08/8/20

Saturday’s Gathering is Postponed

Your board met tonight and have decided to postpone our virtual gathering scheduled for Saturday night August 8tn.  More information will be coming out soon on future plans.

Please reach out if you have questions or concerns kevinhughes0914@gmail.com or 804-787-4214

God Bless and Stay Safe

07/26/20

Prayer Request Needed

Good Evening Emmaus Family,

Please keep the following requests in mind.

Roby Heare is having hip replacement Surgery, please continue praying for his healing for a speedy recovery.

Please see below for a special request from Pastor Mylicia Markham:

Andy and Vicki Pope are long time Richmond Emmaus family.  Their son, Jason’s, celebration of life service will be held Monday July 27, 10 am  graveside at Powhatan Community Cemetery.

Jason Calib Pope died unexpectedly on July 18, 2020 in Stuart, FL at the age of 37.  Jason is survived by his wife Kirsti Pope, daughter Sadie Pope, his parents Andy and Vicki Pope as well as extended family. He is preceded in death by his brother Andrew C. Pope.

Jason was born on September 10, 1982 in Jacksonville, FL to Andy and Vicki Pope. He graduated from Blessed Sacrament Huguenot High School in 2001. He moved to Myrtle Beach, SC where he attended Coastal Carolina University and worked as a sous chef. He then spent some time in Virginia taking care of his parents’ chicken farm while his father was recovering from a car accident. He joined the U.S. Coast Guard where he became an Aviation Electrical Technician working with J60 helicopters. He married his wife Kirsti in 2009 after joining the service and lived in Kodiak, AK until getting stationed in Clearwater, FL to welcome their baby girl, Sadie, in December of 2013. He completed his time in the service in 2015 and relocated to Stuart, FL after building his relationship with the Lord. He and his wife grew to know and love the Lord as well as one another throughout the years and Jason always was so proud to be a husband and father. His daughter remembers him as a kind, gentle, patient, and loving father who encouraged her to be brave and kind-hearted, and to love the Lord.

Jason was a generous, loving, witty, funny, and kind individual who loved surfing and fishing, and who was passionate about spending time with his family and making others feel encouraged and loved. He had so much love for those around him and touched so many lives positively. He will very much be missed.

Jason Calib Pope

September 10, 1982 – July 18, 2020

07/9/20

Gathering Date Change!

De Colores Brothers and Sisters of Christ,

I hope you all had an amazing holiday weekend.

Our monthly gathering will be held a week from Saturday on the 18th at 7 PM and NOT this Saturday.

It will be virtual and your board has been hard at work putting additional security in place so it will be secure.

The link will be emailed to you on the day of the gathering.

Continue to pray for peace and healing and how God can use each of us in this process.

We look forward to seeing you next Saturday and if you have any questions or suggestions please reach out.

God Bless

Kevin Hughes

Richmond Emmaus Community Lay Director

804-787-4214

06/8/20

June Message

05/30/20

June Prayer Chart

  1. The Homeless
  2. All graduating Seniors – High School and College
  3. Those suffering from all forms of Mental Illness
  4. People fostering Children
  5. Families of those affected by drug abuse
  6. Single Parents
  7. Those suffering financial difficulties
  8. Benjamin Barbee – continued healing & Elizabeth & Mark Barbee during this journey
  9. Adoptions – those new to the process – may their families be blessed!
  10. Schools including colleges as they look to the new school year.  Decisions for when to start
  11. Children of the world
  12. For Scientists working on a vaccine
  13. For God to remove the Corona Virus
  14. For Families that have lost loved ones during the Pandemic
  15. For those suffering from loneliness
  16. For those that have lost jobs and having financial issues
  17. For our Military
  18. For our President and Governor
  19. For First Responders, EMT’s and Firefighters
  20. For all Medical Personnel
  21. For all Fathers – those with us and those that have gone to be with the Lord
  22. For Teachers and their students
  23. Future Emmaus Walks
  24. For Christians to be the Light during trying times
  25. For Respect and Protection for our Police
  26. People suffering from hunger
  27. Salvation for the Unsaved
  28. For our Pastors
  29. Those being persecuted for their belief in Christ
  30. Business in USA.  Growth and Prosperity
  31. Alternate: Our Country as a whole to come to Christ

 

 

Presented by Gracie Girls Reunion Group

05/6/20

Benjamin Barbee Update

Benjamin Barbee – freakaboutsafety@gmail.com – Gmail

Thank you for all of your prayers for the last 36 days.  Benjamin came home today, so we pray a prayer of Thanksgiving over his progress.

