The Transformational Discipleship Assessment (TDA) was developed from a detailed research process. One of the benefits of all that research is that the reports you get have a lot of great information that tell you about your small group or your church (depending on how many people took the assessment).
When you get your reports, you get a LOT of information:
You are probably thinking "That's too many charts!"
Most of us can be a little intimidated when we get that much information and experience something known as "statistics anxiety." In fact, researchers believe that most people—even 80% of graduate students—become anxious and uncomfortable the more they have to engage with statistics in a meaningful way.
Everyone is different, but most people either don't see the value, don't understand the data, or don't know what to do with the information once they get it.
If that's you, we can help.
Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, University of South Florida, USA."Academic procrastination and statistics anxiety." http://www.unt.edu/rss/class/mike/6810/articles/cancorrstatanx.pdf
Onwuegbuzie, A. J., DaRos, D. & Ryan, J. (1997) The components of statistics anxiety: phenomenological study, Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 19(4), 11–35.