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- Driven, result-oriented
- Quick thinker, Independent
- Completes responsibilities
- May seem arrogant
- Likes the bottom line
- Can become critical
- Great at motivating others to accomplish more
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Below are your Spiritual Gifts from Strongest to Weakest
Those who possess this gift are humble in nature. They do not seek attention or praise from men and are content to be about God's work. You have a servant's heart and people respect you and look to you as an example.
Rom. 12:7; 1 Cor. 12:28; Acts 16:1-2
TIMOTHY-Biblical Person with this Gift
- Alert to the needs of others (Philippians 2:19-20)
- Urgency about every assignment
- Wants the job completed successfully
- Needs to be with people
- Can be short-sighted (1 Timothy 6:20-21)
- May feel inadequate (2 Timothy 2:1-7)
- Needs no recognition
USING YOUR GIFT
- Maintenance, repair, facilities
- As a nursery or kitchen worker
- As an office worker
- Possible media technician
- As a health care worker, EMT, First Responder.
- Welcoming Guests
- As a greeter or an usher.
- Serving in Special Needs ministries
Strengths: Flexible and selfless, loves to help others
Weaknesses: Takes on too much, can burn out
True prophets have a sensitive conscience, but are called to be defenders of the truth. When others are confused, they have crisp, decisive insight and can convey God's intent with authority.
Roman 12:6-16;Eph. 4:11
PETER - Biblical Person with this Gift
- Feel the need to express themselves (Act 2:14)
- Usually discerns the characteristics of others accurately (Acts 5:1-3)
- Refuses dishonesty and hypocrisy (Romans 12:9)
- Open about themselves (Luke 5:1-8)
- Can be very blunt/outspoken (Matthew 16:21-22)
- Persuasive and demanding (John 21:1-3)
- Demands loyalty and gives loyalty (Luke 22:31-33)
- Willingness to be broken (John 13:1-9)
USING YOUR GIFT
- As a preaching Evangelist
- In pastoring if you have the other supporting gifts
- In counseling to help point out sin in person's life
- In preaching on gospel teams
- In prison ministry
- In cross-cultural ministry
Strengths: Bold communicator, points the way, declares truth
Weaknesses: Confrontation, fighter
Those with this gift demonstrate true empathy (sharing the feelings and hurts of others). You understand emotions of helplessness, isolation, fear, and anger, and can offer great hope of change to others. The empathy you feel usually comes from personal suffering, so you can offer spiritual advice for those undergoing similar difficulties.
JOHN - Biblical Personality with this Gift
- Has a heart for what other's feel
- Attracted to those in emotional distress
- Can sense when someone is having difficulty
- Hurts when the other person hurts
- Will do everything within their power to end suffering
- Sensitive to other's criticism of a suffering person
- Draws strength from others
- Shuts out people who are insincere
USING YOUR GIFT
- As a hospital, assisted living, shut-in worker.
- Work with homeless, distraught, underprivileged
- As an usher or greeter, welcome center worker.
- Any opportunities for hospitality and guest relations
- As a receptionist, welcome desk
- As a member of newcomer team.
Strengths: Interested in who needs loving care
Weaknesses: Too sensitive
Encouragers have the special ability to offer a rebuke or challenge in such a way that others are inspired to change. They are sensitive to the frustrations of others causing people to seek them out. They are seen as being real, impartial, and fair.
Rom. 12:8; Colossians 1:28-29; John 16:7-13
PAUL-Biblical Person with this Gift
- Desire to reach their full potential (Colossians 1:28-29)
- Can discern spiritual matters (Acts 13:7-12)
- Always looks for precise steps to achieve goals (2 Timothy 2:1-7)
- Has the ability to accept difficulties to achieve growth (2 Corinthians 12:7-10)
- Everything becomes practical and has a learning experience
- Bored with details
- Always seeks to bring harmony
USING YOUR GIFT
- As a “trainer” in areas of leadership or methodology
- As a counselor, especially in a counseling center
- As an small group leader facilitator
- As a seminar speaker
- As a counselor in drug programs, rescue mission, ect.
- As a follow-up with new converts.
- As an encourager to those who are discouraged.
Strengths: Strong sense of concern, compelled to give advice
Weaknesses: Talks too much
The ability to be a bold witness and an effective messenger of the good news of the Gospel sharing salvation and leading others to make a profession of Faith. They reap what others have sown. They are bold and passionate about reaching others.
PHILIP - Biblical Personality with this Gift
- Is outgoing and seldom meets a stranger
- Is fulfilled working one-on-one or with groups
- Get's along well with others
- Is more lighthearted than depressed
- Is expressive in speech and communication
- Is tolerant of people and their weaknesses
- Is impulsive at times; likely to make decisions based on emotions.
- Appears peaceable and agreeable
- Displays enthusiasm
- Is talkative and can interject in any conversation
- Has a burning desire to meet unbelievers
- Has a clear understanding of the gospel message
- Remembers people's names and faces
- Works hard at becoming a good listener
USING YOUR GIFT
- In visitation programs
- In special evangelistic efforts
- In altar calls or invitations to lead new converts to Christ
- In church planting
- Missions (short/long term)
- In many public speaking ministries
Strengths: Compelled to share their faith, dynamic
Weaknesses: Witnessing without knowledge
Teachers who are divinely called have the ability to make God's Word come alive. They communicate God's wisdom so that others can grow in their faith. No matter how much they study, they sense there is still much more to learn. They communicate truth from the heart of study and knowledge.
