Do you know your spiritual gifts?

We've grouped serving roles below according to areas of spiritual giftedness. Find your gift (or gifts), click the button, browse through serving roles that correspond to your gifts, and complete the form. A staff member will be in touch to help you get started.

Unsure of your spiritual gifts? Take a few minutes to learn more.

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Administration

Organize people, tasks, and programs to accomplish ministry effectively and efficiently.

Craftsmanship

Creatively apply technical skills as a service to others or to create items for use in ministry.

Creative Arts

Create art, in a variety of forms, to communicate God's truth in an inspired way.

Discernment/Wisdom

Distinguish truth and error, motives, or the presence of evil and share God's perspective with clarity.

Encouragement/Mercy

Come beside believers by extending compassion, comfort, strength, counsel, and encouragement so they can experience God's love.

Evangelism

Build relationships with unbelievers and engage them in spiritual conversations that help them move toward a personal relationship with Jesus.

Faith

Propel the work of the ministry forward by believing God for things that only he can do.

Giving

Cheerfully and generously give resources to fuel ministry without feeling put out.

Hospitality

Create a comfortable environment, in your home or elsewhere, that welcomes others and puts them at ease.

Intercession

Consistently and passionately pray on behalf of others, lifting up their needs and concerns to the Father.

Knowledge/Teaching

Bring truth to situations and inspire growth in others by clearly explaining biblical truth and revealing crucial information for discipleship.

Leadership

Cast vision, motivate people, and build teams to collectively accomplish God's purposes.

Prophecy

Boldly and clearly articulate the absolute truth of God's Word in situations in which it is being ignored.

Service

Joyfully assume the practical tasks that need to be done to serve others and support ministry.

Shepherding

Nurture, care for, protect, and guide people toward spiritual maturity.