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CONNECTIONS Making Christian Disciples Published monthly by First United Methodist Church – Appleton, W isconsin September , 2011 – Volume 50, Number 9 Inside Prayer in the Chapel 2 Reflections 2 A Thank You to Shelby Knezel We would like to announce that the chapel is open for prayer! During the 3 Church Records week, the chapel will be open for you to come in and pray. You may pray for 3 Rides to Church Ministry the concerns you have and/or there will be a prayer list available. You are 3 Interactive Web Calendar welcome to use that prayer list to pray for concerns of the church. There will 3 Kum Dubls Road Rally be a boom box playing soft meditative music. 3 Volunteer at Warming Shelter Additionally, the staff involved in the Sunday worship service will be 3 Rummage Sale praying in the chapel for the service Sunday mornings at 8:15 a.m. You are 4 CROP Walk welcome to come in and join in those prayers. 4 September M.O.M. 4 Jewelry Sale Thank You! New Faces in New Places 5 Interfaith Gathering 5 Mothers of Growing Disciples There will be some new faces in leadership positions within the music 5 Phoebe Circle department beginning this fall. Please get acquainted and welcome them to 5 Adoption Support Group their areas of service within the music ministry at First Church: 5 Wednesday Dinners 6 Orphan Animal Rescue Mary Catterton, Genesis Choir and One Voice, Director 6 LOGOS Sara Brannon, Sonshine Singers, Director 6 Youth Ministry Christy Go, Sonshine Singers, Accompanist 7 Christian Education Anthony Capparelli, Grace, Accompanist 8 Free Organ Concert Gabriella Guilfoil, Soprano Sanctuary Choir Intern 8 Choirs Begin Zoie Reams, Alto Sanctuary Choir Intern Insert Adult Education Booklet Mary Catterton is well-known to the members of First Church. She has served as the worship leader for The Blend, which meets in the chapel at 10:30 a.m. on the third Sunday of each month. Welcome, Mary, as you expand your ministry here at First Church. Sara, Christy, Anthony, Gabriella, and Zoie are all Lawrence University students. They will continue the long-standing tradition of using Lawrence students as part of the music program of First Church. This has proven to be a vital, two-way ministry between Lawrence music students and the congregation at First United Methodist Church. Articles due for Audrey Goodman, Jaclyn Kottman, Jaimie Lowe, Zach Monteith, Chris October newsletter Thursday, September 22 Roebuck, and Taylor Jacobson have been serving here in the music ministry for the past several years. As members and friends of the congregation here at First Church, our lives have been enriched by their ministry among us. It is with a sense of sadness that we see them leave our church, but we wish them much success as they move into new careers and new opportunities in their lives. We offer our thanks for the time and energy they invested here at First Church. They will be missed, but we bid them Godspeed as they enter into new avenues of ministry and service. Page 2 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church choose from, day and evening – and as you can see we are launching a new Disciple One class on Sunday morning. Dear Members and Friends, All these classes will offer As I write this letter, we are in growth opportunities, but I the midst of wrapping up August unashamedly promote our and moving in to the cooler days Disciple One class on Sunday Shelby Knezel began 42 years of of September. What a wonderful morning. Disciple One is a continuous weekly ministry here at summer it has been, quite busy, foundational course that will give First United Methodist Church in but quite wonderful. We have you a broad and in-depth 1969. Over the years, she has been blessed with lots of heat and understanding of the entire Bible. served in a variety of areas with humidity – which we will The format is shorter than the most of them relating to the children appreciate the memory of come weekday version and you are and youth of this congregation. February. ( already in the building if you Shelby was a long-time Sunday worship at the 9:00 a.m. service. school teacher, worked tirelessly in We have enjoyed our regular If not, it will be worth a return the confirmation program for 10 worship schedule in addition to trip. Child care is already years, and then became the director our three outdoor worship provided. Please read through the of Christian Education for 6 years. services on the fourth booklet enclosed in this newsletter Her most recent area of ministry, Wednesday’s of these three and if you have any questions, and the one in which she has served summer months. Due to weather, feel free to call me or one of the the longest, was as director of the two of the three had to be moved Adult Education Team members. Genesis Choir. It has been a treat into the Fellowship Hall. But, (Nancy Hermanson, Linda for the congregation