Fallbrook Church Spiritual Health Check-Up

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    At Fallbrook Church we desire to help you experience God’s love and to become fully devoted followers of Jesus. To assist you on that faith journey, we invite you to take quarterly Spiritual Health Check-Ups to evaluate your growth throughout the year. Our hope is that you prayerfully use this tool in order to shape you into the person God wants you to become. This check-up is divided into five purposes of Worship, Fellowship, Discipleship, Ministry and Evangelism. To get the most out of this booklet we suggest you do the following: 1. Take the Spiritual Health Assessment. The assessment will give you a snapshot of your spiritual health, and pinpoint areas that may be out of balance. This will help you and your Spiritual Health Coach identify the purposes you would like to work on and those in which you are strong. 2. Choose a Crawl, Walk, or Run Step to Get Started. At the end of your check-up, you will be asked the speed in which you wish to grow, with a beginning step (crawl), an intermediate step (walk), and a more advanced step (run) based on the questions found in the Spiritual Health Assessment. 3. Find the Purpose You Want to Work On. Within 1 week, you will receive a call to schedule a time to go over your scores with one of our Coaches. This appointment may be conducted person-to-person or by telephone. During your appointment, you will be provided with a Spiritual Health Plan (prescription) and recommended books, small group studies, classes, and practical suggestions that will take you further in your growth. 4. Follow-up. Throughout the first year, you will receive frequent follow-ups (via telephone, person-to-person or messages). The purpose of the follow-ups is to encourage you, help with accountability when needed, and actively support you as you take spiritual risks and face challenges unique to your life.
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    I am quick to confess anything in my character that does not look like Christ.
    I allow God’s Word to guide my thought and change my actions.
    I can praise God during difficult times and see them as opportunities to grow.
    I am making better choices to do what is right when I am tempted to do wrong.
    I have found that prayer has changed how I view and interact with the world.
    I am consistent in pursuing habits that are helping me model my life after Jesus.
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    I regularly use my time to serve God.
    I am currently serving God with the gifts and passions He has given me.
    I often think about ways to use my God-given gifts and abilities to please God.
    I enjoy meeting the needs of others without expecting anything in return.
    My friends would say my life is a reflection of giving more than receiving.
    I see my painful experiences as opportunities to minister to others.
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    How I live my life shows that God is my highest priority.
    I consistently tithe 10% of my income to my church.
    There is nothing in my life that I have not surrendered to (kept back from) God.
    I regularly meditate on God’s Word and invite Him into my everyday activities.
    My finances shows I think more about God and others than about myself.
    I give beyond my regular tithe (10%) to missions or ministry projects.
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    I am genuinely open and honest about who I am.
    I am faithful to the promises and commitments I’ve made to others.
    I have an easy time receiving advice, encouragement, and correction from others.
    I am praying for the salvation of my family and friends.
    I have a deep and meaningful connection with others in the church.
    I gather regularly with a group of Christians for fellowship and accountability.
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    I feel a personal responsibility to share my faith with those who don’t know Jesus.
    I regularly pray for those who don’t know Christ.
    I am confident in my ability to share my faith.
    My heart is full of passion to share the gospel with those who have never heard it.
    My relationship with Jesus comes up when talking to those who don’t know Him.
    I will go anywhere God calls me, in whatever capacity, to share my faith.
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