I regularly confess my sins to God.
After confessing my sin to God, I easily forgive myself for my sin.
I memorize, write down, or underline scripture often.
I consistently recognize nudges or promptings from God, and follow through with what he asks.
God's grace enables me to forgive people that hurt me.
When faced with a decision, I am usually guided by what the Bible has taught me.
I follow God even when it is uncomfortable or involves suffering.
I am involved with a smaller group of believers that I meet with at least twice a month.
I have a time, place, and plan for Bible reading.
I can look back on my life and see how God has blessed my obedience.
I look forward to gathering with other believers outside of Sunday morning.
My close friends and family would say that God is actually changing me.
I believe the Bible has decisive authority over what I say and do.
I need and welcome others in my life to help me grow in my relationship with God.
I try to live so that others will see love and joy in my life.
My family and friends would say that I am usually a positive, expectant person.
I have close relationships with other Christians who have influence on my life's direction.
I am known to maintain honesty and integrity when under pressure.
I am confident God is working everything out for my good, regardless of the circumstances today.
I believe I have a personal responsibility to help friends, neighbors, and co-workers come to Christ.
I keep my composure, even when people or circumstances irritate me.
I am excited about the sense of purpose I have for my life.
My first priority in spending is to give 10% or more of my income to God's work in my local church.
People have come to ICC this past year as a direct result of my efforts in helping them come.
My hope for the future is not found in uncertain things like my health or wealth, but in God.
I often give up my time, talent, and treasure to meet the needs of others, expecting nothing in return.
I give away my time to serve and help others in my community.
I make my faults known to Christians who care for me.
My spending habits do not keep me from giving what I feel I should give to God.
I know how to share my faith with people who are not Christians, and I do.
I don't compare my sin to other people's sin.
I believe God loves me even when I do not obey him.
I allow other Christians to hold me accountable for my actions.
When I confess my sin, I believe that God has totally and permanently forgiven me.
I believe the words of the Bible are words from God and absolutely true.
I feel that I have much to give, both with my finances and my time.