to enjoy the August 24 was a dream come true Dawson, Wendy Anzelmo, and fruits of Shelby’s labors as the evening; great weather, great Melanie Gardner) It’s going to be Genesis Choir has ministered in attendance, great music, great an exciting fall! church on a regular monthly basis service, and great dinner. A along with the many special million thanks to Deborah Thank you to all of you who musicals they have presented. Becher’s family, Snow Adams, have been faithful in your giving Over the years, choir enrollment and our kitchen team who this summer, and another thank totaled 540 little singers. Allowing provided our delicious dinner. It you to the 49 families we know of for repeats because of the 3-year just couldn’t be any better, topped who participated in our Tithe in program, this translated to 275 off for me when eight beautiful July Campaign. Interestingly, individuals. The choir averaged British labs were brought down there was another six or seven approximately 32 singers per year the aisle to be apart of our pet thousand dollars additional giving with over 45 enrolled one particular blessing. All I can say is that we have not seen in the past year. wonderful! 10+ years. All that is to say that Thank you, Shelby, for your 42 we are in better shape to begin the years of ministry here at First I love September for in the fall and hopefully end our year in Church. Your impact on the tradition of the church, we bring a healthy way. It’s all because of families of this congregation has our wide range of programs into your generosity and faithfulness. been great. You have made an full swing. We hope you will impression on many lives. We do consider ways you may grow your Enjoy these coming days. express our grateful appreciation faith and expand your community Know you are prayed for and and wish you much success in future this September. We hope to see appreciated. endeavors. We know that you are you back on the pew! Join one of not going into retirement, just our choirs. Have a close look at Grace and peace, reassignment! May God’s blessings the enclosed booklet of Adult be upon you as you continue to Education classes to be offered Pastor Doyle serve Him. this fall. There are so many to Page 3 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church Church Records event. You can also do a word search of an event or meeting on drive or bring a snack, dessert or beverage to share. If you are Deaths the calendar. The calendar is also unable to make the September 8-23-11 Tim DuVall printable. Our events that are open event, but would like to be included 8-24-11 Virginia Phillips to the public even have a map on our e-mail or phone list, let us icon so visitors can find their way know that, too. Weddings to our church. 8-6-11 Adam Nagel and Megan Loeck VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY AT 8-13-11 Phillip Roberts and THE WARMING SHELTER Casey M Kaiser October 30 - November 5 Births 8-5-11 Greyson Coley, son of First Church will provide the Greg and Sherry Coley evening meals and evening/overnight Baptisms hospitality services at the Fox Valley 8-28-11 Deklan Graverson Kum Dubls is a couple’s Warming Shelter for one week group open to adults of all ages who would like to meet new beginning Sunday, October 30 Rides to Church people and have a good time. through Saturday, November 5. Ministry Events are planned for every other Many volunteers are needed to month on Saturday evenings fall, prepare and serve the evening meal We are currently in need of winter and spring. Almost all and help throughout the night. Each more volunteers to pick up some will start out at church, are no or night will conclude by helping with of our homebound members and low in cost, and promise to be breakfast the following morning. This bring them to and from church. high in creativity and fun. is a wonderful way to assist our The goal is to have enough A good sized group gathered community and help the many volunteers so that you would only for the preliminary Kum Dubls homeless. need to do this once per month on appetizer/get-to-know-you-event Watch for sign-up information in a rotating schedule. this past April. All were our “You Can Count on Me” bulletin If you are interested in this enthusiastic about making new insert in September and October. very important ministry of First friends and the group activities United Methodist Church, please planned for the 2011/12 season. contact Denise Anderson, at Our first event is a Road Rummage Sale email@example.com or Rally on September 17th at 6:30 739-0706. Thank you for making p.m when teams of two or three Well, another rummage sale is this your ministry! couples will be pitted against the over. I would like to say thank you clock to see who can find and to all of you who donated, sorted, Interactive Web decode the clues to take them full priced, or bought items at the circle around our city and take