Spiritual Gifts Survey

Rate how often each statement is reflected in your life:

1. I am willing and able to learn executive skills such as planning, organizing, and delegating.
Rarely Often
2. I am warm towards and cooperate in my church's foreign missions emphasis.
Rarely Often
3. There are times I sense that a particular teaching is unbiblical.
Rarely Often
4. I enjoy sharing the message of the Gospel as I understand it.
Rarely Often
5. I am accepting of persons deeply troubled or in crisis.
Rarely Often
6. I have assurance that God answers prayers.
Rarely Often
7. I feel deeply moved when confronted with the urgent financial needs of others.
Rarely Often
8. I get much satisfaction from hosting persons who need ministry at my home.
Rarely Often
9. I am concerned to read, study and learn Biblical truths.
Rarely Often
10. I find it easy to motivate others to follow through on a ministry project.
Rarely Often
11. I hurt for others who are poverty-stricken, physically sick, a stranger, or imprisoned.
Rarely Often
12. I am concerned to verbalize Biblical truths which build, encourage, and comforts groups of believers.
Rarely Often
13. I am ready to commit myself to care for the spiritual welfare of a group of young Christians.
Rarely Often
14. I usually have a readiness to take on helping roles.
Rarely Often
15. I have a strong conviction that Biblical truths should be understood accurately and be applied to current living.
Rarely Often
16. I have a reverence for God and His will for my life.
Rarely Often
17. I do well in evaluating results from studies on the effectiveness of a major church program.
Rarely Often
18. I am frustrated when there is little opportunity to minister to those of different customs or language.
Rarely Often
19. I receive affirmation from mature Christians that I am able to distinguish spiritual untruth from supernatural insights.
Rarely Often
20. I wish to relate to non-Christians so I can share my faith.
Rarely Often
21. I am sensitive and sympathetic to persons who seem to be suffering or mentally ill.
Rarely Often
22. I feel joy in persisting in prayer for specific needs.
Rarely Often
23. I am willing to maintain a lower standard of living to benefit God's Word.
Rarely Often
24. I am comfortable with opening my home to others regardless of how neat or clean it is.
Rarely Often
25. Paul's concern (Col. 1:10) that I be 'increasing in the knowledge of God' is something I take seriously.
Rarely Often
26. I would enjoy guiding a group of people to achieve their desired ends.
Rarely Often
27. I desire to do acts of love and kindness for those who cannot or will not return them.
Rarely Often
28. I enjoy sharing a hymn, lesson or Bible interpretation so that all believers present may learn.
Rarely Often
29. I sense a need to select disciples and equip them to serve one another.
Rarely Often
30. I would rather be a supportive background person than a 'performer.'
Rarely Often
31. I enjoy knowing the meaning of key words in Scripture.
Rarely Often
32. I effectively solve problems using Biblical principles.
Rarely Often
33. I am able to organize ideas, people, things and time for more effective ministry.
Rarely Often
34. I am concerned to take part in starting a new local church.
Rarely Often
35. I am able to differentiate between demonic influence and mental illness.
Rarely Often
36. I am at ease in sharing how Christ is my Savior and Lord.
Rarely Often
37. I am willing to be called alongside another person seeking my encouragement, challenge, or advice.
Rarely Often
38. I depend upon God's resources and guidance to an unusual degree.
Rarely Often
39. I consider all that I own or am as resources for stewardship to God.
Rarely Often
40. I am willing to use my home furnishings and personal belongings to serve others outside my immediate family.
Rarely Often
41. I am moved to study Scriptures so as to be unashamed in accurately handling it.
Rarely Often
42. I often assume responsibility when no official leaders are designated.
Rarely Often
43. I am content to serve the suffering or undeserving.
Rarely Often
44. I prefer congregational preaching which explains and applies Biblical truths.
Rarely Often
45. I enjoy having responsibility for the growth of a group of Christians.
Rarely Often
46. I am satisfied to express my skills by helping others in charge.
Rarely Often
47. I believe that the teaching-learning process is vital to local church growth.
Rarely Often
48. Others often ask me for workable ideas or alternatives.
Rarely Often
49. I am able to lead a committee or group in making decisions together.
Rarely Often
50. I desire to serve in a cross-cultural situation.
Rarely Often
51. I see the difference between truth and error.
Rarely Often
52. I am concerned to communicate my personal relationship with Christ to others.
Rarely Often
53. I have compassion towards those who are broken hearted, addicted or oppressed.
Rarely Often
54. I am comfortable around people who pray a lot for others.
Rarely Often
55. I am concerned that the money I give be used as efficiently as possible for God.
Rarely Often
56. I take pleasure with an open heart in using our home to serve people in need of shelter or healing.
Rarely Often
57. I long to share with others the Biblical insights I discover.
Rarely Often
58. I am willing to persuade others to move towards Biblical objectives.
Rarely Often
59. I am cheerful, available and involved in hospital, prison, or similar visitation.
Rarely Often
60. I am not afraid to speak boldly about evil in worldly systems, such as government.
Rarely Often
61. I am concerned to guard my group of Christian followers from those who name themselves as enemies of Christians.
Rarely Often
62. I am content to perform menial jobs or jobs considered unimportant by other people.
Rarely Often
63. I have a strong concern to relate Biblical truths to life.
Rarely Often
64. I am concerned that interpersonal relationships be peaceable, reasonable, and without partiality of hypocrisy.
Rarely Often
