1 The Official Newsletter of the Houston North Emmaus Community Volume XIII, Issue 1 Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us? LUKE 24:32 The Holy Bible, NIV INSIDE THIS ISSUE 2 From the Community Lay Director (cont d) / Walk to Emmaus Stuff / HNEC Website Info 3 Online Prayer Clock / 2012 Gatherings 4 Walk 62 Participants 5 Walk 63 Participants 6 Walk 64 Participants 7 Walk 65 Participants 8 Community Servanthood / Team Service / Related Websites 9 Walk Potpourri 10 Green Eggs and I AM 11 Community Contact and Board Information From the Community Lay Director Welcome Fourth Day! My name is Kathy Reedy, I attended Walk #20 in April 2004 at Kickapoo and sat at the table of Fearless Faith. I have the honor and privilege of serving as your Community Lay Director in Your Board of Directors and I are looking forward to another wonderful year of serving our Lord and our Houston North Community with six walks, three each for the women and men, with Men s Walk #66 and Women s Walk #67 taking place in the two weeks following Easter at Kaiserhof. Please see the complete listing of all walk dates below. Men s Walk #66 April Women s Walk #67 April Men s Walk #68 July Your HNEC Board members and I want to encourage each of you to be actively praying for those God is leading you to sponsor. He has a plan for each of His beautiful children, and what a blessing to be a part of those plans. Don t wait too long to get your pilgrims applications in, as we are praying that all the Walks fill up quickly. The April Women s walk was full by mid-march. Praise God! If you have not yet had the opportunity to attend Sponsorship Orientation, there will be a session at our May 5 th gathering and Walk follow-up (location still to be determined). Sponsorship orientation 2012 Walk Dates Women s Walk #69 Aug 2-5 Men s Walk #70 Sept Women s Walk #71 Oct 4-7 APRIL 2012 is also available as needed by contacting us through You will be blessed! Ephesians 2:10 tells us, For we are God s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. (NIV) I am delighted that you have each had the opportunity to experience your Walk to Emmaus, and hopefully it has led you to more involvement in your home church, and maybe even with Kairos or Chrysalis. I urge each of you to continue to be actively involved in our Houston North Emmaus (cont d) Walk location: Kaiserhof Retreat Center, Tuwa Road, Tomball, Texas.
2 PAGE 2 PILGRIM S JOURNEY VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 From the Community Lay Director (continued) Community as well: Please consider serving on a Walk team by contacting Team Selection using the Team Service Interest Online Registration link found at Or, help with an agape dinner or parking cars at candlelight service by volunteering through Community Servanthood Online Registration, Or, attend the Walk closings on Sunday afternoon. What a blessing to hear the pilgrims share their Emmaus experience! Lastly, be sure to attend our gatherings which are hosted throughout the year, each following a set of Walks, and invite all your potential pilgrims to experience our fellowship of believers. See you at an Emmaus opportunity soon! De Colores! Kathy Reedy, HNEC Community Lay Director Walk to Emmaus Stuff Check out the following websites for Walk to Emmaus merchandise or publications. Information, publications, and merchandise Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise Website: Please check the website for the latest Community information, activities, and current registration forms. What is Emmaus? and Sponsorship (top of page) are links to The Upper Room website and provide general information. The Calendar (top of page) has upcoming events with times, location, and descriptions. Menu items (left of the page) provide the information, forms, etc. as indicated. The Home Page will always have news about upcoming events. CHECK IT OUT! Contact us:
