News & Updates
Well, we're getting ready for the 2018–2019 school year to begin! Preparations include getting the campus cleaned up an ready to go, new student interviews, preprating for new student orientation and retreat, staff family day, and faculty forum.Should be an exciting...read more
Welcome Mark and Marybeth Leavell! The Leavells moved to Emmaus this week from West Africa Theological Seminary in Nigeria (WATS) and will be serving with us as the EBS Librarian (Dr. Mark) and the VP for Academics (Dr. Marybeth). We are very excited to have them on...read more
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...read more
Church Planting News
Seminary evangelism & church planting efforts around Haiti.
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...
The church plant in DuFour (Dee-Foo) will be celebrating a year soon, and while I have rejoiced to receive so many pictures and powerful testimonies, (remember "The Narrow Path" or "God at Work?") I have not been. Once again, it's been one of those precious and...
Oh, these are my (Stacey) favorite kinds of days. The ones where precious photos from somebody's cell phone come across my desk, and I can hear the water and I can feel the Spirit and I am touched with emotion, and I drop all the cash count forms and bank statements...
From the President
Student Spotlight & Testimonies
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You can be can be a direct part of what God is doing in and through the lives and ministries of our students.Give a scholarship (anonymously or in the name of a group or loved one) towards a pastor, church planter, evangelist, woman in ministry or community service project today!
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. As a result, we depend heavily on donors like you.
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...