He is still on a journey to full recovery, so please continue to pray for Benjamin, Mark, and Elizabeth.
05/5/20

May Gathering and Message

May Gathering and ZOOM Meeting

I hope this message finds everyone in your circle doing well. Our Governor announced steps to end the shutdown yesterday and start a path back to normal. During this difficult time, I try to take time to reflect on the many blessings in my life as I am sure you have as well.

In a recent study published last December in Perspectives on Psychological Science, four factors were identified as having an impact on early death in our world – air pollution, obesity, excessive drinking, and loneliness.  According to the study, the factor that had the greatest impact was loneliness. To my surprise living with loneliness elevated the risk of early mortality by 45 percent! Over 40 percent of Americans report feeling lonely in the study.

 Richmond Emmaus has been that “city built on a hill” for over 30 years and while we all are facing new and unprecedented challenges from COVID 19, now more than ever we are all called to shine the loving light of Christ like never before and cast out the shadows of loneliness.  Ephesians 4:12  “to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up”
 
This Saturday at 7 PM we will be having our second virtual gathering by zoom that will last less than 60 minutes. 

Over 80 people joined us last month and we want to see you this month.
 
Access by: Going to our home page and clicking on the link that says virtual meeting.

You can also join by phone  the dial-in number is   301 715 8592  Meeting ID: 804 357 9167

Password: 2020 Follow the instructions to join us ( please try to join 5 minutes before).  
 
Share this message and invite:
Everyone from your walk;
Everyone from your last teaming;
People from your home church;
Friends and Family that may not have walked;
Someone God has laid on your heart to reach out to but you have not in a while.  

God Bless and see you  SATURDAY AT 7 PM
 
Kevin Hughes
05/2/20

May Prayer Chart

1 – Pray for President Trump and all of the government officials monitoring the virus
2 – Pray for Governor Northam and those making decisions about our Commonwealth
3 – Please pray for all pastors around the world as they try to feed their flocks and remain connected
4 – Say a prayer of praise for technology and the ability to stay connected
5 – Pray for small business owners
6 – Pray for all who are in the public, pray for safety from all viruses
7 – Pray for all the lost souls who may be searching during this trying time
8 – Pray for the economy of our state and country
9 – Pray for women who are contemplating terminating their pregnancy
10 – Pray for all women, mothers or not, and praise God for the women in your life
11 – Pray for the lawmakers and the division within our government
12 – Pray for those in the hospitals and nursing homes who are not able to have visitors
13 – Pray for families who are separated due to work and/or illness
14 – Pray for those who are unemployed
15 – Pray for our Emmaus community
16 – Pray for future Walks and the freedom/safety to have them
17 – Pray for parents educating their children at home and for the children to be receptive
18 – Pray for children who are living in dangerous situations
19 – Pray for those struggling with addiction
20 – Pray for people dealing with depression and anxiety, especially during this time of uncertainty
21 – Today, thank God for His continuous provisions
22 – Pray for all the individuals needing an “elective” surgery and are not able to receive it, pray for their health
23 – Pray for high school and college seniors as they process the grief of missing commencement activities
24 – Pray for churches around the world and those who are persecuted
25 – Pray for the families of our military
26 – Pray for our military around the world and here at home
27 – Pray for the homeless in our communities
28 – Pray for all people in the medical field and those working in the hospitals, from doctors to janitors
29 – Pray that Christians live like Christ and that others see Him in each of us, now more than ever
30 – Pray for missionaries all over the world
31 – Take time today to thank God for all He has done for you this past month
Presented by Amy Partridge
04/20/20

2 Prayer Request Need

Prayer Request #1
Kathleen White’s mother passed today after heart surgery. Please keep Ron and Kathleen in prayer during this difficult time.

Prayer Request #2 My  97 yr old father is in the hospital facing his final hours after a massive brain bleed. I am able to be with him and help family members say goodbye via phone. My mom, his wife of 72 years, is in an assisted living facility and not able to be with us, but her faith is strong. He is a faithful, faithful, loving man who will be greatly missed and celebrated by our family. Would you please pray on his behalf?
Thank you!  

Melissa Larry