If I have free time on my hands, I often use that time to serve an important cause or a person in need.
I don't confuse biblical absolutes with my personal preferences and opinions.
I am usually cordial and gracious when I meet new people.
I'm good at recognizing when people feel overwhelmed and when they need help.
I always try to be kind to everyone I meet.
I don't just say, "I care" about others, I demonstrate my care.
I regularly monitor the emotional 'vital signs' of my friends and stay up to date on how they are doing.
I forgive others even if they don't ask for my forgiveness.
I keep a list (mental or written) of the prayer needs of my family and friends.
I enjoy taking the initiative to greet new people when they join my group.
Maintaining the health of relationships is important to me.
I don't mind submitting to other people's authority.
I'm good at sensing when someone is hurting.
I easily identify with the hurt and pain of other people.
I regularly facilitate opportunities for people to help others.
When I confront someone who needs correcting, I do so with a heavy heart because I am saddened over his sin and I want the best for his life.
I enjoy helping people who have lost focus and direction in their lives.
I make a long-term commitment to my close friends.
I am known as a patient person.
I care for all people equally; I do not show favoritism.
I enjoy being around people who are different than me.
I enjoy seeing other people being honored.
I enjoy putting other people first.
When someone offends me, if necessary, I know how to emotionally "drop it".
I value times of fellowship around a meal or a cup of coffee.
I am quick to forgive; I do not carry grudges.
My love for someone is not diminished even when I find out about his "dark side".
I enjoy doing acts of kindness.
I don't mind taking the initiative to resolve a conflict between two people.
I often volunteer to help if someone I know has a need.
If someone is slower than I am, I don't mind waiting for him.
I often solicit other people's ideas and opinions.
I don't mind confronting someone when she is wrong.
I am willing to forgive others even when I don't feel like forgiving.
I'm good at remembering other people's preferences and interests.
Encouraging my friends and family to love other people is important to me.
I affirm the fact that every person is created in the image of God and it influences how I treat people.
When I'm at a dinner party I like to mingle and meet new people.
I am known as a faithful friend.
Giving of my time and talents to help others is important to me.
I am good at doing small, simple actions to demonstrate care for others (e.g., a phone call, a birthday card, a lunch date).
I am bothered when contention and strife persists in a group.
I have a regular, daily prayer time.
I'm willing to let people be who they are; I'm not always trying to change them.
I don't become agitated or irritated if I have to wait for someone.
I enjoy long-term friendships.
I'm able to look beyond people's faults and see their inherent value as human beings.
I'm a good "cheerleader" to people who have dreams and aspirations.
I am known as an unselfish person.
I often have people over to my house.
I am known as a compassionate person.
I don't mind performing menial tasks in order to help someone.
I like to plan and initiate times for people to get together and visit.
I don't mind serving as a mediator between two people who are at odds with one another.
In dealing with people, I understand that it is possible to be correct but not kind.
I don't mind praying for people "on the spot".
I often speak complimentary, uplifting words to others.
When trying to influence others; I lead by example.
I enjoy teaching other people how to practically love others.
I often volunteer to help other people.
I'm good at sensing when someone is "weary in well doing" and I take steps to help him.
I enjoy helping people in practical ways.
I understand and accept the fact that every person has a different "capacity" (how much he can handle).
I faithfully pray for my family and friends.
I am willing to postpone my agenda in order to meet other people's needs.
It grieves me when I have offended someone.
I understand that part of loving someone is being willing to correct him when he is wrong and I do this in my close relationships.
I am quick to admit when I am wrong.
I can identify several acts of kindness that I have performed in the past several days.
I don't mind someone sharing with me how he is feeling.
I value and esteem other people.
I am known as a gracious host.
When I confess my faults to someone, I am careful not to make excuses or blame others.
I am known as a person who is willing and available to help others.
I don't mind saying, "I was wrong, will you forgive me?"
When I enter a room full of people I try to meet every person.