Breaking News: We have now received a grant that allows us to complete the Spiritual Health Assessment project. We are now in the process of turning the assessment into a web-based program available to individuals, marriages, churches and Christian organizations, available Summer 2020!
Helping you establish a balanced faith.
Individuals, couples, churches and Christian organizations use our Spiritual Health Assessment to measure their spiritual well-being and monitor their progress, as they seek to grow and strengthen their faith. This begins with completing a brief questionnaire which generates a Spiritual Health Profile. Each Profile is accompanied by strategies the person or couple can use to maintain their strengths while growing in each of the 7 essentials necessary for a spiritually healthy life and vibrant faith.
We now have intro videos!
Practicing the Essentials can become mechanistic—even legalistic—if we don’t practice individual worship. This video explores our relationship with Jesus, and what happens in our life as we present every thought, word and action to Him as worship.
Spiritual Health Assessment
Our Spiritual Health Assessment has been in use for many years in paper form, providing Christian individuals and church leaders an objective and accessible means of assessing a person’s spiritual health, and offering guidance on how to strengthen that health while maintaining areas where they are already strong. The Essential Faith Project is now bringing our Spiritual Health Assessment to the digital world by developing a fully online and mobile Spiritual Health Assessment.
How the App Works
- Sign in and answer a series of questions designed to assess your spiritual health.
- Receive your personalized recommendations for growth.
- Share your profile and recommendations with a spiritual mentor or church leader for support and accountability.
Our Current Status
The Essential Faith Project is now approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization (all donations are retroactive to February 15, 2019). Those who want to contribute but need to know their gift is tax deductible may now contribute.