Calendar home the prize. Look for zany August Church Rummage Sale. A Huge Thank You goes out to twists and turns. our co-coordinators Jane Steffen, We now have a new Future slatings include a and Joy Johnson for all of their interactive church calendar on our progressive dinner, murder amazing work. Also, thank you to web site. Just go to the home mystery, learn to dance night, and Amy McAloon and Tracy page www.appfumc.org . Click even an Olympic night. Sign-up Thibodeau. on “Church Calendar” and the for the September 17th event in We made a profit of $1,641. interactive calendar will open. the “You Can Count on Me” All proceeds will go towards the You can click on a church bulletin insert or by e-mailing church budget. event to open another box that Birdie Schottmuller at Left over items went to Harbor will give you the opportunity to firstname.lastname@example.org or by House, Clothes Closet, and the send an email reminder of the calling, 788-5451 and leaving a Thrift Store. event to yourself or send an email message. Let us know if you can to a friend to invite them to the Page 4 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church needs of the people; touch my interdenominational, non-profit heart that it may bring warmth to Christian Mission affiliated with the despairing; teach me the the Tennessee Conference of the generosity that welcomes United Methodist Church. As part strangers; let me share my of their ministry to rural areas, they possessions to clothe the naked; have recently set up a Family give the care that strengthens the Resource Center. They are in sick; make me share in the quest particular need of the following to set the prisoner free. In sharing items: dish soap, bars of soap, our anxieties and our love, our powdered laundry detergent, poverty and our prosperity, we shampoo, conditioner, men’s and Fox Cities CROP partake of your divine presence.” women’s deodorant, and I would also like to share a toothpaste. Walk October 9 poem with you from English Poet, Many of these items cannot be John Donne, 1572-1631: purchased with food stamps. The Communities Responding to Over “From Devotions XVII... VIM Team will transport them to come Poverty both locally and No man is an island, entire of Tennessee in October. world wide comes the statement: itself. Every man is a part of the All donations may be placed in “We walk because they walk.” continent, apart of the main the appropriate large wooden bin Throughout Africa and Asia, (land). Any man’s death by the Wesley Room. Thank you hundreds of thousands walk miles diminishes me, because I am in advance for your generosity. We each day in search of clean water involved in mankind, and know we can count on your support and enough food to survive therefore never send to see for for these worthy causes. another day. whom the bell tolls. It tolls Church World Services (CSW) developed CROP Walk for thee. over 60 years ago. A positive Dave Petersen, response to world wide hunger CROP Walk Coordinator of and disease. Millions survive, but First United Methodist Church We asked for and you Gave... millions die from poverty. Last and Gave...and Gave us your gently October, First Church members September Mission used Jewelry. So much, in fact, walked with many other members of the Month that we far exceeded our last year’s of faith communities. Some 2,200 total of $1,600 of sale at Art at the communities throughout the Park. The grand total for this year This month the Mission Team United States and hundreds more is $3,000. It couldn’t have is asking for your donations for throughout the world will respond happened without the overwhelm- two very worthy causes. One is to the call on October 9, 2011. ing donations from you, the church the Women’s Jail Education. There will be 1, 3, and 6 mile members, and all the other Christie Blanton is a teacher at the route options. Registration begins individuals who helped sort, bag, jail and assures us they are always at 12:30 p.m. and the CROP walk pin, set up, sell, and take down the in need of the following three starts at 1:00 p.m. at Memorial jewelry sale. A HUGE thank you items: 1) lined white paper; 2) Presbyterian Church, 803 E. goes out to everyone who pocket folders; and 3) #2 pencils. College Ave., Appleton. You are participated. This is an excellent time of year to needed to walk. You DO make a The money will be used to help buy such supplies, and any difference. Please, put a team fund the Volunteers in Mission donations you can make will be together, set your pledge goal and Trip to Tennessee in October. If greatly appreciated! join hundreds of others from the you, a family member, neighbor, Our second collection is in Fox Valley who “think globally friend, or co-worker, ever has conjunction with the adult and act locally!” Last year there jewelry to donate anytime during Volunteers in Mission trip to were 20 walkers from First the year, please