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Church Announcements 
  • Children’s Sunday School & Youth Sunday Small Groups – Preschool Sunday (ages 2-5), Elementary Sunday School (grades 1-5), and Youth Small Groups (grades 6-12) are available today. The classes will be from 9:45-10:30am, and nursery will be provided today during the Sunday School hour. One-time advance online registration is  required. If you have not registered your child/youth, please do so by going to www.hffbc.org/children or www.hffbc.org/youth.
  • Youth groups (grades 6-12) will be meeting TONIGHT from 5:00-6:30pm on Sunday Evenings. Meet in the church’s fellowship hall for a time of games, small groups, and teaching on the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). Please wear a mask when inside and social distance isn’t maintained. For more information or if you have questions, please reach out to Pastor Steven (swhite@hffbc.org), or check our www.hffbc.org/updates page throughout the week.
  • Adult Sunday School Classes – There are two adult Sunday School classes each Sunday from 9:45-10:30am. Advance online registration required. To learn more about new classes this fall, please go to www.hffbc.org/Sunday-School.
  • HFFBC Health Guidelines for Gathered Worship – Please go to www.hffbc.org/updates to read more about the details of the health guidelines our church is following for live, in-person worship services. This includes information about face masks, seating, livestream options, and options for families with young children. For a more fun way to learn this, watch this video by clicking here!
  • Operation Christmas Child shoebox ministry – National Collection Week is November 16th through the 23rdYES!  Operation Christmas Child will be collecting shoeboxes, as usual, this year.  Because of Covid-19,  we will have to make some adjustments to the process, but we will be here collecting and packing boxes.   We will not be having a packing party this year, but we will be packing boxes throughout the week of collection.  So, to all of you who prefer to donate whatever we need… reach out to me because we will still need you.  To all of you who pack boxes… I will have boxes available for pick up beginning this week but remember any regular size shoebox will do.  Start shopping now for school supplies, making use of clearance sales, making crafts, and taking advantage of free-to-store shipping and curb-side pickup.  I will be looking for some of you, especially high schoolers and young adults, as you are in a low-risk group, to help during collection week beginning in October.  Please be in prayer about what God would have you do with this because we will need you. I or anyone on the team (Sue Carlino or Larry Marshall) would be happy to answer any questions you may have to the best of our knowledge.  You can call me, email me, or drop a note in the OCC mailbox at church.  Thank you,  Katherine Johnson, OCC Southeastern Area Team (603-200-0465 ~  lilpie1@comcast.net)
  • HFFBC “Encouragements”Click here for biblical encouragements posted throughout this season.  Also available on Apple Podcasts as well.
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Sermon Discussion
After listening to this week’s sermon, consider these questions (either personally, with your family around the lunch table, or your community group) and let them spur you on this week in your walk with God:
  1. From the text, what are four faith truths that contribute to making the Samaritan leper well?
  2. Compare this text to the narration of Naaman’s healing in II Kings 5. In both accounts, faith required action before healing took place. Since faith is based on evidence of some kind, what evidence did Naaman have to encourage him to take the step of faith he took? On what evidence do you take steps of faith?
  3. What specific things does thanksgiving reveal about a person’s faith? What does the absence of thanksgiving in your faith?