Assessments





The PLACE Assessment consist of a set of five questionnaires

Five questionnaires identify a person’s unique abilities and gifts.

The PLACE Assessment consist of a set of five questionnaires to identify a person’s unique combination of personality, spiritual gifts, abilities, (most productive kind of work environment), passion for service (both felt and demonstrated), and life experiences.


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To identify their distinct combination of personality type factors, participants use an assessment based on the DISC temperament model.
PLACE promotes a scripture-based, 16 gift model using our comprehensive assessment of 112 questions.
Participants discover the most effective work/ministry environments where they will be most competent and fulfilled in ministry. The assessment is based on John Holland’s vocational theory of six abilities: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising and Conventional.
PLACE’s unique assessment helps Christians identify their felt passions for ministries and people, and discover how they best demonstrate passion within a ministry.
This assessment leads individuals to explore the effects of their past experiences and how those experiences play a vital role in finding their place of service.