Welcome to your Five-fold

Ephesians chapter 4 lists five unique gifts that are given by God in order to build His body, the called out ones, also described as 'ecclesia'. These are the ones that have been called out of darkness into the light; God's eternal purpose. The context of these gifts are the very being of God. He is their origin and they have an eternal purpose. Through the redeemed they are again restored to their God-given purpose.

You will find a range of statements that you need to evaluate. The intent is that they aid you in clarifying which of the gifts are potentially the strongest in your life. The five that are listed in Ephesians are: Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Shepherd and Teacher.

As with all assessments of this kind it remains your responsibility to steward the information you receive. This may be helpful for your further growth and development, and for assisting you in going deeper in God's purpose for your life.

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All the best!

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Once I have an idea I want to create a movement around it
I use a lot of my time thinking and philosophizing.
I am adventurous
Winning others to believe what I believe is natural to me.
I don't consider myself when I help others.
I like to interpret and discover meaning.
I want to fight for an important cause.
I am engaged and animated when I communicate.
I can see what needs to change in a situation
I am an entrepreneur type of person
I often feel that I go against the current.
Pioneering is natural to me
I like to shape opinions.
If something is wrong in a situation, I am the one who speaks up about it, or I am strongly drawn towards speaking up.
I always seek the best for everyone.
I frequently seek to bring peace and harmony.
A God-given calling requires action
I enjoy creating culture
I long for others to be healed and restored.
An innovative idea must be implemented
I come across as knowledgeable.
Others come to me when they need help.
I like to learn from the past.
I see myself as a messenger.
I am a keen observer.
I sense a calling to get people back to God and Truth.
Starting something new inspires me
I am comfortable with what is abstract.
I very much enjoy doing research.
I long for reformation.
I enjoy marketing and sales.
I have a need to protect and defend others.
I often enter a parental role in my relationships.
I am relational and seek community.
I am passionate to share about the Gospel/Kingdom of God with other people.
I often seek to communicate my message through my gifts.
The interpersonal is natural for me.
I enjoy recruiting and mobilizing people.
I very much enjoy being a messenger.
Being an instructor suits me well.
It is very hard for me to compromise my convictions.
I am a storyteller.
It comes natural for me to get involved with people that struggle.
I like sharing my insights with others.
I enjoy helping others.
I enjoy solving problems
I come across as inspiring.
I am future oriented
I enjoy teaching.
My way of thinking often comes across as revolutionary.