Becoming a GPS Spiritual Inventory© Certified Practitioner

In this comprehensive course with Rev. Dr. Paul Burns you will learn:

  • The theory behind the GPS Spiritual Inventory ©
  • The three factors of spiritual health
  • The nine markets of spiritual health
  • How to understand the assessment results
  • How to coach/counsel with the results
  • How to help create a spiritual health maintenance and development plan
  • 13 spiritual health practices to share with your clients

PLUS, receive a 1-hour one-on-one with Rev. Dr. Paul Burns to round out your certification.

The GPS is the result of a nationwide study with participants of diverse Christian beliefs. The GPS assists practitioners in quickly pinpointing the underlying spiritual issues that have been keeping clients from freely moving toward their hopes and dreams. Practitioners have access to the individualized assessment and coaching to help with knowledge of Spiritual Health.

The GPS Spiritual Individualized Report

A Christ-Centered Approach to Spiritual Health

The God-Personal-Social (GPS) Spiritual Inventory assesses the depth of your relationship with God, the level of your self-differentiation, and your capacity for empathy for others. The roadmap for an individual's spiritual journey starts with the GPS Spiritual Inventory©, which delivers a 16-page individualized report with a graphical scoring summary measuring the 3 factors and 9 subfactors.

What is GPS?

At the heart of spiritual health is our relationship with God. Trust, communication, and intimacy form the basis for a healthy and transformative relationship with God. Love begins in God. We receive it in relationship with God.

In the biblical principle to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves, the love of self often gets neglected. Only when we learn to forgive, regulate emotions, and allow ourselves to become vulnerable in our relationships will the love of God translate ito the love of neighbor.

Empathy determines our capacity to love others. By learning to listen to others. By learning to listen to others and feel what others feel, we will be more willing and able to actively love other people in a healthy way. Loving others is the product of a healthy relationship with God & self.