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A person can become a member of FBG when he or she: 
  • Has made a personal profession of faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. 

  • Has been baptized by immersion as a testimony of his or her salvation. 

We anticipate someone who wants to become a member will: 
You can initiate a membership conversation in one of these ways: 
  • Meeting a pastor who will be waiting near the altar during the response time at the end of a service.  

  • OR Contacting the church office at 512.869.2586 and asking to speak with a pastor about membership.

  • OR Submitting this FORM.

Our desire is for every member at FBG to be able to say: In response to God’s love for me, I commit to: 
  • Joyfully seek ways to bless the church through serving in some capacity (Psalm 130:4; Galatians 5:13). Consistently be active in ongoing discipleship opportunities and worship (Romans 12:1–2;  Hebrews 10:24–25). 

  • Intentionally invest in a smaller community to live life alongside within the church body (Matthew 18:20;  Acts 2:42). 

  • Wholeheartedly agree with and submit to the authority of the Bible and FBG’s understanding of the Bible as listed in our basic beliefs on the website (2 Timothy 3:16–17). 

  • Pray for and faithfully submit to the leaders at FBG as leaders who must give an account for their leadership (Hebrews 13:17–18). 

  • Enthusiastically and consistently share the gospel in the spheres of influence where God has placed me (Matthew 28:18–20; Jeremiah 20:9). 

  • Generously take the initiative to care for the needs of other members (Galatians 5:13). 

  • Faithfully be a steward of the resources God has given through regularly, cheerfully and generously giving to Christ at FBG (2 Corinthians 9:6–8; Acts 4:32). 

  • Humbly and compassionately warn and encourage each other as we recognize someone is drifting toward disobedience (Matthew 18:15–17; Psalm 141:5; Proverbs 25:12). 

  • Mutually submit to each other as members of the body of Christ seeking unity (Colossians 3:14–16;  Psalm 133:1).