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Spiritual Gifts Inventory


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Growing Christians want to serve in the Church and want to know how they can be used by God. While every Christian should serve wherever there’s a need, it’s helpful to know where your spiritual strengths lie.

The following evaluation tool will help you determine your spiritual strengths, and give you ideas where you can use them. We call these strengths “spiritual gifts.”

They are called “gifts” because God gives them to every believer at the moment of salvation. These gifts are empowered through the Holy Spirit in us. He helps us use them properly. You can find a description of these gifts in the New Testament: 1 Corinthians 12, Romans 12, Ephesians 4, and 1 Peter 4.

Remember that your involvement in the Church shouldn’t be limited to your spiritual gifts. There are many opportunities to serve in the Church, and growing Christians will serve wherever there’s a need, and not just in the areas of their spiritual gift.

Use the following evaluation tool to determine your spiritual gifts. After the evaluation is submitted, we will instantly provide your spiritual gift profile, along with a description of each gift and ideas where it can be used.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR RESPONDING

  • Work through each of the following 100 statements on spiritual gifts. Check the appropriate circle that best describes to what extent the statement accurately describes you.
  • Do not answer on the basis of what you wish was true or what another says might be true, but what, to the best of your knowledge, is true of you. 

used by permission and adapted from "Maximizing Your Effectiveness" by Dr. Aubrey Malphurs