iChoose2 Identify My Spiritual Gifts

Welcome to Week #12 of our iChoose2 Love My Life: one-year journey toward living a life you love!

This week, we’re identifying our spiritual gifts.  Click here take an assessment to discover your spiritual gifts.

Your Week #12 Video is below. After you watch the video, be sure to leave a comment below sharing one of your spiritual gifts.

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Leigh Ann Napier

I’m iBloom’s Content Creator who loves making our clients’ products & services irresistible to the people who need them. My job is to play with words and help clients tell their story in a way that impacts people, cures an ache, and explains clearly what they do. My favorite part of what I do is helping connect products with people! This allows our clients to make the income they need getting them that much closer to making their personal & professional dreams a reality.
About Leigh Ann Napier

I’m iBloom’s Content Creator who loves making our clients’ products & services irresistible to the people who need them. My job is to play with words and help clients tell their story in a way that impacts people, cures an ache, and explains clearly what they do. My favorite part of what I do is helping connect products with people! This allows our clients to make the income they need getting them that much closer to making their personal & professional dreams a reality.

Comments

  1. One of my spiritual gifts is a genuine care for others, whether I know them personally or not. I’ve always been the kind of person that wants to take the pain away and make everyone feel better. I don’t like to see others suffering and I try to look for ways to possibly help put a smile on their face. 🙂 Have a great week!! HUGS

  2. Thanks for sharing Leigh Ann! It seems that we’re always apparent to some of our gifts, but it was amazing to read the scripture, pray for guidance, and to take the assessment. I was in complete shock (and I mean “jaw dropping to the floor”) when my two main gifts were Apostle and Leadership. I’m one who “goes along to get along” and when I try to speak with authority people tend to get hung up on the superficiality of “my looks” (as I look like a teenager) and don’t see my words always as important guidance. I’m like “God, you think I’m like Paul and Simon and the Twelve Apostles. WHAT?!?” He gently responded, “Why do you doubt?” I responded, “Am I even capable?” He again responded gently “You are.” I spoke about with my dad and he said that it’s not about us, it’s about how God can work through us to do great things. Only God knows my place in His ministry for my life for the Church. I’m ready and willing to take on such a noble role and await His instructions.

  3. mo brown says:

    Thank you. That is much to think about!

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