bring it to the Tennessee. We will be working Church, backed by 53 donors. church office, and a staff member through Mountain T.O.P. From Zimbabwa: “Open my will get it to the Mission Team. (Tennessee Outreach Project), an eyes that they may see the deepest Page 5 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church Interfaith Gathering Phoebe Circle will meet Tuesday, September 13, The 12th annual Interfaith 9:15 a.m. in the Wesley Gathering hosted by the Fox Room. Bev Kemp and Lona Valley Islamic Society will be on Heublein are hostesses. Sunday, September 11. The Wednesday Dinners Ellen Roe will tell us about Gathering of an expected 200 her trip to New Zeeland. people of faith will begin at 3:00 Are you tired of cooking on p.m. and conclude with a feast. Wednesday nights? There is relief Mohammed Isa Sadion, insight. The Wednesday Night Live former Executive Director of the (WNL) crew will be cooking up something yummy for supper on Milwaukee Art Museum, will be Adoption Support Wednesdays starting September 7, the featured speaker. The Fox Valley Islamic Society, 103 Group 4:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Come and Kappell Drive, Neenah, is on join us for fellowship, laughs and County Road “G,” one mile east Church members Kim good food. You don’t have to of Highway 41. Access “G” from Houlton and Carol Knuth, both participate in a class or choir after County Road “A” or Highway 76. adoptive mothers, are starting an dinner. Prices will remain the same In the case of inclement adoption support group this fall. at $5 per person or $11 per family weather, the Gathering will meet The group will meet monthly. in one household. at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Intention of the group is to This is the start of our 19th year. 140 S Green Bay Road, Neenah. educate and support individuals We have had basically the same who are contemplating adoption crew of women and men or actively involved in an throughout with few changes. We Mothers of Growing adoption process. are blessed to have such a great Disciples Topics will be tailored to the group to work with each week. specific interest of the group. We In the 2010-11 season we Do you struggle to be the will call on experts and resources served about 4,998 meals. Through Mom you want to be? Do you throughout the Fox Valley to careful meal planning and need support and fellowship in provide information and guidance. shopping, we have been able to raising your kids to be Christian We are currently seeking to make several donations using the disciples? We’re looking for gauge the interest level within the profits: new stove and refrigerator Mom’s who want to develop church. Please email Kim, in the youth kitchen, hymnals, a faithful friendships and give email@example.com or display rack for brochures and support to one another as they Carol, firstname.lastname@example.org by announcements, ten Christmas strive to be the best they can be! September 15 if you are interested banners, two Hosanna banners for We are changing our meeting in attending or supporting the Palm Sunday, replacement of a times to better accommodate group. Please indicate in your refrigerator gasket, a new sprayer working Moms and grow our email if: in the kitchen sink, a wall mounted group. Join us for a range of • You are an adoptive family or TV to view the funeral services, faith-based activities including adoption professional and are VBS groceries, and a donation to devotionals, inspirational willing to provide information Heifer International. messages, discussion and practical and/or mentor a family. The LOGO’s children, grades tips. We will also focus on topics • If you are considering 1-9 will be served dinner in the raised by the group. adoption or foster care. fellowship hall at 6:00 p.m. It is Mark your calendars for our • If you are actively involved in through participation in the WNL first meeting, a fun pizza night on adopting a child. program that our church family is Monday, September 19, 6:00-7:30 able to share our love with others in p.m., in room 214 (across from the The first meeting will be at the community and other churches. chapel). Childcare will be the beginning of October and will Much good fellowship goes on provided. be informational in nature. during dinner time. Page 6 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church Orphan Animal the younger kids and will learn in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. The what it means to be a disciple of Holy Spirit worked in the lives of Rescue Christ, and a role model. There is the participants. Our team shared also some worship time at the end God’s love at Kid’s Club, an Our last Wednesday summer of dinner geared specifically for afternoon VBS-type experience worship service, held August 24, the older kids. Students then filled with games, skits, crafts, and had a blessing of the animals. 