Discovering your spiritual gifts is so important! In this episode of Created for This, I’m chatting with my Spiritual Gifts class professor, Dr. Rush.

We talk about:

– how you can identify your gifts

– what the spiritual gifts are

– why rest is important for those of us in serving roles


Links from the show:

Spiritual Gifts Profile

Your Reasonable Service: Understanding Your Motivation for Ministry

Dr. Fuller’s Theological Classroom

More about Dr. Rush:

Dr. Tom Rush serves an Evangelist with TREAD Ministries and is a Staff Evangelist at Liberty Baptist Church, Hartwell, Georgia. He also serves as a President of Ten Commandments Georgia, a non-profit, grassroots organization committed to the task of restoring a common moral code based upon The Ten Commandments and the founding philosophy of our country.
He is a native of East Point, Georgia, and a graduate of Georgia Tech (BSIM); Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv); and Immanuel Baptist Theological Seminary (DMin). He is a member of the Conference of Georgia Baptist Evangelists.

He has been in full time evangelism for over six years and has preached in numerous Bible Conferences and revivals across the country. Previously he served as a senior pastor for 34 years, serving churches in North Carolina, New Mexico, Florida, and Georgia.

He also served as Reserve Chaplain in the Navy and Air Force, serving a total of 28 years, retiring from the Air Force Reserves as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2005. Among several active-duty tours, he served as the Joint Special Operations Command Chaplain in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom, 2004-2005.

He has served in numerous denominational positions of leadership, including: President of the 2017 Georgia Baptist Preaching Conference, member of the Executive Committee of the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, and currently serves as a Trustee of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY.

Dr. Rush is married to Lesli and together they have five children and twelve grandchildren. They reside in Monroe, Georgia.

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