Nov 28th - No FNF for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I pray that we all had an enjoyable day, filled with friendship, fellowship, family and fun. If not though, remember that a life full of Christ is all we really need!

Due to differing plans this weekend for the holiday and no volunteers to host/lead out, there will be no FNF this weekend. Have a blessed Sabbath when it comes. 
Lots of love!

Thanksgiving Blessings
Praying you are...
Blessed in a way that brings God's presence closer than you have ever known it...
Blessed in a way that assures you of the plans He has for your life...
Blessed in a way that fills your heart with a thousand"thank-yous" for all that His hand will bring your way.
May the Lord continually BLESS YOU with Heaven's blessings as well as with human joys. Psalm 128:5 TLB

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November 22nd Feast

This week... we feast at Symon's place:

Christina will be leading out in our study for the week!

Feast begins at 7:15pm, and the study will begin at 7:45pm. 
Bring your Bibles, bring your hearts, bring a friend, and come prepared to share and to be blessed!

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Nov 15th Feast

Happy Sabbath when it comes everyone!

This week, we have a special guest leading out our FNF, Marcus Singleton!

Geneva and Candeis will be hosting us. Here's their address...

Meal starts at 7:15. We'll start the study at 7:45.
Looking forward to seeing you all then!

Please bring drinks and dessert...

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
~Psalm 133:1

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Nov 8th FNF

Greetings feasters!

This week's study will be led out by none other than Marcus!

Ryan has graciously allowed us to use his office space, located at 

Once again, we'll be having potluck! Mexican theme this week. 
Please text Raymond or Randelle what you'll bring, or post in the comments box at the left.
Food, plates, cups, utensils, drink and whatever else you can think of :)

Happy Sabbath when it comes!

"For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his steadfast love toward those who fear him"
~ Psalm 103:11

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FNF - Nov 1st

Sorry for the late notice this week.

Our host for tonight's FNF will be Symon! He'll be providing the meal, but plates, cups, utensils and drinks are still needed. Here's Symon's address:

Victor will be leading out the evening's study!

Update: (forgot to put this on here earlier)
Feast begins at 7:15, study will begin at 7:45.

Please come prepared to participate, and to be blessed. See you all tonight!

Taken from Our Daily Bread - Nov 1, 2013
Written by Julie Ackerman Link
“A heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others.” I saw this quotation, attributed to the Wizard of Oz, on a wall plaque in a gift shop.
The Wizard of Oz may be a good story, but it’s not a reliable source of spiritual information. God said something quite different. According to Him, the greatest commandment is to love—to love Him first and then others (Mark 12:29-31). Scripture says nothing about expecting to be loved in return. In fact, Jesus stated the opposite in His most famous sermon: “Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven” (Matt. 5:11-12).
When it comes to love, the important thing we need to know is this: All love starts with God (1 John 4:19). As Moses told the Israelites, God delighted in them to love them (Deut. 10:15), and because of that they were to love others, even strangers (v.19). God’s intent is that the people who receive His love will become the conduit of His love to others.
Apart from God—who Himself is love—none of us could truly love or be loved (1 John 4:7-8).

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