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Emmanuel Institutes Seeks Top Students

by | 2 November, 2011 | 0 comments

This week the Emmanuel Institutes announced a new program–and an opportunity for 15 students to earn a full scholarship.

Next August the institute will host its first-ever Ministry Immersion Week as an opportunity for emerging church leaders from undergraduate programs. Students will gather for a week of “comprehensive exposure to the ‘ins and outs’ of ministry best practices.”

The organization is inviting other Restoration Movement colleges and universities to encourage their top students to apply, and 15 will be selected to participate with no expenses beyond the $50 application fee. The East 91st Street Christian Church Foundation and contributions from 33 partner churches and organizations are making this opportunity possible.

Find out more, including eligibility and application requirements, at the Emmanuel Institutes website.


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