Where He Leads Me – EC Student Spotlight on Aleiah Winchester

HOME. This was the word Aleiah Winchester heard while attending a church service in Hungary over the summer, where she served with a team from The Awakening. For many, this would have led to confusion, but Aleiah heard God’s voice clearly and felt immediate peace. From a young age, Aleiah felt a tug on her heart toward the mission…

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What’s Next? – EC Student Spotlight on Juan Burgos-Torres

What’s next? This was the question Juan Burgos-Torres asked himself after graduating from high school. Having played tennis in several national and international tournaments on the Junior Tour, he knew that he had a few options. “I could either shoot to go pro right away or look at other options,” he said. “I decided to come to the United…

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Shaping The Future – EC Student Spotlight on Briannah Henry 

Emmanuel College may reside in Franklin County, but for EC student, Briannah Henry, Franklin County has and always will be home.   Briannah began her journey at Emmanuel when she dual enrolled as a high school student at Franklin County HS. She quickly fell in love with the small campus and found comfort in being surrounded by other believers….

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Go Into The Nations – EC Student Spotlight on Jordan Wallum

Go Into the Nations. This was a calling EC sophomore, Jordan Wallum heard loud and clear as a sophomore in high school.  At the time, becoming a missionary was something Jordan was interested in, but hearing the Lord’s voice speak the words was the confirmation she needed.  Jordan accepted that calling and never looked back.  Another decision she was sure…

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A Helping Hand – EC Student Spotlight on Britney Lamey

Written by: Roger Hermosilla Hinijo Emmanuel College is known for its diversity among its student body. Students from across the world call our campus home during their four years of college.  Some come to Emmanuel for the college’s academic curriculum, others for its success across different athletic programs. However, a large population of our community seeks a combination of…

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Shoot Your Shot – EC Student Spotlight on Donna Mayo

Don’t be afraid to shoot your shot.  Heading into her junior year at Emmanuel, pre-law major, Donna Mayo reached out to History professor, Dr. Bob Fulton inquiring about potential internship opportunities.  He shared with her information about The Fund for American Studies program in Washington, D.C.  “I remember him telling me it was a very competitive program, but that…

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