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Discover Your Spiritual Gifts
Discover Your Spiritual Gifts by C. Peter Wagner


 
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Author: C. Peter Wagner
Subtitle: Identify and Understand Your Unique Spiritual Gift
Format: Paperback
Length: 152 Pages
Published: 2002/2005/2012

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When you become a follower of Christ, you receive gifts from the Holy Spirit. How can you know for certain which gifts you have? And once you do know, how should you use your gifts to best serve God? Discover Your Spiritual Gifts gives you life-changing answers to these questions and more.

In this trusted study, you will be introduced to the 28 biblical gifts, learn the definition and history of each one, and examine biblical and modern-day examples of people who share those gifts. By using the included questionnaire, you will be able to identify your specific gifts and find ways to use them in a community of faith. This edition contains a new Bible study for personal reflection or for use in a small-group setting that will help you explore in greater detail each o the gifts that Dr. Wagner discusses.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: A Fast Track for Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts

Chapter 2: Being Everything That God Wants You to Be

Chapter 3: How Many Gifts Are There?

Chapter 4: Four Pitfalls to Avoid

Chapter 5: Clearing Away the Confusion

Chapter 6: The Five Steps for Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts

Chapter 7: Let’s Get Started!

Study Guide

Glossary of Spiritual Gifts


About the Author

C. Peter Wagner is widely recognized as a leading authority in the fields of church growth and spiritual warfare. President of Global Harvest Ministries and chancellor of Wagner Leadership Institute of Colorado Springs, Wagner is the author or editor of more than 70 books, including Your Spiritual Gifts Can Help Your Church Grow, The Book of Acts, and Apostles and Prophets. Wagner earned a Ph.D. in social ethics from the University of Southern California and served as a professor at Fuller Theological Seminary. Peter and his wife, Doris, live in Colorado Springs.