Spiritual Pathways Results

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Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 7.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 17.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 10.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 14.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 14.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 24.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 0.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 17.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 19.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 22.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 21.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 3.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 3.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 1.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 3.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 24.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 3.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 23.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 10.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 22.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 21.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 2.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 0.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 5.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 0.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 6.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 23.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 20.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 24.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 19.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 23.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 21.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 5.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 18.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 22.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 22.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 3.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 4.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 22.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 5.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 20.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 4.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 5.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 22.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 22.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 5.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 6.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 22.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 2.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 2.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 0.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 1.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 10.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 3.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 22.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 23.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 5.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 5.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 4.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 2.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 1.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 6.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 22.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 20.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 19.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 0.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 21.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 21.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 23.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 23.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 6.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 17.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 21.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 22.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 7.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 14.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 23.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 23.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 17.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 18.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 24.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 19.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 24.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 24.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 19.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 8.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 22.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 1.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 5.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 23.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 5.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 6.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 3.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 21.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 3.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 8.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 2.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 6.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 21.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 18.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 3.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 10.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 3.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 2.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 7.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 21.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 24.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 7.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 8.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 9.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 23.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 5.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 11.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 20.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 16.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 22.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 5.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 5.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 17.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 21.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 7.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 10.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 3.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 9.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 17.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 18.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 16.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 6.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 3.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 20.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 23.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 12.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 3.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 18.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 8.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 4.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 18.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 4.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 6.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 10.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 4.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 14.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 7.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 3.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 4.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 21.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 21.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 19.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 24.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 19.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 23.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 18.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 8.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 20.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 16.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 4.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 7.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 4.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 5.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 9.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 7.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 8.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 8.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 10.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 10.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 12.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 9.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 19.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 20.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 6.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 12.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 1.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 4.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 5.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 6.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 10.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 14.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 3.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 5.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 0.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 4.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 13.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 8.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 8.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 14.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 17.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 7.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 11.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 14.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 19.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 7.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 16.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 22.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 11.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 13.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 14.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 6.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 4.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 11.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 15.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 20.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 17.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 18.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 14.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 13.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 9.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 15.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 13.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 11.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 9.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 15.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 17.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 6.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 13.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 18.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 17.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 21.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 14.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 15.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 18.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 12.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 5.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 12.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 16.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 16.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 18.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 10.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 15.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 16.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 8.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 17.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 12.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 11.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 16.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 15.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 19.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 10.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 8.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 7.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 9.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 8.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 20.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 13.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 12.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 13.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 10.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 15.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 13.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 13.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 17.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 9.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 11.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 12.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 14.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 14.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 6.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 12.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 21.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 10.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 11.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 3.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 19.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 14.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 21.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagement of their mind moves to their heart and grows their love for God.  This is not about being academic, but having a mind that learns new truths about the power, love, and glory of their maker.

Naturalist: 9.00

"Let me be outdoors!" Naturalists experience God when they are outdoors. Being in creation turns their heart to the Creator.  They delight in the beauty, intricacies, and wonder of all God has made.  Connecting with God and falling in love with Jesus is propelled forward as they encounter God in creation.

Sensate: 11.00

"Let me experience!" Sensates feel closest to God when their senses are brought alive through sounds, sights, smells, and touch that connects them to God’s presence and goodness.  When their full array of senses are engaged, church services, worship experiences, and life’s experiences connect them to God in powerful ways.

Traditionalist: 16.00

"Let me remember!" Traditionalists feel closest to God when they can engage in rhythms, rituals, or practices that remind them of God’s grace and goodness.  Familiar songs, Scriptures, images, and experiences draw them naturally into God’s presence both in gathered worship and in the flow of life.

Ascetic: 19.00

"Let me be alone!" Ascetics feel closest to God when they are alone and there is nothing else to distract them from focusing on His presence. They might describe their faith as more "internal" than "external," and prioritize silence, solitude, and simplicity in their daily walk with God.

Activist: 2.00

"Let me conquer!" Activists feel closest to God when they are cooperating with Him in standing up for His will, ways, and justice in the world.  Courageous confrontation is important for the activist.  Activists see when something needs to be confronted and changed and they partner with God in making it happen.

Caregiver: 6.00

"Let me care!" Caregivers feel closest to God when they see Him in the needy, the poor, the sick, and the forgotten. They encounter God's presence most strongly when they are caring for the hurting in a practical way and feel an intimate partnership with God in these acts of service.

Enthusiast: 6.00

"Let me celebrate!" Enthusiasts feel God's presence deeply and passionately in the flow of life and in gathered worship times. They often experience a strong emotional response to God’s presence and this brings joy.  They feel spiritually energized when they take risks on behalf of God or see him move in powerful, mysterious, or supernatural ways.

Contemplative: 15.00

"Let me feel!" Contemplatives feel closest to God when they can focus on what He has done for them and how much he loves them. They would describe their relationship with God as intimate and say that God is their closest friend.  They feel the care of God and see Jesus as always present.

Intellectual: 15.00

"Let me think!" Intellectuals feel closest to God when they are learning something new about Him that they did not understand before. Engagem