Enable ministry leaders to place candidates where they will be fulfilled and fruitful.
equip leadership to assess and coach ministry staff
help lay leaders find satisfying ministries
help leadership place candidates where they will be fulfilled and fruitful
Why not use existing tools?
Existing products carry significant limitations
What do we measure?
Our assessments are measured and normalized and tailored to ministries, filling the gaps where other tools are insufficient.
Characteristics that describe the way an individual responds to ministry situations.
Describes how an individual approaches projects or ministry objectives.
Similar to the DiSC behavioral profile this assesses how individuals usually impact and lead others.
Describes how an individual interacts as a member of a decision-making group.
Functional Spiritual Gifts
Identifies gifts God has given an individual that can be expressed in Christian ministry.
Allows an individual to prioritize their ministry values from strong values to anti-values.
Just how accurate is this?
Reliability and validity studies have been completed on our database of thousands of staff profiles.
Coefficient alpha was used to evaluate each assessment category. Pearson’s Rho was used to measure each element.
If you want more information about the statistical background of our tools we always love to nerd out…
Two Editions, One Powerful Platform
Both assessments measure the same traits, define issues identically, and have visually similar reports.
The questions in the Pro version are designed to fit trained pastoral ministry settings.
The wording of the questions in the Laity version fit the general Christian population.
What Do We Get When We're Done?
MinistryMatch Assessments give you a detailed 32-page report.
And, for those experienced in interpreting a MinistryMatch Assessment, a 2-page summary report.
Primarily intended for use by the individual, the Detailed Report gives a personalized assessment of the aspects of an individual that are important in ministry. It reports on the measurement of certain elements of temperament, motivated role, leadership style, participation style, functional gifts, and values. The first four constructs relate to characteristics of one’s approach to ministry while the last three constructs assess a person’s gifts or abilities, values, and reporting accuracy.
Intended for those familiar with MinistryMatch Assessments, to be used in comparing the characteristics of multiple individuals, the Summary Report graphically describes the first four constructs, temperament, motivated role, leadership style, and participation style. Additionally, the reports includes the gifts and values constructs in a ranked list.