Newsletter Update  
February 2017  

Dear Friends,

God designed the Church to be healthy and grow as we each do our part by using the spiritual gifts He has given us (Eph. 4:16). What a privilege to be enabled to work in cooperation with God!
 
The past month some of the posts looked at the spiritual gifts that seem to best fit certain types of ministry:

No matter what our spiritual gifts may be, or how we serve, even if behind the scenes, we must remember that God wants us to do what we do as a means of loving Him and loving people (Matt. 22:37-40). Here are some ways to do that:

This month's Bible teaching method instructs us on how to use assignments so let me give you an assignment:

  • If you aren't sure what your gifts might be, try the online spiritual gifts test. Be sure to follow the links on the results page to see how your gift(s) can be used.
  • If you're responsible for helping people in your church or ministry do their part, take time to reflect on how well you are operating within the sphere of people's giftedness. Visit: 5 Keys to Operating within the Sphere of Giftedness

However you serve, ask God to grow within you an even greater love for Him and those you serve (Phil. 1:9; Gal. 5:13) as you do your part.

Yours in His service,

Phyllis Kline
Ministry Tools Resource Center

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