Spiritual Stage Assessment
Spiritual growth, like physical growth, is a process involving steps and stages that point toward a goal of full maturity. To grow, it is necessary to first know where you are. Below you will find eight categories, each with statements that roughly reflect various spiritual stages where a person may be. Mark the answer in each section that best reflects how you currently act, think, or feel. Your answers will help you and your discipler prayerfully determine your personal spiritual stage. Further instructions can be found at the end of the assessment.
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Disciple's name
Your answer
#1 My Relationship with Jesus
#2 My Relationship with the Church
#3 My Personal and Public Worship
#4 My Group Involvement
#5 My Serving
#6 My Giving
#7 My Church Unity
#8 My Witness
My Stage
Each response from the categories above is related to a stage of spiritual maturity in the order below. Carefully review your answers from above. Now, read the descriptions of the various stages listed in the next section. With your discipler, prayerfully determine what you see as your current spiritual stage. Do not feel embarrassed if it is not the stage you wish it was! Then use your Next Step Guide to determine what steps to take to become more like Christ.
My Stage (mark 1)
1) Pre-Christian: no relationship with God - Eph. 2:1-3
This person does not know Jesus and has not yet accepted Him as Savior. People in this stage may be antagonistic towards God, but they also may be curious and seeking answers about God.
2) Spiritual Infant: needs food and care - 1 Cor. 3:1-3; 1 Pet. 2:2-3
This person has accepted Jesus as their Savior, but their life and actions may not match up with Jesus. Spiritual Infants are poised for growth, but need someone to walk alongside them helping them learn God’s Word and how to grow in their faith. They often exhibit a pure excitement about their faith.
3) Spiritual Child: starting to grow and learn - 1 Jn. 2:12; 1 Thessalonians 2:10-12; Philemon 1:8-11
This person has a faith in Christ, a basic understanding of God’s Word, and is beginning to reflect Jesus in their actions, but they aren’t always consistent. Their faith is often influenced by their circumstances and emotions. The spiritual child will grow as they understand their identity in Christ, find freedom from struggles with sin, and seek opportunities to begin serving.
4) Spiritual Young Adult: wants to serve - 1 Jn. 2:13-14; Gal. 5:13-14
This person recognizes his part in the body of Christ. He has moved from self- centeredness to God and others centeredness. He is characterized by service, zeal, mission and spiritual independence. He has learned to push on when discouraged. This person is involved and connected.
5) Spiritual Parent: ready to reproduce - 1 Jn 2:13-14; 2 Tim. 2:2
This person has been serving and ministering, and now thinks in terms of reproducing. He can feed himself and intentionally recruits people for personal growth and reproducing disciple-makers on the church team. There is someone he is personally trying to help learn and grow.
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