We believe the lists of spiritual gifts in the Bible aren’t meant to be exhaustive. However, we have compiled a list of spiritual gifts that are seen in operation at Clear Creek Community Church.
Administration – working with and through followers toward achieving Biblical goals and organizational objectives.
Church-planting (Also named Missionary) – the Spirit-given ability to minister cross-culturally with the goal of planting churches.
Discernment – to distinguish between truth and error, good and evil.
Evangelism – to act as a productive instrument of God in people coming to faith in Christ.
Exhortation – to come along side another in need of encouragement, challenge or earnest advice.
Faith – to trust in the power and presence of God and to act on this trust.
Giving – to freely give for the Lord’s work.
Hospitality – to provide an open home to those in need of food, lodging and fellowship, and a refuge to a bruised individual.
Knowledge – to master God’s revealed truth in Scripture.
Leadership – to set goals and to motivate others towards their accomplishment in the Body of Christ.
Mercy – to aid the suffering or undeserving and to spare them from punishment or penalties justly deserved.
Prophecy – to report an insight brought to the mind by the Holy Spirit to assist in ministering to others.
Pastoring (Also named Shepherding) – to effectively guide, feed, and protect a flock of followers in Christ.
Teaching (Also named Preaching) – to cause the authoritative word of God to shine by giving detailed understanding and application of Biblical truth.
Helps – to provide timely assistance that relieves other Christian workers for direct spiritual ministry.
Wisdom – to apply knowledge effectively.
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If you want to learn more about Spiritual Gifts, we recommend Discover Your God-Given Gifts by Don and Katie Fortune.