Spiritual Gift Inventory

A SPIRITUAL GIFT is a special endowment from the Lord to His children to enable them to serve within the body of Christ.
 
Instructions: The following nine spiritual gift categories correlate with your 27-question survey. Identify the areas connected to your highest scores. Next, link your spiritual gifts to the various First Baptist Montgomery ministry opportunities and sign up for an exhilarating kingdom assignment that will grow you and the Body of Christ!
 
EVANGELISM
Evangelism is a special ability and desire to lead other people to have a personal relationship to Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 4:11)
 
PROPHET
The person with the gift of prophecy readily proclaims God's truth in a direct manner. This person senses God's leadership to be straightforward and confrontational when necessary. (1 Corinthians 12:10; Romans 12:6)
 
TEACHING
The teacher has a special desire and ability to provide instruction in God's truth to help grow believers into Christ-likeness. Teaching includes researching, organizing, and presenting biblical truth in a way that effectively connects with students and facilitates Christian growth. (1 Corinthians 12:28; Romans 12:7; Ephesians 4:11)
 
EXHORTER
People with the gift of exhortation are generally good counselors who encourage and motivate others to serve Christ. The exhorter is a cheer leader who has the capacity to inspire others yet they are sensitive and patient with people. (Romans 12:8)
 
PASTOR/SHEPHERD
The gift of pastoring/shepherding links to the person who is concerned for the spiritual welfare of others and desires to train and care for fellow-Christians. (Ephesians 4:11)
 
MERCY
The gift of mercy manifests itself in compassion and caring for other people who are wounded. The person who possesses the gift of mercy is empathetic and seeks to comfort people who are in a difficult situation. (Romans 12:8)
 
SERVING
People with the gift of service possess a special ability to help people in practical ways. Their caring is warm and concrete as they provide support in the accomplishment of ministry tasks. (1 Corinthians 12:28; Romans 12:7)
 
GIVING
The spiritual gift of giving is manifested in persons who freely and joyfully share their resources to serve God and build up the body of Christ. The giver derives great fulfillment from meeting financial needs and supporting Christian ministries. (Romans 12:8)
 
ADMINISTRATION
The person who possesses the gift of administration desires to serve God by organizing and leading groups to accomplish prescribed tasks and God's goals. People with the gift of administration are generally hard working and pay attention to details. (1 Corinthians 12:28)

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