65. I am able to recruit Christians to express their strengths or fits in service.
Rarely Often
66. I enjoy soul winning or witnessing in an unfamiliar setting.
Rarely Often
67. I judge well between the inadequate and the acceptable, or between evil and good.
Rarely Often
68. I enjoy being an instrument of God in 'drawing the net' so that unbelievers receive Christ as Savior.
Rarely Often
69. I verbally encourage the weak, wavering or troubled.
Rarely Often
70. I trust in the presence and power of God for the apparently impossible.
Rarely Often
71. I give cheerfully that God's work be extended and helped.
Rarely Often
72. I am happy to add someone to our family temporarily in order to provide a helping or healing ministry.
Rarely Often
73. I learn Biblical truths easily.
Rarely Often
74. I usually know where I am going and can influence other Christians in that direction.
Rarely Often
75. I work joyfully with persons ignored by the majority.
Rarely Often
76. 'Telling forth' for God by instructing and warning large numbers of His people is my style.
Rarely Often
77. It is important to me to know and be well-known by followers I serve and guide.
Rarely Often
78. I enjoy typing, filing, recording minutes, or similar church-related tasks.
Rarely Often
79. I have the ability to concisely instruct listeners in the precise meaning of words and passages in Scripture.
Rarely Often
80. I apply Biblical truths effectively in my life.
Rarely Often
81. I am effective in delegating responsibility to others.
Rarely Often
82. I adapt well in a different culture in order to evangelize, to minister the Word, or to be a support person to such ministers.
Rarely Often
83. I have insights that help me discern any errors in a Biblical interpretation given by another.
Rarely Often
84. I share joyfully what Christ has done for me.
Rarely Often
85. I verbally challenge the spiritually apathetic.
Rarely Often
86. I have a conviction that God is active in my daily affairs.
Rarely Often
87. I give things freely and with delight because I love God.
Rarely Often
88. I have a knack for helping strangers feel at home.
Rarely Often
89. I readily acquire and master facts and principles of Biblical truths.
Rarely Often
90. Normally my Christian character, lifestyle and behavior seem to motivate others to follow me.
Rarely Often
91. I would enjoy visiting in hospitals or elderly homes and being an agent of blessing to others.
Rarely Often
92. I communicate truths of God in a clear compelling fashion to large audiences.
Rarely Often
93. I sacrificially give of myself for young or straying Christians.
Rarely Often
94. Ushering, cleaning , or supporting tasks in a church-related facility suits me well.
Rarely Often
95. I explain well the New Testament to others.
Rarely Often
96. I make what appears to be correct decisions for my life.
Rarely Often
97. I am able to plan action goals for ministry with others.
Rarely Often
98. I have or could learn another language well enough to help start a church.
Rarely Often
99. I am able to identify that which is false to Christ's teachings.
Rarely Often
100. Unbelievers understand when I explain what it means that Jesus is the Christ.
Rarely Often
101. I would feel comfortable being an instrument for dislodging the complacent and redirecting the wayward in face-to-face encounters.
Rarely Often
102. I believe God will keep his promises in spite of circumstances.
Rarely Often
103. I am able to earn much money for giving to the Lord's work.
Rarely Often
104. I am comfortable with graciously providing food and lodging to those in need.
Rarely Often
105. I have the ability to discover Biblical principles for myself.
Rarely Often
106. Others follow me because I have knowledge or skills effectively used in serving my church.
Rarely Often
107. I have the ability to spare other persons from punishment or penalties they justly deserve.
Rarely Often
108. I proclaim God's truth in an inspiring and enthusiastic way.
Rarely Often
109. I am able to feed followers in Christ by guiding them through selected Bible passages.
Rarely Often
110. I am able to be a teacher's aide in a class, or to do a similar helping task.
Rarely Often
111. When I communicate Biblical truths to others, it affects changes in knowledge, attitudes, values or conduct.
Rarely Often
112. The choices I make for activities in Christian service usually work well.
Rarely Often
113. I can win wide acceptance from church members for major changes involving effective procedures.
Rarely Often
114. I am able to help in starting new churches in a different language and culture.
Rarely Often
115. I can see through phonies before their falseness is clearly evident to others.
Rarely Often
116. I would remain spiritually strong in the company of unbelievers and would use every opportunity to win some to Christ.
Rarely Often
117. I am able to counsel effectively the perplexed, guilty or addicted.
Rarely Often
118. I have received from God an unusual assurance that he would fulfill some purpose.
Rarely Often
119. I manage money well in order to give liberally to God's work.
Rarely Often
120. I show a genuine graciousness towards and appreciation of each guest at my/our home.
Rarely Often
121. I have insights into Biblical truths that bring conviction to my mind and heart.
Rarely Often
122. I am able to adjust my leadership style so it is appropriate for the maturity of those working with me.
Rarely Often
123. I am able to talk cheerfully with prisoners, or lonely shut-ins.
Rarely Often
124. I have been able to reveal God's future events in general terms through Bible teaching.
Rarely Often
125. I am able to restore persons who have wandered away from Christian community.
Rarely Often
126. I can assist key leaders who 'pray and minister the word' (Acts 5) by taking some of their other responsibilities.
Rarely Often
127. I can make difficult Biblical truths understandable to others.
Rarely Often
128. My nominations for church positions often prove to be good selections.
Rarely Often

