Here at Emmaus Church, we believe Jesus’s call to make disciples of all peoples includes not only our local neighbors here in Northeast Georgia but also our global neighbors in every tribe on the Earth. Therein, in a variety of ways, we seek to leverage our lives to make disciples globally - strategic partnerships, pastor training, short-term trips, and global church planting.
Beginning in January of 2018, Emmaus Church will be hosting a regional class of Perspectives, a discipleship course that will give you a new and deeper understanding of God's story in reconciling the world to Himself, and His desire for you to be a part of that story.
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The primary way that Emmaus Church engages our command to make disciples of all nations is through a long-term gospel-partnership with a small village in Western Uganda called Kaihura. Since 2014, we have sent three teams and engaged in multiple ongoing projects to help develop their community, strengthen their churches, and make disciples of their people.
In addition to our church-wide initiatives in Kaihura, the individual families of Emmaus Church are heavily invested in gospel-partnership here as well. 75+ children from Kaihura, Uganda are sponsored by Emmaus families in order to provide food, education, and clothes for these beautiful children. Our Children’s Ministry also sponsors several children from Kaihura, giving our kids the opportunity to engage in global missions as well.
On an annual basis (typically in the summer) we send at least one short-term missions team to the village of Kaihura, Uganda, in a gospel-centered effort to strengthen local churches, minister to orphans, train pastors, work on efforts to bring clean water to the people of Kaihura, equip school teachers, and much more.