3 VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 PILGRIM S JOURNEY PAGE 3 Online Prayer Clock for 3-day Weekends For each of the Walks in our Community, an online prayer clock is set up on the web for the 72- hour prayer vigil. The website is maintained by a volunteer who facilitates the service for any of the various 3-day renewal weekend expression, including the Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis, Kairos, Cursillo, and Tres Dias. If you would like to become involved in praying for other Walk weekends, go to the link below and then select Prayer Vigil. We will notify the members of the Houston North Emmaus Community when the prayer clocks for the HNEC Walks are ready and available, and direct links to them will be established on our web page. SATURDAY, MAY 5 LOCATION TBD Schedule: 4:00 to 5:15 pm Walk Follow-Up Meetings Walks 66 & 67 5:15 to 6:00 pm Sponsorship Orientation 6:00 to 7:00 pm Meal and Fellowship 7:00 to 8:00 pm Praise and Worship, Fourth Day speaker, Holy Communion Meal: Last name A through L Bring main dish or casserole. Last name M through Z Bring salad, side dish, or dessert. Beverages will be provided. Childcare: Information will be posted on the website and distributed at a later time. Who May Attend: Anyone! Bring friends, family members, anyone who has attended a Walk, and anyone who may be interested in attending a Walk. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 GOOD SHEPHERD UMC Walks 68 & 69 Follow-Up SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 CYPRESS UMC Walks 70 & 71 Follow-Up HNEC Gatherings for 2012 Come for the festivities as we welcome our newest Fourth Day members from the two previous HNEC Walk weekends and join in meal fellowship, praise, and worship. Sponsorship orientation precedes each Gathering.
4 PAGE 4 PILGRIM S JOURNEY VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 Men s Walk 62 Pilgrims Bobby Ambrose, Michael Astwood, Tom Bainbridge, Scott Baker, Don Barksdale, Travis Barrs, Monty Davis, Jim De La Cruz, Kent Dougall, Chet Frazier, Mark Hellums, Doug Jones, Bob Kissner, Michael Lirette, John Nelson, Mike O'Day, Cody Shropshire, Bob Singletary, Patrick Starley, Larry Wedekind, Dave Wiggins, and Chuck Zinnecker. Team Members Lay Director: Purvis Harper Assistant Lay Directors: Larry Burgess, Goran Haag & Sam Sharif Board Representative: LeRoy Fronk Spiritual Directors: Rev. Tommy Lyles & Rev. Cliff Ritter (ASD) Musicians: Joel Paulk (Head), Matt Blake & Todd Dygert Table Leaders and Assistants: Jay Jackson (Head), Randy Best, Paul Decker, Joe Dickerson, & Wayne Parcel / ATLs Michael Bilberry, Ron Burks, Kenneth Conner, Craig Gordon & Dan Pearce Servant Team Coordinator: Carl Spaeth Agape Servants: Robert Rohde (Head), Walter Balderach, Rick Bruce, Hal Hoege & Billy Riggs Chapel Servants: Douglas Chapman (Head) & Rich Cox Kitchen Servants: Will Cunningham (Head), Michael Griffith, Randy Jones, Lance Permenter, Bud Simmons & Charles Trotter Visiting Clergy: Rev. Patty Bergfield, Rev. Patrick Evans & Rev. Jim Reiter Day Servants: Frank Davis, Tom Hollis, Barbara Spaeth & Stacy Spaeth