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Serving

Serving Stats

Total Volunteers: 2,225

Life Group Leaders: 330

TRYA: 116

Care Team: 46

Host Team: 116

Neighborhood Connectors: 426

Multi-cultural: 42

Preschool & Nursery: 249

Special Needs: 39

Kids (Elementary) Ministry: 277

Student Ministry: 168

Choir: 313

Orchestra: 64

Missions: 27

OCC Boxes Donated 2021: 1,500

Foster and Adoptive Families Served: 146

Nursery Stats

Diapers Changed: 750

Take Home Snacks Provided: 1,800

Toys Cleaned: 10,000

Impact Sports

Players: 1,000

Coaches/Volunteers: 137

Community

Group Attendance

Preschool: 29 Groups

Kids: 46 Groups

Students: 20 Groups

TRYA: 27 Groups

Married Life: 10 Groups

Men’s Life: 41 Groups

Women’s Life: 77 Groups

Adult Life: 37 Groups

Sunday Groups: 35 Groups

Senior Life: 19 Groups

Group Stats

Life Group & Adult Ministry Leaders:  446
Hours served by AM Leaders: 40,872
New Groups This Year: 46

Total Life Groups
224

People in Life Groups
3076

Worship

Praise Through Song

Minutes spent in corporate Worship/Singing

12,000

Different songs sung

146

Countries watched

Over 79

People watching online

Over 153,000

Top 10 Countries (online)

USA
Bahamas
UK
Puerto Rico
Korea
Indonesia
UAE
Germany
China

Audience Numbers

Facebook

40,393 Page Likes
52,964 Page Follows
67,377 Check-Ins

Instagram

6,589 Page Follows

Sharing

Salvation Numbers Church Wide: 333

Beth's Blessings Barn & Dedication


Beth’s Blessings Barn is one of our favorite God-stories at TRBC.
Beth McClain moved to a home on Wise Street in 2010, only a few years after her family experienced 2 tragic losses. Through God orchestrating many details that only He could, Beth had a new home in a new state.  She knew God had called her here but could not have known all He had in store for her.

As Beth began to get to know her new neighbors in her rough neighborhood, she trusted God to help her build relationships and show His love to her neighbors. Word began to spread that “Miss Beth was OK.” At Women’s Life Bible Study, Beth’s table collected items to help a neighbor lady move and get settled.  Then, the next semester, her group did another outreach for another neighbor. And then people just started bringing donations to Beth’s home for her to distribute to her neighbors.  When she ran out of space, her Sunday morning group surprised her with her first Blessings Barn to store all the donations for her neighborhood.  Beth started doing Bible study at her home each month and meeting the physical and spiritual needs of her neighbors.  A fourth barn arrived this spring from TRBC.  All four barns are full of clothing, cleaning products, paper towels, toilet paper, toiletries and other necessities that folks can’t purchase with their food stamp money.

This year, TRBC also built a covered deck on the back of Beth’s home so her Bible studies and gatherings could continue, despite covid concerns.  Pastor Jonathan and many others from TRBC were there celebrate what God has done, to dedicate the space, and pray for God’s continued blessing on the people Beth is able to minister to.

Mission Trip



Northern Virginia /DC is home to people of more than 170 nationalities and ethnic groups, making it one of the most diverse cities in the United States. As the world continues to move to America, we continue to adapt our Missions strategy to meet those needs. For the past several years we have been taking teams to NOVA/DC partnering with ministries that are focusing on reaching many of these unreached people groups. To be involved in the missions you don’t have to step on a plane and fly around the world. You can just step on a vehicle and in the matter of a few hours be on the mission field. Our vision is to start right here in our own front yard (NOVA/DC) then move to other cities across our country. Come join with us as together we, “Reach the World from Home”.

