Spiritual Gifts Assessment
A spiritual gift is different from talents or strengths. Spiritual gifts are characterized, specifically, by how you are best able to serve others and serve God. It is related to your attitudes and behaviors that are best suited for building up the Church and its people. These are the gifts that you use to glorify God. The gifts listed on this questionairre are not exhaustive but simply meant to be a tool to help you better understand your gifts and how you can use them in your church home.
"The body is a unit, though it is made up of many parts; and though all its parts are many, they form one body. So it is with Christ. Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is part of it." -1 Corinthians 12:12, 27
Please complete the following survey thoroughly. Information will be shared with the church staff so they can better help you find your spot to serve at TBC! Then, check out the spiritual gift glossary on the website for ideas on how you can serve at TBC.
Read over each spiritual gift and based on your perception of your gifts, check off three to five gifts that you might have.
Administration: The ability to work with and through other people to achieve organizational goals.
Creative Communication: The ability to communicate truth about God and faith to people through creative or artistic outlets so that more people can experience faith.
Community Building/Hospitality: The ability to help create koinonia, that unique type of inclusive fellowship characterized by the early church and to welcome people into your life/community.
Encouragement: The ability to come alongside other people who are in need of support and offer them exhortation, challenge, or advice.
Giving: The ability to earn money, manage it well, and give wisely and joyfully to the work of God in the church and in the world.
Leadership: The ability to strategize, set goals, and motivate others towards accomplishments.
Mentoring/Shepherding: The ability to affirm, equip, guide, nurture and support other Christians in spiritual formation, life struggles, and Christian ministry.
Mercy: The ability and desire to help the suffering and even those undeserving of help.
Missions:The ability to move beyond culture, faith tradition, nationality, race, or lifestyle and meet the physical and spiritual needs of people who need help and care.
Music: The capacity to create or perform lyrics, melodies, or songs that lead others to experience, worship, and serve God.
Prophecy: The ability to articulate and express truths about God or what is right, including the willingness to speak up about these things.
Service: The ability and desire to provide assistance to others wherever needed so they may carry out other spiritual ministries.
Teaching: The ability to articulate and help others understand truths about the Bible.
Wisdom/Knowledge: The special ability to have vast knowledge and deep reverential awe of God that is apparent throughout your life and to help others understand these complexities of faith.
What are some things you are passionate about or love doing?
What are some of your strongest abilities or talents?
Check the words the describe your personality.
Enjoys public speaking
What do you do for work and what do you like about it? (or did in the past if retired)
What are some experiences (positive or painful) that have impacted your life?
How do you think God can use these experiences in your life and the lives of others?
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