Check out this list of spiritual gifts along with a simple definition. The list and definitions are not exhaustive but give you an idea of what each spiritual gift can look like.
- Administration - I can plan, organize and execute procedures that help accomplish ministry objectives.
- Encouragement - I reassure and strengthen those who are seeking help and guidance.
- Evangelism - I boldly present the Gospel, intentionally build relationships and am passionate to see lost people come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
- Exhortation - I challenge people with biblical truth and love to take steps of growth and obedience.
- Giving - I am generous with money, time and resources for the Kingdom.
- Hospitality - I care for people and connect them in loving relationships.
- Leadership - I cast vision, develop strategies and motivate teams to accomplish ministry objectives.
- Mercy - I bring hope and help to people in the midst of their suffering.
- Serving - I demonstrate the love of Christ in practical tasks.
- Shepherding - I care for, guide and nurture people to take steps in their journey of transformation.
- Teaching - I clearly explain and apply the Word of God to help people be transformed.
These gifts do not consider what could be termed as "miraculous gifts," for example: speaking in tongues, prophecy, etc.