Post college care and support

Students are offered support to find ministry placements following their graduation.  The college works in close liaison with their sending churches. The mission college staff team also stay in proactive contact with students after they leave the college to offer support and encouragement.  Some students receive financial help for their future ministries from partnering churches in the UK and Tatarstan.

The college management team seeks to continually measure its performance against its key visionary goals.  Below is a summary evaluation of the deployment of Eurasian Mission College graduates.  A more detailed 5 year graduates analysis can be viewed here.

EMC Graduate students
working in
Pioneer church planting Supporting existing church work Training church workers
Tatarstan 24 53 6
Russia – other 6 4 0
Ukraine / Crimea 4 4 2
Kazakhstan 2 0 0
Uzbekistan 8 8 0
Kyrgyzstan 2 2 0
Tajikistan 16 12 0
Turkmenistan 0 2 0
Caucasus 1 3 1

Total number of students deployed = 160   /   approx 50%  in Tatarstan, 50% in the rest of Central Asia
Total number of non-active ministry workers = 18  (including a few dismissed, or who dropped out)

Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.

Al Piper

The spirit of Christ is the spirit of missions. The nearer we get to Him, the more intensely missionary we become.

Henry Martyn

His authority on earth allows us to dare to go to all the nations. His authority in heaven gives us our only hope of success. And His presence with us leaves us no other choice.

Al Stott