Discovering Your Giftedness
There’s only one you!
Which means you “do life” in a thoroughly unique way. Discovering Your Giftedness® is based on a powerful and proven assessment process designed to identify what makes you unique. DYG® doesn’t compare you to other people. It looks at you as an individual.
Using DYG®, we can help you discover countless ways in which you naturally function. For example, how you prefer to learn. How you make decisions. How you relate to other people. What kinds of things you most like to work with. Even the circumstances in which you thrive.
And DYG® only looks at strengths. It doesn’t try to surface flaws, failures, or things that you don’t like about yourself. It brings to light what your best contribution can be.
The Hendricks Center hosts “Giftedness Workshops” to help DTS students identify their unique, God-given calling and then start pursuing it. God has designed every student from the womb for specific “good works” that He has already prepared for them and intends for them to do. Come discover your individual design—giftedness—and then start moving toward life and career options that make sense, given that design!
The Giftedness Workshop is a two-day workshop held on January 25, and January 26, 2019.
Friday, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (supper is included)
Saturday, 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (breakfast is included)
Cost: $20 with registration
Register: ** Registrations are currently closed for this workshop **
Prep Work: After registration, you will receive a welcome email with further instructions. There is also an Assessment Worksheet to fill out which takes approx. 2 hours to complete.
The Hendricks Center has numerous internships, one of them being the Giftedness Internship. This two- or three-semester internship satisfies the internship requirements for Th.M. and other degrees for DTS students (subject to the internship office’s approval). Students will gain valuable experience as a coach and team member of a highly creative and orchestrated ministry under the leadership of Bill Hendricks and Dr. Darrell Bock.
If you have any questions or would like additional information, email Amanda Stidham or call 214-887-5250.