28 attend “youth group” style classes reading to the children ages 4-12. animals were blessed at the end of where they learn how to take The joy seen on the faces of the the service. Through the plate ownership of their faith and children will forever be in our offering and the proceeds from interact with it in everyday life. memory. We also shared God’s dinner that evening, we were able Eighth and ninth grade LOGOS love at three homes where to send $543.06 to the Orphan participation is part of the scrapping and painting in 100 Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, Confirmation requirement. degree heat offered participants an Inc. in Neenah. Thank you to all This year, the LOGOS Kick- opportunity to see the positive those who donated. Off Event will be held on impact of giving the home owners September 21st. We will begin at pride in the appearance of their 6:00 p.m. with a family style home. Our Youth grew in their dinner and worship, Then faith and in the appreciation of how continue with games and we are blessed to be a blessing. fellowship until 8:00 p.m. Cost is In July, 20 Junior High Youth The LOGOS program is based only $3.00 per person for dinner. and Adult Leaders served in Wind on Acts 2:42. “They devoted You do not need to be registered River, Wyoming. The trip was themselves to the apostles’ for LOGOS or a member of the filled with joy as God worked in teaching and fellowship, to the church to attend. Come find out the lives of the participants. The breaking of bread and the what LOGOS is all about, and spiritual growth and personal prayers.” Like Jesus’ apostles, we how you can be a part of this breakthroughs of the Youth and study, play, eat, and worship important ministry! Adult Leaders was amazing. This is together. There is room in the To enroll, volunteer, or if you an excerpt from my journal that program for everyone who wants have any questions, please call sums up the week in Wyoming. to have fun learning and serving Lacey Reinhard at 809-8909 or “Foot Washing + Youth + Tears + God. The program runs for most leave a voice mail at church on Kleenex + Prayer + Letters from of the school year on Wednesday extension 324. Mom Dad + the Crazy Love of nights. Jesus = THE BEST MISSION Grades 1-5 meet 4:30-6:30 TRIP EVER!” p.m. This group of students starts Youth Ministry Next summer, we will once with fun games to get them active again offer two mission trips in and interacting. During Bible School is starting and summer is quickly fading. I would like to which Youth and Adult Leaders Study they will learn about faith will be given the opportunity to be and Jesus. They also learn ways to highlight our first summer together. John Wesley used the the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. participate in and lead worship, The Senior High trip will be June and will do so through the year. Quadrilateral to show how there are four parts to living a Christian 16-23 to Boston. We have already During Dinner/Worship time, the filled the 24 Youth and 6 Adult, kids have a chance to interact with life. One leg is Experience. I believe that we spent the summer and have started a waiting list. The family and older kids in order to cost is $450. The Junior High trip have a sense of “belonging” in the offering Youth and Adult Leaders opportunities to Experience what will be July 8-13 to Cincinnati. We church. Through this, they see have filled 11 of 18 Youth and 5 of where their journey down the path it means to authentically follow Jesus Christ. It is important and 6 Adult Leader spaces. The cost is to Jesus can lead them. $350. We strive to give as many Grades 6-12 meet 6:00-8:00 healthy to look back and celebrate what God has done in the lives of people opportunities to serve. So p.m. and focus more on learning far, we have 20 first time mission about their faith and how it plays our Youth and Adult Leaders. In June, 19 High School trip participants ready to serve next a part in every day life. They start summer! continued on page 7 with Family dinner/Worship with Youth and Adult Leaders served Page 7 visit our web site at www.appfumc.org First United Methodist Church continued from page 6: Youth • JH Fall Retreat @ Lake December. Lisa Nerenhausen, after We have our Fantastical Fall Lucerne: October 14-16 14 dedicated years of service in this Kick Off scheduled for Saturday, • SH Convo @ Chula Vista: ministry area, is unable to lead our September 17-18, 4 p.m. - 9 a.m. November 11-13 theatrical efforts this fall. Both The First Annual JH/SH YUK Brian Stahl, Director of Youth & women have truly blessed our FEST & Lock In is where we will Young Adult Ministries programs through their efforts, and “enjoy” many games and will be missed as members of our challenges involving food and volunteer team. If you are mess. Youth are asked to wear interested in learning more about old clothing or bathing suits, and either of these opportunities, please