Interactive PowerPoint Presentations for Surveys & Assessments:
Available for FREE – DOWNLOAD BELOW! The actual Surveys & Assessments are available in Word formatting on the SURVEYS & ASSESSMENTS page locate in the RESOURCES menu just below this page.
Legacy in the Balance– includes a Spiritual Passivity Test as part of this message used to assess an individuals level of active engagement in taking initiative in spiritual matters. This message focuses on King David’s relationship with his children and the keys to taking initiative to leave a legacy.
Be Healthy Attitudes PPT – self assessment survey used as part of an introductory message on the Beatitudes in Matthew 5:3-12. The message was entitled the “Be (Healthy) Attitudes” given May 17, 2009.
Door to Abundance – a self assessment survey used to gauge a person’s faith in giving. It was incorporated as part of a message on Philippians 4:14-23 entitled ”Unlocking the Door to Abundance” given March 16, 2008.
Fruit of the Spirit Intro – a survey used as part of an introductory message on the Fruits of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. This message was entitled “Becoming More Like Jesus” given on June 6, 2010.
Jesus & All American – a very useful tool in convincing people that there are none rightesous, no not one, and everyone is in need of a savior. Taken from a message entitled “Jesus and the All- American” which is a study of the text on the Rich Young Ruler out of Matthew 19:16-30.
Spiritual EKG – a 40+ question survey used to assess the spiritual health of a congregation. It can easily be adapted to the unique needs of any congregation and completed in 45 minutes or less on a Sunday morning using an audience response system.
Spiritual GPS – a five question evaluation used to help an individual determine where they are in their relationship with God. Taken from a messasge entitled “Your Spiritual GPS” (God’s Prioritization System) – January 12, 2009.
Where am I – Spiritual Assessment – a 33 question survey tool, utillizing the same spiritual growth continuum as the Willow Creek Association Reveal Study.