Faith Check

Read these statements about discipling others to come to know Jesus, and select the number that indicates your level of agreement or disagreement. For this section, answer each question based on what you believe rather than on your current actions.

Skill Check

Please read the statements below and rate how often they describe your activities.

Skill Check

Please read the statements below and rate how often they describe your activities.

Readiness Check

Please read the descriptions of the following behaviors and rate how often you do each of them.

Spiritual Conversations Assessment

How ready are you
to engage people who
believe differently

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Therefore go and make disciples of all nations . . .(Matthew 28:19)

Every follower of Jesus is a commissioned disciple-maker. The question is how well prepared are you to engage people in spiritual conversations?

This assessment will give you insights into your strengths and help identify growth areas to focus on.

There are three sections to the assessment: Faith Check, Skill Check, and Readiness Check. At the end of the assessment, you’ll see a snapshot of your results and you will be able to download a PDF with a more detailed breakdown of your spiritual conversations profile, along with helpful suggestions for next steps in your growth as a disciple-maker.

Testimonials

“It is possible to engage in open and honest spiritual conversations—without awkwardness! The Spiritual Conversations Assessment is as valuable a tool for the seasoned evangelist as it is for someone who is just beginning to learn the art of spiritual conversations.”

Mary Schaller, co-author of The 9 Arts of Spiritual Conversations

“. . . a fresh and innovative approach to  empower Christians for meaningful spiritual dialogue with people who believe differently.”

Jack Eggar, former president of AWANA and co-author of Shaping Your Family’s Faith.

“The Spiritual Conversations Assessment helps Christians rethink what personal evangelism looks like in the post-Christian world.”

David Wollen, host of radio program ANCHOR Today

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Having a vibrant relationship with God is essential for making new disciples

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Reading the Bible is critical for spiritual transformation

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It's not my role to change people. That is the role of the Holy Spirit

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When making new disciples, coming alongside others as a friend is more effective than merely presenting information to them

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When prompted by the Holy Spirit, it is important to share my faith story with those who believe differently

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All Christians are responsible for making new disciples

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It is important for followers of Jesus to intentionally make friends with people who believe differently

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Being nonjudgmental toward people who believe differently is essential in making new disciples

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As a believer, it's important to point others to Jesus

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I believe I have a growing, personal relationship with God through Jesus

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In large groups of people, I readily notice individuals who are in need

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I intentionally pray for people God has put into my life before talking to them about faith matters

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I see people and wonder about their life stories

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I use specific Bible verses when I pray for people who don't know Jesus

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When I look around, I see individuals who need Jesus

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I pray for individuals, by name, to come to faith in Jesus

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I notice individuals and wonder what God might be doing in their lives

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I feel prompted by God to pray for specific people around me who don’t know Jesus.

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I am truly curious about people's life stories and ask questions to get to know them better

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When I am having a conversation with someone, I eliminate distraction and am fully present with them

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In conversations, I ask questions that give people the oppurtunity to sort through their thoughts and opinions

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When someone expresses a belief different from mine, I listen to understand their point of view rather than forming a counter argument in my mind

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I build relationships with people by the kinds of questions I ask them

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I repeat back what someone has said to me to show them my understanding

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I listen not only with my ears but also with my posture, eye contact, and verbal responses

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I ask open-ended questions that help the conversation to go deeper

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God's love for me compels me to love even those I do not know well

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I help people feel welcome by my facial expressions and nonverbal communication

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I intentionally look for ways to show God's love to others even if it inconveniences me

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I create an inviting enviroment in my home or office so people feel comfortable being there

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When others are harsh or unkind to me, I respond in a loving way

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I invite people into acitivites and help them feel that they belong

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I express God's love to others through tangible and simple acts of love

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I look for common ground so that people feel comfortable to express their questions and doubts

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I am able to keep group conversations on track without hurting the feelings of those in the conversation

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I invite people who believe differently to join me in serving worthy causes

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In a group setting, I facilitate conversations so that everyone has a chance to express their opinion

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I serve together with people who believe differently so they can experience God's love and power

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I easily put my relationship with God into words

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I encourage people to think for themselves

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I build relationships with people by serving together with them

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I feel comfortable sharing what I believe about Jesus with others

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In a group setting, I facilitate conversation less like a teacher and more like a guide

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After serving together with others, I initiate oppurtunities to reflect on the experience with them

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My personal relationship with Jesus and genuine love for others compels me to share my faith with them

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In conversations, I ask questions that give people the oppurtunity to sort through their thoughts and opinions

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I read the Bible . . .

My level of concern for people who don't know Jesus is . . .

My scope of concern for people who don't know Jesus includes . . .

My acquaintances who believe differently than me include . . .

In general, my relationships with people who believe differently are . . .

In a month, the number of spiritual conversations I have with people who believe differently is . . .

My experience level with small groups is . . .

My level of confidence in starting a small group for people who believe differently is . . .

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