You attempt to “make a case” for Christianity. You use a breadth of knowledge, historic proof, philosophic constructs, scientific analysis, and common reason to make a rational appeal for Christianity. You appeal to people’s wills through their minds. You often enjoy reading books, are philosophical, theological, inquisitive, and logical.
You seek opportunities and circumstances to communicate a clear gospel outline and the need to respond. In public or private interaction, you take initiative and utilize a straightforward approach to the gospel with a sense of urgency that people need to hear the gospel. You are a direct and verbal communicator.
Relationships are the most important thing to you. You recognize the need to build authentic, trusting friendships with people. Inviting neighbors, co-workers, or that mom from your daughter’s soccer team to coffee is a very natural thing as you genuinely care for others. Because of the relationships you build, you are able to share with your friends openly and freely about Jesus and invite them into a relationship with Him.
You communicate God’s truth through analogies or parables. Your stories connect felt needs and contemporary stories to Jesus’ story with creativity and personal impact rather than a memorized gospel outline. You tend to think metaphorically or in pictures. You are likely an artist and/or musician. You are talkative, sociable, and down to earth.
You care for the real needs of people. You are both empathetic and sympathetic and place a high value on actions, even menial tasks. You seek to bring relief to others through practical service and have a high concern for social justice. Your kindness often comes at a personal cost as you are patient, gentle, and sacrificial.
People like to talk to you, and you like to help them see what God has to say about their joys, struggles, or challenges. This gives you an incredible opportunity to share the hope of Jesus with others.
You look for any avenue to share the Good News with people around you, with creativity and a variety of skills. You may be a skateboarder, magician, BMX rider, or any other number of things, but you always look for a way to use that to tell people about Jesus.