Spiritual Gifts tools

Sunday’s message began a new series called, “Wheelhouse.”  If you have ever heard someone say that a particular subject or skill was “in their wheelhouse,” they mean that it they are consistently strong in that area.  On the other hand, we all have areas that even if we practiced, we just don’t seem to get much traction.

You can hear the first message of the series here.

Steve Miller - July 21, 2013

Responsibility to be Concerned for the Lost

The story of Philemon demonstrates how the people of the New Testament led missionary lives. Philemon was a house church pastor and Paul was even a missionary while in chains. This story reminds us that we have a great responsibility to care for the lost.

From Series: "Owning Up"

The book of Philemon demonstrates Christians taking responsibility seriously. This story of the returning runaway teaches us that we must own up to the responsibilities of seeking forgiveness; granting forgiveness; and the responsibility to get involved when Christians are in conflict. Plus, each Christian has been commissioned with a responsibility to the lost.

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Also, you can begin finding out what spiritual gifts you may have by taking a spiritual gifts inventory.  Keep in mind, that no one is strong in everything.  The great thing about identifying where you are strongest is to help you focus your area of serving God and others in the unique strengths that God placed in you.

Below I’ve listed three free online spiritual gifts tools

1.   www.churchgrowth.org/cgi-cg/gifts.cgi?intro=1
108 questions, questions were simple to understand, not pushy, easier to choose something other than the middle-of-the-road answer, so gives a dynamic result.  This is my favorite test out of the three.

2.  www.chrissealey.com/spiritual-gifts-survey.htm 

Based on Rom 12:6-8, 35 Questions total.

3. www.assess-yourself.org/
33 questions.

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