Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual gifts are what God supernaturally does with what I naturally do. There are a few ways to discover your gifts. Below is a list of some Spiritual Gifts. This list is not exhaustive, but it is a good jumping off point to help you start to discover your God-given gifts. If you prefer to take an assessment, please click the button below.


I organize ideas, things and time for effective results.
I can delegate responsibilities to others.
I can set goals, and I make plans to accomplish them.

Craftsmanship & Arts

I come alive when I can express myself creatively through the arts.
I like using my hands.
I enjoy and appreciate being in or creating beautiful environments.


I like sharing with others how God has changed my life.
It is easy to talk to others about life and/or spiritual matters.
When I share my faith with others I see positive results in their lives.


I am confident that God will meet my needs, and I respond by giving enthusiastically.
I intentionally give up certain things in order to give to God’s work.
I enjoy giving my time and resources to benefit God and/or others.


I find joy in being a help to others.
When I serve God I don’t really care who gets credit.
I like doing things behind the scenes.


My home is always open to guests.
I enjoy creating welcoming environments.
When people visit me they feel good about being in my home.


I feel like my prayers have tangible results in people’s lives.
I take prayer requests very seriously and pray for others often.
Prayer is one of my favorite spiritual exercises.


I trust in God and am not shaken by changing circumstances.
I expect God to move and believe that he will answer my prayers.
I live a boldly obedient life because I believe that God is good and he is for me.


I can motivate others to get things done.
I can lead groups of people toward a common goal.
People look at me as a leader when something needs to get done.


I enjoy doing things to comfort others.
I enjoy helping people who are hurting.
I enjoy helping others even when I know they may not say “thank you.”


I appreciate being asked to do things for others.
I respond cheerfully when asked to do something, even if it’s menial.
I don’t need to be the leader.


I love leading a small group.
I enjoy showing care and concern for groups of people.
I have helped friends or family return to or find faith.


I feel I can communicate biblical truths to others so they are helped.
I enjoy teaching others about Jesus and/or the Bible.
I have been told I have a gift for helping people understand concepts or ideas.


When important decisions need to be made I feel confident in God’s guidance.
When someone has a problem I can often see what the wisest thing to do is.
I have good intuition on how to solve complicated problems.

Spiritual Pathways

Another helpful tool in your spiritual development is discovering the ways that you best connect with God. Please click below for a Spiritual Pathways Assessment.

Spiritual Pathways