The Road to Emmaus and Back (Sermon)
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My name is Allen Huff. I am a Presbyterian pastor (PCUSA) living in the delightful community of Jonesborough, TN. Jonesborough - home of the International Storytelling Center and the National Storytelling Festival - is nestled in the beautiful foothills of northeast Tennessee. I find that preaching forces me to wrestle with God, my faith, and trying to live as a Jesus-follower in a broken and all-too-often violent world. I want to be known as someone who trusts and follows the Jesus' way of compassion, peace, and justice. I also know the road of discipleship is fraught with challenges from within and without. I tend to use my sermons as a way of struggling, like Jacob at the Jabbok River, with God and with how to make sense of life in this magnificent but incomplete creation. If something you read in these sermons, newsletter articles, and occasional, random musing speaks to you in a positive way, I will be grateful. I'd love to hear your thoughts, too. And feel free to take issue with anything I say. I certainly don't claim to have a lock on the truth. When I'm not writing sermons, I may be writing songs on my guitar, taking photographs of the mountains, rivers, or streams in east TN and western NC, hiking the woods with my wife, or throwing a stick for our insatiable Border Collie, Todd. *I have been posting my weekly sermons and monthly newsletters for several years on another site, Storied Faith at: pastorallentn.blogspot.com. While I will soon stop posting on that site, I will maintain it. So if you find anything on either of these sites interesting and helpful, please share with others! Blessings and peace. Allen View all posts by allenhuff
2 thoughts on “The Road to Emmaus and Back (Sermon)”
Thank you, Allen
On Sun, Apr 19, 2020 at 11:55 AM Jabbok in the Foothills wrote:
> allenhuff posted: ““The Road to Emmaus and Back” Luke 24:13-35 Allen Huff > Jonesborough Presbyterian Church 4/19/20 13Now on that same day two of them > were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from > Jerusalem, 14and talking with each other about all these thin” >
Thanks, Terry. I hope all is well with you, Susan, and your family.