Have you ever heard someone describe themselves as an “extrovert”? Extroverted people tend to:
- Love meeting new people.
- Share their thoughts and feelings more readily.
- Get energy from social events and crowds.
- Be outgoing and make friends easily.
- Like working with others.
Extroverts can help build God’s kingdom in a lot of ways.
You can draw people to Christ. Being around a lot of people gives you many opportunities to be a good example. When people can see the light of Christ in your words and actions, they have the opportunity to come closer to Him.
You can help others. Everyone has struggles. As you connect with others, you can notice what they’re struggling with and might be able to help them through it. Listen to the Spirit and act on His promptings.
You can share the gospel. Use your social courage to speak up and share your testimony with the people you’re around. It doesn’t have to be long or formal to help people feel the Spirit.
You can include others. Not everyone finds it easy to participate in group activities. You can help make sure no one gets left out or talked over.
Whether you’re an introvert, an extrovert, or somewhere in between, you have value in God’s kingdom. He gave you a unique personality because He has a unique mission for you.
Look for a separate post about introverts!