5 VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 PILGRIM S JOURNEY PAGE 5 Women s Walk 63 Pilgrims Pat Atkins, Jan Baier, Stacy Bennett, Barbara Bobo, Sheree Boegner, Antoinette Brisco, Charlotte Chandler, Pam Clarke, Karleen DuBois, Jennifer Ellis, Nancy Frasier, Dee Gentzel, Lora Kay Gianardi, Martha Giles, Ann Gonzalez, Dena Hickey, Debbie Huxohl, Sharon Ipes, Pamela Johnson, Katharine Juenke, Monica Kitchens, Bonnie Lee, Barbara Mahone, Darlene Mosty, Michelle Olson, Jan Parks, Helen Patterson, Frances Pontesso, Lois Price, Carla Reid, Carol Sloane, Debbie Smith, Susan Smith, Joan Turner, Kara Vanderlaan, and Deborah Wedekind. Team Members Lay Director: Beth Roberts Assistant Lay Directors: Judy Chandler, Vicky Dimmitt & Theresa Nichols Board Representative: Lynda Jackson Spiritual Directors: Rev. David Green & Rev. Kathy Kershaw-Coble (ASD) Musicians: Danelle Knox (Head), Ann Cotten & Candy Randolph Table Leaders and Assistants: Kristin Helpingstine (Head), Connie Fetzer, Judy Hampshire, Shirley Keeney, Bambi McWhorter & Vicki Pruitt / ATLs Mary Elder, Billie Feltz, Sally Henderson, Jill Oliver, Kristi Spencer & Zoeieann Townsend Servant Team Coordinator: Lynn Harper Agape Servants: Tami Denton (Head), Jodie Bolleter, Kris Duke, Orpha Haag & Sharon Marks Chapel Servants: Debbie Gervais (Head) & Liz Jackson Kitchen Servants: Connie Dyess (Head), Silvia Armstrong, Stephanie Brassovan, Lyn Driggers & Angelica Mendoza Visiting Clergy: Rev. Patty Bergfield, Rev. Jerry Neff & Rev. Mariann Wallace Day Servants: Frank Barber, Kathy Carroll, Earl Dague, Bud Elkins, Purvis Harper, Dobbi Lunday, Julie Miller, Kathy Reedy, Forrest Roberts, Kay Simmons & Marcia Warner
6 PAGE 6 PILGRIM S JOURNEY VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 Men s Walk 64 Pilgrims Bill Armosky, Josh Beasley, Jeffrey Cline, Timothy Coble, Ron Crossman, Zubin Daroowala, James Deitiker, Casey Eakin, Bill Elliott, Robert Emison, Bobby Johnston, Lionel Karber, Cliff Loll, Terry Luker, John Lynch, Drew Moore, Tracy Moragas, Rob Murray, Ken Olson, Nick Ortega, Monte Pence, Mel Smith, Brad Tally, Patrick Terry, Scott Von Gonton, Ed Wandling, and Kenneth Whittaker. Team Members Lay Director: Gary Laugharn Assistant Lay Directors: Jim Garland, Sheridan Sanders & Richard Smith Board Representative: Tim Ben-Schoter Spiritual Directors: Rev. Terry Bratton & Rev. Andy Noel (ASD) Musicians: Bill Maloney (Head), Glenn Hastings & Terry Nesmith Table Leaders and Assistants: Bud Elkins (Head), David Blocker, Ken Gau, Thom Hudson & John Smith / ATLs Terry Bell, Brad Brown, David Kirby, Tom LaRock,& Michael Pubentz / Visiting Table Leader Dave Mefford Servant Team Coordinator: LeRoy Fronk Agape Servants: Carl Anthony (Head), Jim Castro, Phil Henderson & David Olson Chapel Servants: Chuck Abernathy (Head) & Russ Spiller Kitchen Servants: Pete Collier (Head), Jonathan Breazeale, Timothy Nichols & Scotty Scott Visiting Clergy: Rev. Charles Jordan, Rev. Rob Renfroe & Rev. Greg Smith Day Servants: Jean Abernathy, Frank Barber, Cheri Blocker, Rick Bruce, Kathy Coble, Robin Collier, Rhonda Fronk, Tom Hollis, Butch Parker & Nonnie Sherrod
7 VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 PILGRIM S JOURNEY PAGE 7 Women s Walk 65 Pilgrims Debbie Alamilla, Pamela Baker, Sheila Birmingham, Linda Bravo, Ginny Brooks, Kelly Carlisle, Kim Denney, Ashley Denton, Haydee Dover, Anne Elliott, Virginia Harper, Audrey Henson, Cindy Hollis, Amy Ince, Tina Jantz, Carolyn Jones, Debra Karber, Amber Loll, Carmen Lopez, April Mensik, Shana Moreno, Cynthia Mudd, Elizabeth Nelson, Sarah Nelson, Melissa Owles, Sheri Peddy, Letha Rives, Melanie Scales, Debbie Smith, Lesley Spencer, Jeanne Stevens, Catherine Thomas, Kelly Thomas, Monique Townsend, and Janie Veal. Team Members Lay Director: Glenda Hudson Assistant Lay Directors: Susan Fronk, Mary Lallier & Mary Szilagyi-Ovaitt Board