Love Proficiency Quiz℠ The five minute quiz that will open your eyes to life from an eternal perspective. Please provide the following: Step 1 of 2 - Name and E-mail address to which your results will be sent 0% Name* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email 1. If someone was facing a big decision, and sought my advice, the first question I would most likely ask is:*How will your decision benefit you in the long term?How does your heart feel about this decision?Which decision do you think God would support?Have you prayed about it?2. When I get a gut feeling (i.e. intuition) about making a significant change, the following is the most important evaluation step for me:*Contemplate what God might be telling me through prayerPerform a cost/benefit analysis to see if it makes senseFocus on how it makes me feel before I decide to do itDecide whether I am qualified enough to do what God might be asking me to do3. If someone asked me for advice on whether he/she should marry a particular person, I would most likely ask back the following:*Will this marriage help you to fulfill the dreams that God has put into your heart?Do your conflicts end up bringing you closer to each other and God?How is this marriage going to benefit your life?Does this person make you feel loved?4. Based on your experiences, which statement best describes what romantic love means to you?*A feeling I want to enjoy as often as possibleA reward for following God’s waysConsistently intending and being a gift to othersAn awesome experience, if you can find it5. In general, the following statement best describes my ideal approach to work:*I want my management to think highly of meI want everyone to be happy with my workI want to maintain peace with my coworkersI want to be of utmost service, regardless of who gets the credit6. Which sentence best describes how you act at work as compared to other areas in your life?*I do my best to be a gift to others, regardless of the environmentI act the way I think is most effective for my careerI act in a way that feels most natural to meI do my best to reconcile my beliefs with work place realities7. In a perfect world, which sentence best describes the primary purpose of a family?*To teach children the rules for honoring God and their neighborTo teach children the love for God and their neighborTo set family members up for success in lifeTo have everyone feel loved8. Which statement best describes your relationship with family members who hurt you in the past?*I keep away as much as possible, because it’s too painful for everyone when we’re togetherBig family celebrations at most; I hope that one day God changes their heartI forgave them and pray that God changes both of our hearts so that one day we can have a healthy relationshipIt depends on how well the family member honors my boundaries9. When deciding whether someone should be my close friend, I would most likely ask myself the following question:*How will this friendship serve me?Do I feel better about myself when I am with that person?Does this person understand what I am going through on my life’s journey?Will we both grow together as a result of our friendship?10. When a close friend asks me for a favor that is inconvenient for me, the first thought that will most likely to come to my mind is:*What is the most effective way for me to lend my support? Even if it means saying no after further explorationHow can I graciously avoid it, so I don’t come across like a jerk?How can I fit it into my schedule? I don’t want to feel like I failed my friend.I wish God gave me extra skills to handle situations like that11. The best way to handle hearing about a horrible crime on the news is to:*Wonder why God allowed this to happenPray and if appropriate donate to a fund that supports the victimsBe thankful that you weren’t affectedEmpathize with the victims12. When someone does something I disapprove of, I would most likely:*Wish he/she could see how they hurt other peopleBecome grateful that I stopped doing this since I encountered God in my life.Let it be, unless I feel there is a constructive way to address itThink about how glad I am that I know better13. The following sentence best describes my views on the Bible:*Useful teachings, some of which I implemented in my lifeGreat moral stories; though some are datedGod’s expectations that I wish I could implement more fully in my lifePersonal call to holiness14. Which sentence best describes your most immediate thoughts about God?*God loves meEvidence is stacked against God’s existence in our worldGod seems out of reach in spite of my best effortsI would like to know if God approves of my actionsNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.