How to Renew

An FCS Membership Application only has to be completed once for each adult FCS member (it does not have to be completed again for membership renewals).

Membership due options, if paying online, include:

  • One-year membership/membership renewal – $20.90
  • Two-year membership/membership renewal – $36.35 (a 13% discount)
  • Three-year membership/membership renewal – $51.79 (a 17% discount)
  • Five-year membership/membership renewal – $82.61 (a 20% discount)
  • Lifetime membership – $309.30 (equivalent to 15 one-year membership renewals)

These options include 3.0% plus 0.30 PayPal fees.

You can pay your dues online on the right side of any page on this website. Click the “Membership Payment” drop down button. There are five options to choose from. Then click “Pay Now.” You can pay by credit card or PayPal. You do not need to be a PayPal member to make a payment.

If you pay online, please send Randy Rowley an email to let him know at randywrowley@gmail.com.  Sometimes the PayPal email notifications go to his spam folder, which he does not check.  When you let him know that you’ve joined he’ll look in his spam folder for the email.

Membership renewal due options, if paying by check or cash, include:

  • One-year membership/membership renewal – $20.00
  • Two-year membership/membership renewal – $35.00 (a 13% discount)
  • Three-year membership/membership renewal – $50.00 (a 17% discount)
  • Five-year membership/membership renewal – $80.00 (a 20% discount)
  • Lifetime membership – $300.00 (equivalent to 15 one-year membership renewals)

You can mail a check to Randy Rowley at 11612 Birchbark Trail, Austin, TX, 78750. Please do not mail cash. Make your check out to “FCS.”

You can also deliver a check or cash to Randy.

Renewing FCS members do not receive a FCS Gear membership benefit; however, anyone can purchase FCS Gear at any time.

Bible verse of the day

Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation.

Today’s Devotionals and Blogs

Kent Crockett’s blog – www.kentcrockett.blogspot.com

Mark Dillow’s blog – http://noclearline.net/