Representative: Lyndal Davis Spiritual Directors: Rev. Capri Grimes & Rev. Paula Kirby (ASD) Musicians: Laurie Starkey (Head), Gail Alston & Elaine Walter Table Leaders and Assistants: Barbara Brooks (Head), Dona Angell, Maricella Dunn, Heather Guenther, Sandra Harper & Joyce Woodlen / ATLs Nancy Balderach, Robin Castro, Marty Cox, Kim Meredith, Glenda Stidham & Tammie Walterbach Servant Team Coordinator: Leslie Townsend Agape Servants: Taani Follis (Head), Robin Bozzo, Kimberly Kanke & Janel O Shea Chapel Servants: Sara Farris (Head) & Shirley Smith Kitchen Servants: Erna Walker (Head), Roxann Bentsen, Kathy Carroll, Diana Malin & Cathy Wright Visiting Clergy: Rev. Jerome Brimmage & Rev. Larry Smith Day Servants
8 PAGE 8 PILGRIM S JOURNEY VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 Community Servanthood. / Community Servanthood link To volunteer for any of these Walk events, or to get more information, please contact the following HNEC Board members: SHARON HEALD, Community Servanthood Volunteer Recruitment. SHANE BIRD, Community Servanthood Walk Weekend Coordinator. From the website link above, you can obtain descriptions of the various service opportunities, check on the status of available opportunities and also use the online signup form, completing the requested information. Much prayer and many volunteers are required to make an Emmaus Walk happen. We still have some opportunities available for the remaining Walks of 2012 through Community Servanthood. If you as an individual / your reunion group / members of your church s Fourth Day Emmaus community / family members / groups of friends / persons who attended the same Walk together / would like to serve in this way, we would love to have you! Team Service. / Team Service link If you are interested in Team Service for a Walk to Emmaus, or you just need more information, please refer to the website above. There you will find explanations for the various roles on a Team, details about how the team selection process works, and how and where to express your interest in team service. Our Board members responsible for Team Selection are Bud Elkins and Margaret Stone. You can reach them via at Related Websites Houston West Emmaus: Bay Area Emmaus: Cradle of Texas Emmaus: Houston West Chrysalis: Cradle of Texas Chrysalis: Kairos Prison Ministry: Epiphany: www. Texasepiphany.com
9 VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 Walk Potpourri PILGRIM S JOURNEY PAGE 9 Standard Agape Items The following agape items are needed for each Walk. If you are interested in providing any of these items, please contact our HNEC Board Agape Coordinator, Sheryl Rowe. 40 each of: Wooden dove name tags Crocheted cords/lanyards for name tags Crocheted cords/lanyards for Emmaus cross Book covers Caterpillars (women only) Crocheted butterflies (women only) 75 halos agape dinner (women only) Walk Weekend Schedule: Sponsors & Fourth Day Thursday, 6:15 to 7:00, Pilgrim Registration & Snack Supper Thursday, 7:15 to 8:15, Sponsor s Hour Saturday, 8:00, Candlelight Sunday, 4:00, Closing Pilgrim Applications and Sponsor Forms Please make sure you are using the 2012 forms for pilgrim applications, sponsor forms, sponsor checklist, etc. Go to Application Forms link on the web. Table and Pillow Agape The official number of pieces of agape for HNEC is 48, to cover pilgrims, table leaders, and assistant table leaders. Always make a few extra in case items are misplaced or broken. LOVE an Agape Servant. Please label your bags, sacks, containers, etc. with: Exact # of pieces Preferred time to distribute Intended recipients if different from above. Thanks!
