful of God's gracious pursuit of us. There might be lots of differences. I may have no dreams or witchdoctors or prophets in mine, like many in other parts of the world do. But each story captures the same image that is resounding in mine: Jesus with his...