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Disciples commit to worshiping regularly and participating in a small group occasionally so that one's faith and life connect.
 
Worship at Fallston is real, relevant and engaging.  We seek to challenge the faith community every week by suggesting a faith commitment.  Each week, congregation members have an opportunity to make a commitment to Christ and are given practical ways to live like His disciples. 
 
Small groups are opportunities to talk about faith, get to know others, pray for one another and meet new friends.  There are small groups that are topic-oriented, Bible studies, fun and fellowship oriented and service and mission focused.  They meet once or regularly, short-term or long-term.  If you have an interest and have a suggestion for a small group, let us know and we will help you get it started.

Disciples give generously exuding extravagant generosity. “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”

The biblical imperative is a tithe. In the times of Jesus, farmers would harvest their crops but leave about 10% in the field so that the poor, widows and those with no means to buy food would be supported. It was the way the community provided for all of the members of society.

As members of Fallston Church, we commit to making the church our primary charitable focus as we seek to fund mission and ministry. It is a key element of discipleship and in our relationship with Christ. By fully relying on God, by providing a token of our appreciation to God for the blessings in our lives, by committing to trusting that God calls us to reach out to others, we are becoming more like Jesus. Each year, we seek pledges from families so each can make a commitment to Christ of their whole selves. It is a spiritual act to return a proportionate share of our possessions to God and by doing so, we are offering all that we are.

For givers to make Fallston Church their primary charitable giving, they need to trust leadership, see the vision and appreciate the mission. We have much to share and much to look forward to in the future! If you have any questions or would like someone to sit down with you and talk money matters, we are most happy to do so.

Disciples pray regularly for their family and friends, church, pastor, our prayer list and for the world.

Being connected to God daily through prayer changes life. The more you pray, the closer you get to God. Jesus prayed a lot and taught us how to pray. Use the ACTS of prayer to help you in your payer time.

ACTS of Prayer

Adoration: What names of adoration do you use in prayer to honor God? (Heavenly Father, Loving God, Dear Lord, Gracious God, Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer, Jesus, Lord of Life, Great Physician)

Confession: Say who you are and what you are feeling, what you have done, your disappointments and failures, your lack of obedience to God's wishes in your life. God desires for us to share all of this so that He may forgive us.

Thanksgiving: Offer God your thanks for the blessings in your life. If each day we find things to be grateful for, soon life seems much more gratifying.

Supplication: What is on your heart? What do you need from God? Is it peace, is it blessed assurance, is it healing or wholeness? God listens to our prayers.

As we become more like Christ, we must shift our focus from "serve us" to service. The kind of blessings we give through our missional focus come back to us three--fold as we receive blessings from offering a helping hand to others. Whether it is through a mission trip, serving a meal at a homeless shelter, collecting school supplies, or adopting a needy family, there are many ways to make a difference in someone's life. And it is funny — the more you work at making a difference for someone else, the more you are blessed.