bring a towel and a change of Christian contact Jill immediately! clothes. We will have a Pasta Bar FUMC has compiled a list of and Lock-in following YUK Education youth willing to babysit. If you FEST. The cost is $2. JH Youth would like a copy of that list, Group will meet the 1st and 3rd It’s time for please contact Jill and one will be Sundays 4:30-6:00 p.m. The SH back to school already! I hope made available to you. Please Youth Group will meet the 2nd everyone enjoyed a safe and fun understand, however, that we and 4th Sundays 4:30-6:00 p.m. summer break. FUMC is gearing cannot recommend the skills or Confirmation will begin on up for fall Sunday school qualifications of any youth Wednesday, October 5. programming. Classes will contained on the list. They have Confirmation is a two year resume on September 11th for all not been screened by FUMC in any process. All Youth in 8th and 9th children age 2 – grade 5 during way. The list simply contains the grades are encouraged to be part the 9a.m. service. As always, we contact information for youth of the process. Confirmation is rely on the help of many dedicated willing to consider babysitting held during LOGOS Wednesday youth and adults to volunteer in opportunities. Families can and evenings 6:00-8:00 p.m. our classrooms. Many should screen all potential The Annual JH Fall Retreat is opportunities are listed in the caregivers in a way they see fit. October 14-16. Once again we “You Can Count on Me” insert in Watch your newsletters and will be staying at Lake Lucerne. our Sunday bulletins. Now is the bulletins for further information The theme for the weekend time to contact Jill and get about all of the opportunities we’ve is “What Does God Require?” involved in our Children’s got in store this fall. Our new The weekend costs $60 for Youth Ministry programs! Acolytes will be installed, our 3rd and $30 for Adult Leaders. Join us for Rally Sunday on graders will receive Bibles and Deadline is October 1. September 18th! We’ll celebrate learn to use them, and we’ll have As always, we are looking for the start to another fantastic year extra-special programming the dedicated and passionate Adult of Sunday school by enjoying weekends of Thanksgiving and Leaders who will walk alongside treats and “Bible Olympics” Christmas. Hope you can join us as our Youth on Sunday afternoons. games during coffee hour. we get involved in the life of our Remember, this is everyone’s Weather permitting, we’ll be church! Youth Ministry, so if you have outside in the courtyard (if it As always, if you have any any questions, suggestions, or rains, find us downstairs in the questions or feedback about our comments do not hesitate to let Gym). Christian Education opportunities, me know. We are in need of some key please contact me. I would love to leaders in the Christian Education hear from you! I can be reached at Upcoming Youth Ministry Department this fall. First, we’re church Tuesday through Friday, Opportunities: looking for an Acolyte 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., or Sunday • JH/SH YUK FEST & LOCK Coordinator. After nine years of mornings. IN: Sept 17-18 @ 4 pm – 9 am faithful ministry in this area, Many Blessings, • JH/SH Octoberfest Parking Barbara Best has stepped aside Fundraiser: Sept 24, 8am- 4 pm from this important role in our Jill Geurts, Director of Christian • Confirmation/LOGOS Starts: church. Second, we’re praying Education Ministries October 5 for someone to direct our children’s Christmas Program this Come worship with us! Sundays at 9:00 a.m. & (10:30 a.m. September - May), or Saturdays at 5:30 p.m., Church School Program 9:15 a.m. Or watch our taped worship service on Time Warner Cable channel 2 or 4,Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is offered on the First Weekend of the Month. The Sacrament of Holy Baptism is offered on the Fourth Weekend of the Month. 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Don will Sonshine Singers – 3rd through 5th grades, room 316 also talk a bit about the organ Rehearsals begin Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. and how one plays the organ. Don is 17 years old and a Wesley Handbell Choir native of Appleton. Today, Don Rehearsals begin Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. is starting to become a well- known organist around the Bass Clef – Adult men, room 301 – Rehearsal time to be announced world. He was a competitor in the International Albert Grace – Adult women, room 301 Schweitzer Organ competition Rehearsals begin Sunday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m. and in the National Oklahoma City University Organ One Voice – 6th through 12th grades, room 301 competition. Don has performed Rehearsals begin Sunday, September 25 at 10:30 a.m. in Italy, the Bahamas, and others in the U.S. He was also an E. Don’t miss out! 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