Dear Emmaus Community
The next walks are fast approaching and we are excited to be working with the Spiritual Life Center as the upcoming venue for Walks #123 and #124. The Center is located at 7100 E. 45th Street N in Bel Aire, Kansas.
The men's walk is scheduled for September 22nd-25th and the women's walk will be held September 29th-October 2nd. Prayerfully consider sponsoring a pilgrim and helping behind the scenes. It truly is a gift to serve as much as it is to receive.
Agape is always needed, so whatever you and your community groups can provide is always appreciated.
I have a partial team list at this point, so hopefully in the next couple of weeks I'll have a full roster and can have it posted on the website, so we as a community can begin praying for these team members and the future walks.
"Now on that same day two of them were going to a village called
When He was at the table with them, He took bread, blessed and broke
it, and gave it to them.
Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized Him..."
story related in this scripture is the basis for a 72-hour weekend experience called
The Walk to Emmaus. Check out this Video:
Introduction to Walk
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The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to
strengthen the local church through the development of Christian
disciples and leaders. The program's approach seriously considers
the model of Christ's servanthood and encourages Christ's disciples
to act in ways appropriate to being "a servant of all."
The Walk to Emmaus is an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Cursillo
(pronounced cur-SEE-o) Movement, which originated in Spain in 1949.
Cursillo de Cristianidad means "little course in Christianity."
The Name "Walk to Emmaus"
The Walk to Emmaus gets its name from the story in Luke
24:13-35, which provides the central image for the three-day
experience and follow-up. Luke tells the story of that first Easter
afternoon when the risen Christ appeared to the two disciples who
were walking together along the road from Jerusalem to Emmaus.
How to Attend
To get involved in Emmaus, each person must have a sponsor who has
already attended Emmaus him- or herself. If you have a friend who
has been to Emmaus, ask your friend to tell you about his or her
experience with the program or talk to your Pastor.
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