You are an
Evangelist

You witness about the eternal truths

Evangelists are conventional believers. 

They value community and hold on to the unchanging truths of teaching and texts.

Core Quality

Evangelists spread eternal truths through how they live and speak.

Purpose and Goal

Evangelists know that one’s witness depends on living and speaking as one is supposed to do. They feel strongly about the fact that the message they are proclaiming should not be changed in any way. 

Evangelists have the ability to see things from someone else’s perspective. They can imagine what others think about them and their faith. Working from this knowledge, they witness through sharing eternal truths. 

Faith Drivers

What are the next steps for Evangelists on their journey of faith?

Evangelists feel called to the “great commission”. This includes the act of sharing their faith and converting non-believers to believers. Evangelists could seek out spaces where they could invite people to their faith community, conduct services outside the church (such as jails) or even “preach” to strangers they meet. Evangelists should be well versed in doctrines of faith as well as the ethics of faith.

They could consider doing basic courses on the articles of faith and Biblical ethics.

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Where do you go from here?

Material to guide you on your way

Evangelists are conventional believers.

Other roles in your faith style:

Core Quality

Storytellers’ faith is anchored in the long-held truths of their faith community. 

Purpose and Goal

Storytellers have faith in deep and unchanging truths. This they have been handed down by significant leaders in their lives as well as by friends. They rely on their community to guide them on their path of faith. They have been taught how to think about life, faith and everything else. These teachings they have claimed for themselves.

 

Core Quality

Volunteers are tirelessly working to make an impact on the world that is in line with their deeply held value systems.

Purpose and Goal

Volunteers know they need to “report for duty” and do their part in changing the world. They express their faith through social projects. These projects are in line with their deeply held value systems. They are tirelessly working to make an impact on the world that fits in with the teachings of their religion.

Core Quality

Beloveds are comforted by God’s love for them personally. They make God’s unconditional acceptance their own and share it with others.

Purpose and Goal

Beloveds have a deep sense of trusting that everything will be okay. God’s love for them is very personal. They rest in the knowledge of God’s love for them.

 

Core Quality

Deacons dedicate themselves to serve in and around their faith community.

Purpose and Goal

Deacons are often “elected” by a church to serve in and around the worshipping. They are often involved in pastoral care and could serve on administrative committees.

 

Core Quality

Companions are striving to be good and loyal members of the community. They are decent and respectable members of their community.

Purpose and Goal

Companions are deeply loyal people who feel closely connected to their church or community. They enjoy being associated with the community in which they grew up. They know these relationships work best when they are sensitive to how the people in their community expect of them to act. For them faith has to do with other people. They share ways of doing things, habits and ways of thinking with the people around them. They strive to be decent and respectable members of their community.

 

Core Quality

Innocents feel free to play inside the invisible boundaries provided by traditional wisdom. They accept this “playing field” as a space in which to bloom.

Purpose and Goal

Innocents rely on traditional wisdom to bloom in life. The life lessons taught to them by people they trust are their guide. They rely on these consistent guidelines for direction. The truths they believe are based on the Bible. These truths are also taught by their leaders.

Core Quality

Team players work closely together with other people inside the guidelines of their communities’ customs and habits. They feel closely connected and deeply care about the group they are part of.

Purpose and Goal

Team players “play” and work well as members of a team. They strive to be exceptionally good at working closely together with other people. They follow the examples of the leader(s) of their community. They select leaders who pull them in and inspire them by their charm, force of personality and strength of character. They know their communities’ customs and habits are based on trustworthy religious answers.

 

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