People are concerned with getting to know themselves better so they can be fulfilled, happy, and the best version of themselves so they can be of service to the Lord and to others. As we understand our own giftedness, we can enjoy our work and do it well
Our focus is on the motivational gifts, a biblical way of looking at the inborn gifts God has given to us and to others. The list of gifts can be found in Romans 12. The personal assessment based on this teaching is incredibly detailed, accurate, and effective. You will find it easier to forgive and be less critical of each other. We have tests for adults, teens, and children.
The Server receives joy in helping, assisting, carrying out instructions, being of use in a wide variety of ways. However, servers have a problem saying no, may neglect their own family’s needs by being too busy helping others, and finds it hard to accept being served by others.
The person with the gift of teaching is very analytical and logical, and not concerned with your opinions. They just want the facts and should be functioning to some degree in the area of teaching others. They’re drawn into fields of research and may do their teaching through writing papers, articles, dissertations, or books, rather than in person. However, teachers tend to develop pride in their intellectual ability.
Exhorters are natural counselors and want to impart information and present content that can be made effective in people’s lives. They love to encourage others to live victoriously and are loved because of their positive attitude. However, Exhorters tend to interrupt others in their eagerness to give opinions or advice.
The Giver can be a leader or a follower and has a love for the Word of God, is uniquely resourceful, gives freely of their money, time, energy, love, and possessions, and handles finances with wisdom. However, the giver may upset family and friends with their unpredictable giving patterns.
The Administrator is a born leader, a visionary, constantly writes notes to self, and is highly motivated to organize what they are responsible for. However, they can neglect home responsibilities due to interest in their job (burning the midnight oil).
The gift of compassion is both the most beautiful gift and the most emotionally destructive. They have the greatest capacity to show love, yet are most vulnerable to hurt because their hearts are most open to others. Compassion people are drawn to hurting people and take action to remove hurts and relieve stress in others.