Disciplined Doers

Primary Motivation: Joyful Obedience

As a Disciplined Doer, you want to do things “right.” You find joy in being obedient to God’s commands. You view the commands in Scripture about generosity as black-and-white, which motivates you to be generous; but you have also experienced the blessing of God’s generosity first hand. The more consistently you follow Biblical principles, the more aligned you feel with God’s ideals for your life.

Disciplined Doers Encouragement

Biblical Example

Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) – Once he found his way back to God, Zacchaeus wanted to go above and beyond to do the right thing.

Key Verse

“Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share. In this way, they will lay up treasure for themselves as a firm foundation for the coming age, so that they may take hold of the life that is truly life.” – 1 Timothy 6:18-19

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Continue growing in disciplined financial and serving generosity.

Generosity Research Findings

Financial – Disciplined Doers prioritize financial generosity giving the highest percentage of their income financially of any profile to the Jesus Mission.

Serving – Disciplined Doers prioritize giving time to the ministries within the church often taking on increasing levels of responsibility (i.e. coaching).

Relational – Disciplined Doers are slightly lower than other profiles at giving themselves relationally to the Jesus Mission. They practice the B.L.E.S.S. practices less than other profiles and are not personally involved with many people finding their way back to God and being baptized.

Shadow Side
The Disciplined Doer's shadow side could be described as "Isolated." You can become so isolated inside a comfortable Christian world that you don't interact with those who are far from God. For Disciplined Doers to grow, you need to stretch ourselves relationally to help people find their way back to God. The B.L.E.S.S. practices can be a tremendous help in this with "Begin with prayer" as a first step.
Growth Challenge
Stretch yourself relationally to help people find their way back to God more directly. "Begin with prayer" as a first step.
Challenge Verse
"God has trusted us with the message that people may be brought back to him. So we are Christ's official messengers. It is as if God were making his appeal through us. Here is what Christ wants us to beg you to do. Come back to God!" - 2 Corinthians 5:19b-20 NIrV

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Motivated by obedience and joy in generosity. The center hexagon with the lines moving outward represents God’s generosity pouring out, and causing this individual to joyfully give to others.