Impact 2017-11-07T01:13:08+00:00
IMPACT OF ETERNITY

Southern California

Luke Dailey
Luke DaileyGraduate, 2015
Luke serves as the Associate Pastor at Centerpoint Church in Simi Valley, CA, where he leads the Wednesday evening service, and oversees the youth ministry.
Kevin Pisano
Kevin PisanoGraduate, 2010
Kevin serves as the Local Outreach Pastor at Real Life Church and mobilizes the church to serve relationally. Kevin is currently leading the congregation to serve the homeless community, foster families and transitional aged youth, and people in need by connecting the members at Real Life Church to Initiatives and many local partners. This was all possible due to the Lord using Eternity Bible College transforming Kevin from a Plumber to a Pastor beginning the very first semester the college was in operation in 2004
Lisa Johnson
Lisa JohnsonGraduate, 2011
Lisa is the founder of Can4Kids, a non-profit utilizing recycling to connect churches to their communities and to fund work to end the trafficking of children.
Josh Buck
Josh BuckGraduate, 2007
Josh serves as the lead pastor at Antioch Church in Highland Park, CA. He also launched the Antioch Mentorship Program, an organization that serves the community by offering tutoring, arts training and other programs to help kids reach their full potential.

The United States

Mark Snee
Mark SneeGraduate, 2008
Mark attended Eternity while serving as a youth Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley. He currently serves as a campus Pastor at The Well Community Church in Fresno, California.
Alise Hay
Alise HayGraduate, 2012
Alise is living in Portland, Oregon, working a day job so she can make art and connect with the art community to make disciples to God’s glory.
Justin Enerson
Justin EnersonGraduate, 2013
Justin spent a year teaching aspiring members of the Skid Row homeless community to weld by building bike-drawn ambulances to send to remote African locations where low-cost, efficient transportation is needed. He now lives and works in Africa with Zambikes building and distributing these “Zambulances.”
Kris & Hannah Mannale
Kris & Hannah MannaleGraduates, 2013 & 2010
Kris is the Campus Minister at Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch in Long Island, NY. He and his wife live in a home with several boys from neglected and abused backgrounds and Kris provides spiritual leadership to other members of the staff and other boys living at the ranch.
Lance Hancock
Lance HancockGraduate, 2015
Lance Hancock completed his Bachelor of Biblical Studies, and is now pursuing seminary and ordination in Boise, Idaho.

The World

Because some of our graduates are serving in settings that are hostile to missionary service, we are not showing their photos, nor are we using their real names. 

Josh & Alli McArthur
Josh & Alli McArthurGraduates
Josh & Alli McArthur are currently serving in Costa Rica, where they are building and helping give oversight to family-based orphanages. Their goal is to help start 10 homes, each capable of housing 8 orphans.

Check out their story at the archives by clicking here.

Thomas
ThomasGraduate, 2009
After completing his degree at Eternity, Thomas attended Missionary Training and has now moved with his wife to a primarily Muslim country in Asia-Pacific. There they are part of a team that is bringing the gospel to a people group that has never heard the name of Jesus. They plan to stay there until a healthy, replicating church is planted among those people.
Jennifer
JenniferGraduate, 2007
Jennifer serves in central Poland with her husband and 2 children. Poland is currently less than .5% Evangelical, and they are working in one of the poorest large cities in the nation. They are working to make disciples within the local community and begin a network of house churches.
Emily
EmilyGraduate, 2009
Emily lives in the slums of a country in South-East Asia in order to bring the gospel to people in desperate and lonely conditions. Following in the steps of Jesus, she has sacrificed her comfort to bring the love and grace of God to a hard place.
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We received more than an education, we became part of a new family. We lived life together, studied together, and learned how to read the Bible and disciple others. We were given a framework to understand the world, other cultures, and other people. We had our eyes opened to the glorious reality of God’s deep love for the world, and His desire to make Himself known to all people, near and far

Scott, Missionary in Southeast Asia