School of Biblical Studies

The Emmaus School of Biblical Studies is our core ministry. Emmaus is a Bible and discipleship school with a variety of ways to engage with scripture. Students learn to observe, interpret, and apply the Bible using the Inductive Bible study method, studying the text in its historical and literary context.

Our 10 month school was formed through a partnership with Youth With a Mission’s School of Biblical Studies International. Emmaus further refined the school in 2017 to allow greater flexibility for students to intern in a local church or recieve a seminary at a partnering school  Emmaus exists to offer a curriculum similar to a YWAM SBS to students who have not taken the Discipleship Training School required by a typical YWAM SBS School. The requirements of the 10-month course are designed to enrich the student both academically and relationally.

Also checkout our Biblical Narrative Series below for a journey through the grand narrative of the Bible in 10 monthly lectures.

 
 
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Biblical Narrative Series

The Biblical Narrative Series takes participants on a journey through the Bible alongside our biblical studies students. This monthly series tells the story of the Bible through ten evening lectures which provide an overview for understanding the Bible as a whole.  These lectures will also explore the themes & setting of the books which make up each part of the story.  The Biblical Narrative Series is designed to be open to the public and accessible to all types of learners.  No experience or outside assignments required.

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School of Biblical Studies

From August - May, students in the School of Biblical Studies journey through the entirety of the Biblical narrative, utilizing the Inductive Method (IBS). This 20 hour per week program integrates academic and spiritual development through one-on-ones, weekly worship and community meals.  On-campus housing is available for students desiring  a truly immersive and communal experience. Students also have the option to pursue a seminary education or an internship in a local church.