My Evangelism Profile (beta)

Identify Your God-given Roles


God has designed you for certain roles in evangelism. Choose the 1-4 role(s) that best describe your overall design. Ask the question, “Which roles feel like the most natural fit for me?” Then record your choices in the column at the right.

 

 

 

  1. Apologist: Defending the faith
    For Thinker, Reader, Facts/data, Verbal teacher. Apologists enjoy academic life, teaching, and friendly debate with skeptics. More…

  2. Artist: Sharing the gospel through the arts
    For Hobbyists, Feeling, Intuition. Artists bring unique and creative ways of sharing the gospel. More…

  3. Hospitality Evangelist: Hosting conversations
    For Wide Social Interactions, Curiosity about others, hosting, Shareable hobbies. Hospitality Evangelists love getting people together at parties and events with great atmosphere and food, and opening up meaningful conversations. More…

  4. Developer: Helping others grow into their full potential in Christ
    For Listeners, Curious about others, Big Picture moving to details, Teaching. Developers love to see others maximize their abilities and character in and through Christ, whether they are Christian or (initially) nonChristian. More…

  5. Evangelism Leader: Leading teams for witness
    For Listeners, Wide social interactions, Curious about others, Big picture thinking (vision) leading to details, Leader. Evangelism Leaders recruit and develop teams of evangelists for maximum impact. More…

  6. Farmer/Sower: Scattering seed widely
    For Extrovert, Talker, Wide social interactions, Many friends/acquaintances, Verbal teacher. The Farmer/Sower role plants seeds of the gospel in multiple conversations throughout the week. More…

  7. Gatherer: Drawing a crowd
    For Extrovert, Talker, Wide social interactions, Hospitality, Shareable Hobbies, Up-front communicator, leader with followers. Gatherers are the spark plug of parties and events. They’re good at inviting and getting people into the room. More…

  8. Healer: Providing physical and spiritual wellness
    For Listener, Feeler, Intercessory Prayer, Intuition, Teach by doing. Healers believe God still performs miracles, whether instantaneous or over time. They love to see people brought to health and wholeness. More…

  9. Justice Advocate: Communicating Jesus through justice
    For Direct communication style, Wide social interactions, Hospitality, Leader, Teach by doing. Justice advocates are passionate about overcoming oppression and racism through the power of the gospel. More…

  10. Loyal Friend: Reliable and always there
    For Introvert, Listener, Small circle of friends, Curios about others, Shared hobbies. The Loyal Friend evangelist is the person who shows up consistently and patiently for nonChristian friends, and is in relationships for the long haul. More…

  11. Prayer Warrior: Battling in the spiritual realm
    For Listener, Direct communication, Intercessory Prayer, Practical, Teach by Doing. Prayer warriors know that the real battle is fought in the realm of “principalities and powers.” They seek to break the chains of spiritual oppression. More…

  12. Preacher/Evangelist: Bringing the heat
    For Extrovert (usually), Blunt and Honest, Wide social interactions, Up-front presence, Leader (visionary), Verbal Teacher. The Preacher/Evangelist role is for people with strong speaking/preaching skills and a big vision for seeing large numbers of conversions, mainly through events. More…

  13. Servant Evangelist: Meeting needs behind the scenes
    For Curious, Detail oriented, Practical, Facts/data, Behind-the-scenes work, Teach by doing. Servant Evangelists have a natural eye for seeing people’s needs and then meeting them — such as for transportation, home projects, meals, care-giving, etc. More…

  14. Teacher: Teaching the gospel
    For Talker, Curious, Reader, Verbal Teacher. Teachers have a God-given ability for presenting material in a winsome, organized way. NonChristians can learn the biblical message of salvation through a skilled teacher. More…

  15. Wise Counselor: Giving godly advice
    For Introverted (usually), Listener, Curious, Intuition leading to facts/data, Verbal Teacher. Wise Counselors are often sought out by nonChristians for advice, providing an opportunity for the gospel to be shared. More…

  16. Writer: Communicating the gospel through written word
    For Introvert (usually), Listener, Indirect communication style, Targeted audience, Reader, Behind-the-scenes service, Verbal (written) teacher. Writers love the power of language, especially the written word, to communicate a Christian worldview. They enjoy creating meaningful books, blogs, articles, etc. More…