10 PAGE 10 PILGRIM S JOURNEY VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 By Sylvia Gunter, Daily Devotional, The Father s Business. My seminary course in Trinitarianism included several class lectures on "I AM" in the Bible. I wrote the following piece to fulfill the assignment of a creative project having to do with the Trinity. I have wondered if Jesus had come at a different time how he would have communicated with His children. The following is a result of two greats in my life coming together: God, the ultimate lover of my soul, and Dr. Seuss, who had a love of the simple things of life. If Dr. Seuss had written theology books, instead of classics such as Green Eggs and Ham, I think it would have gone a little something like this. My name? I AM. I am I AM, I AM I am. I AM here, I AM there, I am I AM everywhere. Father, Son, and Spirit are we. We are one, but we are three. I AM here, I AM there, I am I AM everywhere. One in Three and Three in One, Jesus is God, Jesus is Son. Spirit's Power, Father's Plan, Nail scars in the Son's pierced hands. "What," you exclaim, "How can that be?" Shhhh, my child, just rest in me. I will not be put in a box. I will not let you worship an ox. I created it all-the family, the mountain, the tree- We created it all, so you could grasp the "we." I will call you here and there, And I will go with you everywhere. I AM here, I AM there. I am I AM everywhere. Confused, uncertain, and having doubt? Give up now, you won't figure it out. Father, Son, and Spirit are we. We are one, but we are three. Adonai, Yahweh, Savior, Friend- The aspects of me never end. I will not be defined by just one name, But I will love you just the same So what should you do? How should you react? Learn enough truth to guard against attack. Then let go of questions like "Why?" And raise your voice in praise toward the sky. Never to leave is my promise to you. Stay focused, listen to me, and follow through. Wherever I lead, wherever you go, I'll be there, too, just continue to grow. I am I AM, I AM I am On a train In the rain In a box With a fox On a boat With a goat Anywhere, everywhere you may go, I am I AM is all you need to know.
11 VOLUME XIII, ISSUE 1 PILGRIM S JOURNEY PAGE 11 Community Mailing Address Walk applications and all written correspondence should be addressed to: Houston North Emmaus Community, Inc FM 1960 East, #207 Humble, TX Questions about Walk registrations? Contact: General questions? Contact: HNEC 2012 Board Members Pilgrim s Journey is the official newsletter of the Houston North Emmaus Community. It is published four times a year in electronic format. All content is copyrighted but may be reprinted with permission from the editor. For such permission, or to request to be added to or removed from the distribution list, please notify or contact the editor below: Rhonda Fronk (HNEC Board / Communications) PH Latest news is at: Community Chairperson / Lay Director Assistant Community Chairperson Past Community Chairperson Secretary / Gatherings Treasurer Community Spiritual Director Assistant Community Spiritual Directors Agape Internal & External Audio-Visual Equipment Coordinator Chrysalis Representative Communications Community Development Community Servanthood Database Administrator Kitchen Coordinator Music Property Registrar Team Selection & Nominations Team Training & Documentation Walk Set-Up Coordinator Kathy Reedy Phil Henderson Morris Davidson Kathy Collins Mary Lallier Rev. Pam Jackson Rev. Cliff Ritter & Rev. Paula Kirby Sheryl Rowe Ray Cox Jeff Mueller Rhonda Fronk Susan Carson & Larry Thieme Shane Bird & Sharon Heald Tim Ben-Schoter Tammie Walterbach Terry Nesmith Henry Pruitt & Jeff Mueller Jim Garland Bud Elkins & Margaret Stone Jodi Lee Wayne Parcel Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at The Woodlands United Methodist Church. Fourth Day members are welcome to attend. To be added to the agenda, please contact Community Chairperson Kathy Reedy at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.
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