Rom. 12:6-7; 1 Cor. 12:28; Eph. 4:11
LUKE -Biblical Personality with this Gift
- Very systematic and attentive to accuracy
- Investigative and detail-oriented
- Enjoys research and study
- Doesn't rely on the knowledge of others
- Remains quiet until the information is complete
- Always tests information
USING YOUR GIFT
- As a teacher of teachers.
- As a writer and developer of curriculum.
- As a Bible college or seminary teacher.
- As a Bible institute teacher in a local church.
Strengths: Loves to study, enjoys expressing why things are true
Weaknesses: May miss the obvious, digs too deep
Those with a Pastor/Shepherd's heart care deeply for others. They are able to take on the responsibility of caring for the spiritual protection and growth of groups of believers. Those with this gift are energized by caring and leading groups of people from small to large.
DAVID - Biblical Personality with this Gift
- Is usually patient with people
- Will have the needs of others on their heart all the time
- Is people-centered
- Is authoritative
- Is more of a leader than a follower
- Is expressive, composed & not easily shaken
- Seems to draw people to themself
- Has a pleasing personality
- Is protective of those under him
- Is sensitive to negativity and things that cause disunity
- Tends to become a workaholic
- Is able to resolve problems quickly and easily
- Has a desire to learn and grow
USING YOUR GIFT
- As a Pastor or Pastoral Staff
- As a Sunday school teacher
- As a special ministry leader
- As a volunteer or paid staff member in a shelter forabused, homeless, or other hurting people
- As a small group leader
Strengths: Emphasizes harmony, motivation to lead
Weaknesses: Takes advantage of others' trust
The special ability to strategize a plan of action from goals to completion. Persons with this spiritual gift understand the mechanics of executing many tasks and details. They see ahead to the next step and can forecast obstacles that others may not recognize.
1 Cor. 12:28; Nehemiah 1-13
NEHEMIAH - Biblical Personality with this Gift
- Loyal (Nehemiah 1:1-4)
- Self-starter (Nehemiah 1:5-11; 2:5-6)
- Ability to evaluate what is needed to achieve goals (Nehemiah 2:7-8)
- Assumes responsibility in the absence of leadership (Nehemiah 2:10)
- Is not detail-oriented (Nehemiah 2:12)
- Has an ability to see the end vision - (Nehemiah 2:13-17)
- Can break large projects into small projects (Nehemiah 3)
- Refuses the negative (Nehemiah 4)
- Knows what needs to be delegated (Nehemiah 4:13-23)
- Enjoys seeing everyone take part in the success (Nehemiah 12:43)
- Never rests. Always reaching for another goal (Nehemiah 13:7-8)
USING YOUR GIFT
- As the leader of a project, ministry or program.
- Leading a committee, board, or team
- As a planner or coordinator.
- As Pastor or Assistant Pastor, Executive Pastor
- As an office manager or department head
- As a System Leader
- As a ministry coordinator.
- As a leader of ladies/men's fellowship.
Strengths: Initiator, likes to organize/delegate
Weaknesses: Expects too much
Those with the gift of giving live with the underlying awareness that life is temporary and are more firmly focused on eternity than others are. Those with this gift have a special responsibility to be intentional about stewardship.
Rom. 12:6-8,13; Acts 4:32-37; 2 Corinthians 9:6-7
BARNABAS-Biblical Person with this Gift
- Wise in money matters (Acts 4:32-37)
- Gives quietly without public notice (Luke 6:38)
- Gives faithfully, consistently, cheerfully (2 Corinthians 9:6-7)
- Gives to motivate other people (1 Kings 8:62-63)
- Tests other's love for giving (Luke 16:10)
- Never gives and forgets
USING YOUR GIFT
- As strong supporters for the Body of Christ.
- As a member of finance team.
- As a member of the missions or building teams
- As a financial counselor
- Board of a non-profit
- Looking and discerning financial needs of others
Strengths: Unique financial insights, conscientious, conservative
Weaknesses: The power of money, lack of ministry vision
Personality Combined with Serving-Helps
They are very driven individuals and approach a project by taking charge. Organizers are not fond of meetings and lengthy discussions. They are task-oriented and can easily become workaholics and burn out their team. Their drive can make them demanding and offensive. They would be wise to slow down and learn to delegate. They are very effective and efficient leaders.
Who are you?
What do you do under pressure?
- Make irrational decisions
- Take things personal
- Become rude and verbally abusive
- Become very impatient
- Become extremely demanding
- Erupts in anger
- Run over people
When are you at a your best?
- Accepting challenges
- Being innovative problem-solvers
- When in control
- Working independently
- Making decisions
- Leading change
- Under pressure and deadlines
- Opportunities to advance their career or agenda
Where are your blind spots?
- Control freaks
- Lack of concern for others
- Becoming highly skeptical
- Easily overloaded
- Can't say no
- Fear of being taken advantage of by others
- Seen as condescending
- Lack of accountability
- Building deep relationships
How do you work with me?
- Give the bottom line
- Focus on the “what” instead of the “how”
- Avoid small details and negative points
- Be direct
- Avoid rambling
- Confront them with respect
- Get to the point
- Don't box them in with too many guidelines
- Do not micro-manage
If you scored VERY high on one of your personality traits, the
following may also be true about you.
THIS IS A HIGH
- Can be domineering
- A high need to achieve
- Always working on the next project
- Need choices
- Can be very controlling and persuasive
- Energized by challenging situations
- Like to be the boss
- Can be dynamic leaders
- Laser-focused on tasks, not people
- Can be very suspicious of the intentions of others
- May treat people as a means to an end
- Often perceives others as being too slow
- Focus a lot on self-worth and success
- Facing challenges
- Solving problems by themselves
- Being in control
- Feeling respected and liked
- Competitive environment
- Goal-oriented opportunities
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