Welcoming New Staff!

Emmaus Ministries is pleased and proud to announce that, beginning in June, we will be welcoming three new staff members to our team! Please check out their staff profiles and personal websites below.

 
Jacob and Samantha McRae Jacob and Samantha are first year staff members, having graduated from the Emmaus School of Biblical Studies in 2017. Jacob has undergone YWAM’s DTS course and has also spent time as a youth pastor for his home church in Virginia, his current passions are woodworking and training bible students. Samantha hails from Alaska, where she and Jacob met. Along with her passion for Inductive Bible Study, Samantha is an avid reader and lover of animals. Read more about their lives on their website: jacobsamantha.wordpress.com

Jacob and Samantha McRae

Jacob and Samantha are first year staff members, having graduated from the Emmaus School of Biblical Studies in 2017. Jacob has undergone YWAM’s DTS course and has also spent time as a youth pastor for his home church in Virginia, his current passions are woodworking and training bible students. Samantha hails from Alaska, where she and Jacob met. Along with her passion for Inductive Bible Study, Samantha is an avid reader and lover of animals. Read more about their lives on their website: jacobsamantha.wordpress.com

Stephen Ray Stephen Ray is a first year staff member. He was an Emmaus School of Biblical Studies student in 2016-2017. Stephen is a recent college graduate with a BA in Communication from Oakland University. He spent 6 consecutive summers on staff at Camp Lurecrest, and was an R.A. for three years at Oakland University. Stephen has a heart for one-on-one discipleship, and a gift for teaching. Read more about his life on his website: stephenrayblog.wordpress.com

Stephen Ray

Stephen Ray is a first year staff member. He was an Emmaus School of Biblical Studies student in 2016-2017. Stephen is a recent college graduate with a BA in Communication from Oakland University. He spent 6 consecutive summers on staff at Camp Lurecrest, and was an R.A. for three years at Oakland University. Stephen has a heart for one-on-one discipleship, and a gift for teaching. Read more about his life on his website: stephenrayblog.wordpress.com

 
Ellen Stark