The Discovery Trail

The Discovery Trail

A tool to help you start to discover your Spiritual Gifts Form Preview
  • The Discovery Trail

    A tool for finding your Spiritual Gift
  • Directions: Honestly evaluate each of the following statements based on your interest. Assume that you have all the experience and training necessary to accomplish the task. Select an answer expressing your reaction to the statement.

    Click "SUBMIT" when finished

  •   Love It! Enjoy It Maybe Probably Not No Way!
    Rejoice in God's provision even while the checkbook is in the red.
    Clean the kitchen once a week.
    Build sets for a drama.
    Search the Bible to check the validity of a sermon or Bible lesson.
    Study a demographic survey.
    Welcome an unexpected guest into my house.
    Use creative ability ( writing, art, drama, music) to benefit the body of Christ.
    Find ways to make biblical content "come alive" for students.
    Call to encourage a friend to stand strong in the faith.
    Help with the emotional pain of the unemployed.
    Give use of my car for youth retreats.
    Plead the cause of God to people.
    Talk about Jesus to strangers who do not know Him.
    Motivate groups toward specific biblical objectives.
    Recognize root problems keeping someone from growing spiritually.
    Be responsible for the spiritual lives of Christians.
    Organize ideas, tasks, people, and time for Christian service.
    Wait as long as needed for the right job opening.
    Run lights for a drama.
    Design better traffic flow for a system of classrooms.
    Recognize when people are wearing "masks".
    Start a new ministry.
    Make strangers feel at ease in my church or in my home.
    Express myself for God through artistic expression.
    Earnestly desire to explain biblical principles to others.
    Help a child ride a horse after having been thrown.
    Sympathize with those who are experiencing hurt.
    Organize and fund an appreciation dinner.
    Correct wrong thinking in a friend.
    Confront my friends and relatives to determine where they stand spiritually.
    Lead and direct people in an important ministry.
    Map out a plan of action for spiritual maturity in an individual.
    Nurture and disciple people.
    Plan things where people are involved.
    Grow a garden from seed.
    Set up or take down chairs for a church banquet.
    Find out what is wrong with a clock and repair it.
    Detect phony or manipulative persons and teachings.
    Start a new business.
    Be more aware of other people's needs than my own.
    Find unique ways to express truths of Scripture.
    Through careful study, clarify ideas for learners.
    Use Scripture to give people help and courage.
    Work with people who suffer form physical, mental, or emotional problems.
    Give when confronted with financial needs of God's Kingdom.
    Relate spiritual insights from the Bible to people.
    Lead others to believe in Christ as their Savior.
    Lead and direct others toward goals.
    Be transparent in sharing areas of struggle.
    Assume responsibility for a Christian being led astray.
    Make effective plans to accomplish goals.
    Trust God to come through when things seem impossible.
    Do dishes after a small group breakfast.
    Make a new pulpit for the sanctuary.
    Look beneath the surface and perceive others' qualities.
    Respond to a long-term need in a new way.
    Make my home available to those in need of hospitality.
    Lead the worship singing.
    Communicate excitement for an idea to a group of people.
    Write notes to praise someone's performance.
    Detect the emotional atmosphere of a group.
    Look for new ways to give financially to the Lord's work.
    Proclaim timely and urgent messages from God's Word.
    End conversations with clear closure.
    Preside at a meeting to chart a new course.
    Give personal feedback.
    Guide other believers toward spiritual maturity.
    Coordinate the details necessary to meet a deadline.
    Trust the safety rope when rock climbing.
    Stamp and fill envelopes for the church secretary.
    Wire the speaker system for the church.
    Able to discriminate between good and evil.
    Design a storage closet for future needs.
    Introduce myself to a new neighbor doing yardwork.
    Innovate.
    Break large concepts into understandable pieces.
    Spend some time in a counseling ministry.
    Watch someone heal from the loss of a parent.
    Live more simply to give more to God's work.
    Build up, encourage, and comfort Christians by speaking to them of spiritual things.
    Share my beliefs in a clear and meaningful way.
    Bear the brunt of criticism for a team's failure.
    Speak the truth of love.
    Equip people to do ministry.
    Delegate important tasks to the right people at the right time.
    Take out a loan for a college education.
    Arrive early Sunday morning to get the coffee going.
    Help a child build a doll house.
    Perceive ramifications of a new law.
    Develop an appropriate form/function chart of company employees.
    Have a genuine appreciation for each guest I minister to.
    Determine feelings which biblical passages bring out.
    Discover new ideas to share with others.
    Help hurting people see God's answers to life's problems.
    Sense when people are hurting and feel their pain.
    Pay rent for a family whose breadwinner has been laid off.
    Speak out on the moral issues of the day such as abortion, teen sex, and racism.
    Listen critically and carefully to someone's beliefs.
    Sense when a group is spinning its wheels and do something about it.
    Define key issues facing a team.
    Work to help a group bond together.
    Decide when to implement projects or ministries.
  • Should be Empty:
Now create your own JotForm - It's free! Create your own JotForm