Discover how God has gifted you with your unique personality and spiritual gift(s) and explore how He has designed you for a specific role in the body of Christ. Get a head start by taking your Spiritual Gifts and Personality (DISC) Assessments today.
Discover 301 meets the third Sunday of each month at 11:00 a.m. in Guest Central.
Discover Your Spiritual Gift
This questionnaire is designed to be a tool to assist you in defining your strengths in the area of ministry. Through the results, it is our desire that you will be able to more clearly see what your particular strengths and gifts are and therefore will have a clearer vision for what part God would have you play in the body of Christ at Bellevue Baptist Church.
We want you to be honest and open when evaluating yourself and take into consideration that while we should all have certain good qualities as Christians, there are differences in motives and in ways of expressing the unique character that God has gifted each one of us with.
As a member of the body of Christ, you are very crucial to the overall health and strength of the body. We will only function as effectively as God intended if each member is doing its part. That is why we have a strong conviction that each member have a place in ministry, and we hope this assessment will give you information that will be helpful in finding that place of service that God intends for you to have within our body.
Discover Your Personality
This assessment is designed to assist you in identifying your personality strengths and weaknesses as they specifically relate to ministry and service in the local church. It is not designed to put you into a box or a mold, but rather to enable you to understand why you are motivated the way you are and what some of the accompanying weaknesses might naturally be. In turn, you can use this information to assist in finding the ministry or service area that best utilizes your unique strengths.
On this assessment you will find four sets of five statements. Please check the characteristic that best describes you as an individual in all 20 statements.
Keep in mind that the church will not be looking at your answers, but rather using the overall information to highlight areas in which you are especially gifted and motivated. Once your primary areas of ministry strength are identified, we can then use this information to identify specific service opportunities which may be of interest to you.