The FHL Table Talk (Neighborhood food pantry gathering) was held on December 13th at 11am then later the FHL Missional Training Food Pantry was held at 1:30p. The purpose of the Table Talk this month was “honoring the servants and uplifting the clients physically and spiritually”.
At the November 2017 FHL Table Talk, Pastor Brian Shobe of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church shared what’s happening in our neighborhoods. Find out what several churches and organizations are already doing in addressing hunger… https://s3.amazonaws.com/fhlVideo/Nov2017TableTalk.mp4
This month’s Table Talks topic at the Well was the Gospel of the Salvation and Gospel of the Kingdom. Attendees from both local missional food pantries and the ongoing series of Table Talks were there.
We celebrated the 2nd year anniversary of the 46208 Table Talk with food, prayers, recognition and announced the winner of the 2017 FHL Week Challenge. Most importantly, 7 people received Jesus Christ as their Savior at the FHL Missional Food Pantry.
One of our recent Table Talks was held at Eastern Star Church. The theme for this Table Talk was identification of food pantries and soup kitchens in the area. What can the community do together to address hunger?
.Earlier this week, FHL Table Talk was launched at Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation. FHL was warmly welcomed by the community leaders.
We had great discussions at this month’s April Table Talk. Our missional food pantry partners are growing. And the missional food pantry approach is bearing fruit with clients accepting salvation. The following photos were taken at our FHL Table Talk meeting and then at the FHL Missional Food Pantry held at our training center. We served
At last week’s Table Talk, we discussed raising our awareness of our strengths and weaknesses and how they help propel or restrict our effectiveness. There were four people who accepted the Lord at Training Pantry that immediately followed the Table Talk. FHL Board member, Eldon Kibbey, helps serve at the FHL Missional Food Pantry Training Center.
The result of several FHL missional food pantry and table talks. Featured were three special speakers. During the missional food pantry we had 2 commitments and at least 4 re-dedications to the Lord! That is why it’s called missional. Making disciples with the step-by-step process: 1) Help clients by giving a witness and offering prayer
FHL Community Table Talk #16 was held on January 16, 2017. The theme for this month was: “Learning How To Do Our Work”. Topic concerned was “Wrap Around Services”