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FUMC Hurst
Spiritual Growth Inventory
Matthew 28: 18-20
And Jesus came and said to them, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age.'
First United Methodist Church of Hurst is an open community of Christian disciples seeking to live out the unconditional love of God as revealed in Jesus the Christ.

We "seek to live out" our faith by intentionally growing in discipleship and deepening our connection with God, people, and purpose.

6 Ways to Connect
• Worshiping
• Praying
• Caring & Sharing
• Learning
• Serving
• Tithing

This inventory is designed to help you discover and deepen your connections. You are invited to complete this personal inventory. Keep in mind that it is a simple snapshot of where you see yourself TODAY.
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Connecting with God
At FUMC Hurst, we believe Connecting with God is a key component of discipleship and consists of Worship and Prayer.
Item 1
Which of the following statements best describes your WORSHIP practices?
Item 2
Which of the following statements describes your view on PRAYER?
Connecting with People
We also believe that Connecting with People is best done through Caring & Sharing and Learning.
Item 3
Which statement best describes the way you demonstrate CARING & SHARING?
Item 4
Which statement describes the way you LEARN about God and your faith?
Connecting with Purpose
We have defined Connecting with Purpose as the ways in which you support the church while Serving and Tithing.
Item 5
Which of the following describes your habits on TITHING?
Item 6
Which of these statements best describes the ways you SERVE God and others?
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