Disaster Relief


This has been a very busy and fruitful year for our TR Disaster Response Ministry. From serving our church family and community neighbors right here at home, to travels across the country to meet the needs of those devastated by floods, hurricanes, and tornados. While there is not enough space to cover every ministry in detail, here is a brief summary of our ministries preformed his year.

TR Seniors & Widows Ministry – Community Neighbors - Big Island Pastor’s Home Renovation - Flood Recovery in Charlotte County VA. & Hurley VA. - Beth’s Blessing Barn – Tree Removal – Deck Build - TRO Workdays – God’s Pit Crew Workdays – New Home Build Cleveland, TN. – Church Rebuild Lake Charles LA.

It has been a privilege to serve alongside our TR Ready Response Team. I’m proud to be part of a ministry that goes above and beyond the call of duty. While the work at times is hard, the rewards far outweigh the labor.

Ron Steele – TR Disaster Response Coordinator

Afghan Refugee Story


The sound of laughter rang through the air, as I watched the faces of smiling paint-splattered little kids run by. You wouldn’t have expected such an atmosphere, considering the circumstances these kids just escaped. Thousands of Afghan refugees left behind everything they knew and were familiar with, to survive the nightmare that is the Taliban.

I noticed her at first because, unlike the other women, her hijab had slipped off her hair and was draped perfectly over her shoulders. She wasn’t worried about the men seeing her hair since the tent in which we found shelter from the sun, was separated into two sections by tall black curtains. Her skin was fair compared to the others which made me think she most likely was wealthy in her previous life. As I walked closer, I noticed her eyes were fixated on a piece of art one of the children had done. She caught my gaze and asked in perfect English if she could keep the painting. I told her I didn’t see why not and looked down to see what she had seemed to want so desperately. The colors black, red, and green stroked across the page and collided into the image of the Afghan flag. With tears in her eyes, she asked with a weak voice, “How can you be of a people if you have no flag and no country…” At a loss for words, all I could say was that I was so glad she was safe and in America, that she is welcome here. A tear fell down her cheek as a genuine, “thank you” escaped her lips.

Then she shared, “I remember coming home from work the day before… I worked with the Embassy. Everything was normal, safe, well for the most part. Then that morning my husband and I woke up to find the Taliban had overthrown the city and they were everywhere, roaming the streets. We were terrified. For seven days we hid in our bedroom with our young 2-year-old daughter. We were too scared to even go into the living room for fear of the Taliban seeing us through the windows. After that week, which felt so much longer, my husband got a message from an American contact telling us they could get us out. When we made it to the airport, it was worse than we could have imagined. Panic had erupted everywhere. Body to body people shoving as hard as they could to get in through the gate. Eventually, we accepted that there was no way for us to get in. My daughter could hardly breathe from the crowd, so we had to leave. Later on, the American contacted us again and we miraculously escaped. I’ve been here for over a month now, and only my husband, daughter, and I made it out. The rest of my family is still stuck in Afghanistan.”
“This is a nightmare I can’t wake up from.”
I told her about how I cannot begin to imagine what she is experiencing, and how again, she is welcome here. I told her that I am a follower of Jesus the Messiah and would love to pray for her if she would allow me to. She asked me to pray that her family would escape.

Student Ministry

Middle School Attendance

275 Average

High School Attendance

245 Average

Unique Individuals Checked in since January in both areas

1,760 People

VBS

Kids attended

1000

Volunteers

550

Salvations

45

Young Adults

Worship Night Attendance

500

G2 Events

150

Kids Karnival

Kids attended

3500

Volunteers

500

Camp Hydaway

Kids attended

964

Volunteers

215

Salvations

118

Other Stats

Number of Special Needs Families Ministered to through Events

70

Families and Groups who Donated Clothes, Toys, School Supplies, and Baby Items to Journey Home

83

Prayer

Baptism

Total Baptisms

201

Counseling

7400 hours Clinical Mental Health Counseling

1500 Hours of Pastoral Counseling Provided

285 individuals and families helped through benevolence ministry

Hospital Visits

Over 1200 Hospital visits in 2021.

Prayer Requests

1500 shared through mobile app and website

Scripture

YouVersion Stats

91,801 Total Subscribers

25,508 Completed Bible Plans

AWANA verses for preschool- 1,000 verses recited for Puggles & Cubbies this year.

AWANA verses for elementary – 3,500 verses for Sparks and T&T.


Over 75 Hours of Reading Bible out loud done by Staff during January.

In 2021 Pastor Jonathan and our teaching team took the entire church through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Throughout the year we learned about God’s timeless character and His relentless love for us through the Gospel narrative present in every book!

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