Spiritual Gift Assessment & Development Ministry

SGAD Ministry (Spiritual Gift Assessment and Development):

Ministry Leader: Elder Glenn H. Greene

Our Goal/Purpose: To assist every believer in Christ to discover, master, and effectively use their spiritual gifts and thus fulfill their unique godly purpose, in helping the body of Christ to grow and be strong. “As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God” (I Peter 4:10).

 Do you have more questions about the Spiritual Gifts Ministry?  Read the SGAD OVERVIEW

Our Next Event:
Saturday, 4/29/2017  ~ 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Free Will Offering ~ Refreshments Served

Topic: "Personalities and Spiritual Gifts Seminar/Workshop: The Sequel"

Evangelist Cheryl Foat,
Living Body of Christ Fellowship Church


  • Learn the four personality traits and how they relate to your spiritual gifts and others
  • Interactive group workshops 
  • Learn how people with different personalities function in ministry and in friendships
  • How two people with the same gift, but different personalities fulfill assignments...and more



Complete the next three steps and be on the way to Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts.  By completing the registration online, you will be registered for the next seminar and receive your book in the mail.  “Remember, an unopened gift is useless...Discover The Treasure Within You!!”  

Step One


Sorry, we're no longer accepting registrations because the deadline has passed.


Step Two

Completing the Spiritual Gift Test (“Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts: A Personal Inventory Method” by Kenneth Cain Kinghorn) is the next step to embracing your purpose.  If you need a book mailed to you, there will be a cost of $7.00


FAX RESPONSE SHEET TO 215-548-3732 or email greenegifts@gmail.com



Step Three

Attending the seminars we offer, learning/applying the Word of God, and attending Bible School Classes in areas concerning the proper use of the gifts the Holy Spirit gives to every believer are the continual steps of development.