Basic fears
of a Conventional FaithStyle

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Fear of being clueless

People with a Conventional FaithStyle do not like to have no knowledge or clueless how to deal with the world. They want certainty on how to understand life for a perspective of faith.

Fear of being exploited

Conventional believers are very weary of being taken advantage of by strangers. 

Fear of being without influence

Beneath Conventional believers faith sometimes lies a fear that others could gain the capacity to have an effect on their character, or behavior.

Fear of being inadequate

People with a Conventional FaithStyle are afraid of lacking what is needed in life. They don’t want to be lacking to live as good believers.

Fear of being worthless

Although they accept themselves for who they are, people with a Conventional FaithStyle are wary of not having real value or use.

Fear of being nameless

Conventional believers fear being invisible to others. 

Fear of being undeserving of inclusion

Conventional believers sometimes fear not being included within a group or structure.

Fear of being abandoned

Conventional believers want to live their faith inside communities that encourage and sponsor them. They sometimes fear being without friends and leaders who stand behind them, defend them or vouch for them.

Deep drivers
of a Conventional FaithStyle

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The desire to have the know-how

Conventional believers have the wish to have knowledge and expertise when it comes to life and faith. They want to understand what one should believe and fear ignorance.

The desire to safeguard

People with a Conventional FaithStyle prefer to take actions to protect other people and always try to prevent undesirable things from happening. They have an impulse to protect others from harm or damage with an appropriate actions.

The desire to shape

Beneath Conventional believers faith lies a need to give the proper form to life. They want to influence and strear the world around them in the right direction.

The desire to live upright

People with a Conventional FaithStyle strive to be upright members of the community in their person and behavior. They aspire to be honorable and honest, upstanding and respectable.

The desire to be precious

Conventional believers aspire to recognise and embrace their own value. They know they are valuable and should be treat themselves with care.

The desire to be playful

Although they can be serious, people with a Conventional FaithStyle want to live lighthearted. They are often playful, fun-loving, in high spirits, and good-natured.

The desire to belong

Conventional believers love being a member or part of a community. They are determained to be included and connected to people.

The desire to be affiliated

People with a Conventional FaithStyle want to be officially attach to an organization or church. They often join and integrate with groups that share their values.


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