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Northern Lights Emmaus Community,
In the current climate, we are unable to meet the logistics required to move forward with Walks in an atmosphere of the Peace and Love in Christ Jesus.
Therefore, it is with a very sad heart we have chosen to postpone all Walks until Spring 2021.
Please continue prayers for the team, sponsors and pilgrims through these stress filled times.
May the Peace of God, which transcends all understanding, guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Community Lay Director
We are accepting Pilgrim applications for the Spring 2021 Men’s and Women’s Walks.
Men’s Walk #35 & Women’s Walk #44 will be September 16-19 and September 23-26, 2021 (moved from April 15-18 and April 22-25, 2021) at Camp Campbell Gard
Remember your first 4th day and your desire to share the Emmaus experience with others? This is your chance to again share the Love of God with others. Simply ask our Heavenly Father to lay a person’s name on your heart to ask – then take action!
Applications can be submitted online or downloaded from the Forms tab.
Northern Lights Emmaus
The Gospel of Luke tells the story of the resurrected Christ appearing to two men walking on the road between Jerusalem and the small town of Emmaus. The two were discussing the events of the last few days when a stranger joined them. He explained to them the scriptures and how it was ordained that the Christ would suffer before entering his glory. The two enjoyed his company so much that when they reached their destination they asked him to join them for supper. He agreed. When he took the bread, he blessed it and gave it to them. Then their eyes were opened and they recognized him as the risen Christ and he disappeared from their sight. Overjoyed, they rushed back to Jerusalem to tell the others. (Luke 24:13-35)
This story provides the background for the Emmaus Weekend, a program sponsored by the Upper Room. The Emmaus brochure puts it best: “The Walk to Emmaus is a three-day experience which takes a New Testament look at Christianity as a lifestyle. It is a highly structured weekend designed to strengthen and renew the faith of Christian people, and through them their families, congregations and the world in which they live. Emmaus is a combined effort of laity and clergy toward the renewal of the church.”
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