FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. — The Women's Ministries of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) brought a very generous offering of more than $67,000 to Emmanuel College's 68th Annual Feast of Ingathering on October 2, 2015.
I have been Associate Pastor of Bethany for almost 4 years. I have been married to my awesome wife, Jennifer, for 13 years and have 4 wonderful (mostly) kids: Kristen, Zoey, Ayden, and Elijah. I came to Bethany as Associate Pastor in 2010, but my route to Bethany was a strange one. I was born in Greenwood, SC in 1979. I married my beautiful wife, Jennifer, and graduated from Lander University in 2001. I immediately moved to Hartwell, GA to manage the Wal-Mart SuperCenter. I began to attend Bethany Baptist Church in 2003.
Harold Rhoades is a Georgia Licensed Psychologist with more than 25 years clinical experience specializing in couples, marriage, families, and adults. He has extensive experience with personality disorders, dissociative identity disorder, mood disorders, spiritual direction, and adjustment issues. He is the director of Healing Springs Retreat Ministry, a retreat house for couples, marriage enrichment, individuals, families, and ministers needing time for rest, reflection, and restoration. In addition to many insurance panels, he is a Medicare provider. Dr.
For the fourth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report names Emmanuel College as tier one and again ranks EC in the Top 50 as a Best Regional College (South).
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. -- One of the largest unrestricted gifts ever received in the 96-year history of Emmanuel College comes from the estate of Mr. John Boyce (Class of 1938).
The check for $400,000 was presented to President Ron White on August 12, 2015, by Mr. Boyce's brother Ray.
Gloria Bona (EC ’73) earned her A.A. from Emmanuel College and her B.A. in Socioloy from Belmont Abbey College. She recieved her M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education from the University of Georgia. She has taken further graduate coursework at the at University of Georgia and Brenau University. She has taught in the classroom for 23 years with the majority of that time spent teaching first graders. In addition to first grade, she has also taught K-5.
Dr. Pam Goodman has been an educator for 21 years and currently serves as a full-time instructor in the Business Technology department at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, S.C. Dr. Goodman earned a B.S.Ed. and M.Ed. in Business Education as well as an Ed.D. in Occupational Studies from the University of Georgia. She holds Georgia certifications in Business Education, Educational Leadership, Director of Technology/Career Education, and Teacher Support Specialist.
Dr. Brittain holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has done post-doctoral studies at the University of Georgia (Athens) and summer study at the Aspen School of Music. At Emmanuel College, Dr. Brittain directs the College Chorale, teaches Choral Music Education and Choral Conducting classes, teaches voice, and accompanies vocal students.