This Spiritual Assessment comes from Randy Frazee's The Christian Life Profile: Assessment Workbook (2005).
The New Testament includes a series of instructions to Christians that include the words "one another" (e.g., encourage one another, confess to one another, be devoted to one another, love one another, instruct one another). It takes a community to properly and effectively grow to think, act, and be like Jesus.
It is recommended that you carefully choose the people to whom you provide your assessments. Choose people who know you well and whose opinion you trust and respect.
The goal is to discover the truth about your Christian life. You may select a variety of people to complete your assessment (i.e., family, church friend, coworker, neighbor, etc.) Take the feedback provided as opportunities to personally grow and to become even closer to the people you've chosen to comment on your Christian walk.
Ask the people who take the test for you to email you the results.
Do not look at these assessments until after you've completed your self-assessment and have your results.