Far from being transformed by huge mountain-top revelations, most of us experience Jesus in the daily comings-and-goings: in videos on the internet, sermons on a Sunday, Scriptures on a tired morning, and conversations on the cell phone. Conditioned to Facebook and Twitter, we want sound-bites, not treatises. Road to Emmaus collects thoughts from along the way; revelations from the nitty-gritty, mundane moments, the day-to-day experiences of meeting Jesus and discovering His grace. These everyday encounters are the times when we truly learn and practice our faith, and they are stories worth telling.

43_PH374650114-0043cropWendy Coy is a worship leader, intercessor, prayer minister, teacher and writer — but primarily a lover of Jesus.  For more than 25 years, her passion has been to teach people to hear the voice of God, pray effectively, and minister the love and healing of Jesus. Wendy is the author of “Learning to Pray Like Jesus” (one woman’s journey to listening and healing prayer) and “Tough Stuff,” (an interactive healing discipleship curriculum for youth groups).   Wendy and her husband Phil founded and direct innerACTS, equipping emerging leaders to minister effectively in prayer, worship and small groups.   At home in New England, she loves all things choral and music in general, contradances and celtic bands, cooking, crafts, and creating community wherever she goes.


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  1. It is really, really good to “See” you, even if in a simple still photo. Looking at your picture reminds me how much I love you and cherish you my dear, dear friend. It has been too long since last we sat in one another’s presence. I long for the day once more. All my love to you Wendy (and Phil too!!) – Donna René

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