Paul writes that we “are the body of Christ and individually members of it” (1 Corinthians 12:27). Here’s what your results mean:
Brain You are organized and have natural leadership abilities. When something needs to be done, you prefer to make a plan and see it through, step by step.
Ears You are a good listener. You listen to friends who are hurting, pay attention to
teachers and pastors, and hear the cries of those who are in need.
Eyes You see all the ways that God is at work in the world around you and have an eye for the work that God is calling Christians to do.
Feet You are quick to respond and to go wherever you need to go to do the work God has called you to do.
Hands You are a hard worker and aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty doing work that
needs to be done.
Heart You are compassionate and sympathize with the pain that others are feeling. You
encourage your friends and peers in times of celebration and in times of sadness.
Kidneys You are the filter. You know what things are healthy for the body of Christ and
what things are not. You embrace what is good and stay away from what is bad.
Stomach You do the work of digestion. You understand complex ideas and are able to explain them to others in ways that make sense.
Voice You speak the truth, taking a stand against injustice and proclaiming the good news of Christ. You don’t hesitate to tell people what they need to hear.