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