Folks who use Gallup Strength Finders are:

  • 6 times more engaged in their work & volunteerism.

  • 3 times as likely to claim an excellent quality of life.

  • Teams can increase effectiveness as much 20%

  • Organizations can reduce turnover as much as 70%


Additional research finds people who know and use their strengths every day are more likely to experience positive emotions (energetic, well-rested, happy, respected) and less likely to experience negative ones (stress, worry, anger, sadness)

Churches benefit by:

  • Improving volunteerism by matching mission needs with member’s gifts.

  • Enabling congregation leaders to effectively manage staff and leadership teams.

  • Help members celebrate and actualize their God given gifts.


Donald O. Clifton, the late professor, head of Gallup, and pioneer of StrengthsFinder, once said:

“You are not powerless, even in a place where you are not satisfied. Today, make the investment in understanding and leading with your strengths. Each person’s greatest room for growth is in the areas of their greatest strength.”

Bottom line is that StrengthsFinders has made a significant difference for; Pastors, Church leadership, Volunteer ministries, Congregational giving, Staff effectiveness, Membership retention, and much, much more. Make contact today to discover ways we can help make a difference for you and your ministry.


The Enneagram has profoundly helped spiritual directors and pilgrims for decades. It enables powerful insights into human behavior observable in literature and human behavior for thousands of years (as far back as Homers "Odyssey"). Dr Driver-Bishop is certified in only processes recognized by American Psychological Association & American Counseling Association and taught by psychology professor emeritus from Loyola Jesuit University in Chicago. 

The Enneagram is also very popular with younger adults and families. The Catholic church has seen significant growth in a new generation seeking to find greater person growth and spiritual direction. Many congregations utilize this resource as an outreach tool.