Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts


This week at our church’s Wednesday night Bible study, we finished up Discover Your Spiritual Gifts: Identify and Understand Your Unique God-Given Spiritual Gifts by C. Peter Wagner. I really enjoyed studying this book and topic with our church family! Even after growing up in the church, I loved some of the clarifications outlined in the book! I also felt it could apply to anyone, whether you’ve been in the church for years or are just getting started.


This is a perfect topic to explore! We each have natural talents and spiritual gifts from the Lord. We also each have a role to play in our church body that utilizes those gifts and talents! It’s exciting to see how we all fit together and can help each other grow. The body doesn’t operate if it doesn’t have all it’s parts — the same is true for a church body!


If you’re looking for an easy to read book that is in plain English that can help you understand your gifts better and how to utilize them, I would encourage you to check out this book!

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About Layne Quintanilla

I'm a Child of God, wife, frugal home school mama, and blogger. Living each day intentionally & full of joy!

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6 Responses to Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts

  1. Diana Ward August 4, 2013 at 7:58 pm #

    Yes, that is a good book. Spiritual gifts are such a valuable part of the Christian walk. It is too bad that so many Christians ignore this subject.

  2. Tina August 8, 2013 at 1:18 am #

    I am definitely going to go and check this book out. This is such an important part of your spiritual walk especially if you are a Christian. Thank you for sharing.

    • Layne Quintanilla August 9, 2013 at 8:46 pm #

      You’re welcome – thank you for reading!

  3. Sandy Cain August 11, 2013 at 1:03 pm #

    Wow, I’m glad I read about this. So often lately, I have been feeling down, and wondering “What happened to the gifts of the Spirit I know I USED to have?” And it’s easy to read and in plain English is a plus to – we are not all seminarians! Thank you, Layne!

    • Layne Quintanilla August 11, 2013 at 10:48 pm #

      Aww, Sandy – I am glad you read it too.

  4. Candice Hull August 18, 2013 at 5:29 pm #

    I am definitely adding this book to my reading list. Sometimes it is so hard to sit, be still and listen to what God wants us to do. We were looking in to a new church, I was having a hard time choosing, mainly because our last church was so amazing. It had a huge children’s area and did excellent studies with the kids and there were always activities to get them in to the Word. I did a lot of work with the church with the kids and Awanas. I finally realized that maybe God was telling me that I was needed at this new church.
    Stubborn me 😀