Faith is grounded in the personal experience of the spiritual gifts (often speaking in tongues). There is also a quest for personal identification and affirmation in whom they are in Christ. Focus is on worship and Christian community. They know what they know through the gifts of the Spirit. Generally, charismatics come in two types: overt and covert. Overt charismatics need to be surrounded by other charismatics and tend to join charismatic congregations. Covert charismatics tend to be members of ordinary congregations. They are faithful, generally tithe, and are often leaders. They are usually quiet about their gifts, but there are outward signs. Charismatics take scripture seriously and tend to be good stewards, accepting the tithe as the standard.