Discover Your Spiritual Gifts Inventory

Your Spiritual Gifts Inventory
Take the "Your Spiritual Gifts Inventory" and receive your top 5 Spiritual Gifts FOR FREE by going to the Your Spiritual Gifts website: www.YourSpiritualGifts.com. You can purchase the COMPLETE SPIRITUAL GIFTS with its results on this website.  However, churches can purchase a password for all of their members to receive this COMPLETE SPIRITUAL GIFTS INVENTORY by contacting James Nored at jnored@yahoo.com. 
Note: Any church member at a church in which James is a full time minister can receive this Complete Spiritual gifts inventory for free. Please contact James directly for this password.
The COMPLETE SPIRITUAL GIFTS INVENTORY includes:
  • A questionnaire to help people determine their gifts
  • A person’s top five Spiritual gifts, and three additional gifts to consider
  • Characteristics of each Spiritual Gift
  • A plan for a person to use their gifts in the different aspects of their lives--work/workplace/world, in the church, and in their marriage/family.
  • Videos of people who have used their spiritual gifts.
Those who taken the Spiritual Gifts Inventory and have gone through personal assessments have reported an incredible impact upon their lives. See some of the testimonials from those who have gone Spiritual gifts assessment, as well as recent research on Christian Spiritual Gifts.
 
Also, check out the new Spiritual Gifts Seminar.

Christian Spiritual Gifts Assessment:

The Spiritual Gifts Inventory is a great tool that is most effective when combined with a personal assessment by a teacher/facilitator. In this personal assessment, the teacher/facilitator helps interpret the results and apply them to the person’s life. Here is a brief overview of how to do a personal assessment.
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The Spiritual Gifts Inventory is also greatly amplified in effectiveness when combined with the Strengths Finder tool (www.strengthsfinder.com) from the work Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham and Donald Clifton. The new, updated work, Strengths Finder 2.0 contains less of the theory behind the Strengths Finder, but is less expensive. 

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Comment by REV.MISAKI TURNER on July 20, 2012 at 7:10pm

KEEP THE FAITH BROTHER AND SISTER

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