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Enneagram Discipleship Workshop

We will be hosting the “Enneagram Discipleship” workshop which gives an overview of the Enneagram personality test through the Lens of the Gospel. This is great for those who are new to the Enneagram and for folks who are familiar but in need of a biblical and spiritual formation perspective for the tool.

DETAILS

Date: Friday, October 4
Time: 7-10 PM
Location: Hyssop Hall

Registration Fee: $49 (see below for discount details)

Discounts:

  • Use code SARANGHALFOFF for a 50% discount! Valid until Sept. 21, 11:59 PM

  • Use code SARANG10 for $10 off. Valid until Sept. 28, 11:59 PM

Contact: holywave@sarang.com

50% Discount Code: SARANGHALFOFF (Valid until 9/21)


Taken from the Enneagram Discipleship website:

EVER WONDER WHY YOU DO WHAT YOU DO?

Why certain things trigger you, at deep levels? Why you shut down when your boss asks you a tough question? Why you get so upset when people don’t follow through? Or why you are passionate about the things in your heart?

Enter the Enneagram. The Enneagram is much more than a psychological profile. The Enneagram shows us the why's behind our what's. It highlights our strengths as well as our weaknesses. The Enneagram reveals our own set of coping mechanisms that we’ve wrapped up in our childhood wounds and narratives. Until we bring this to the light, we lie to ourselves and others about who we really are.

We also know we cannot do this without God’s help. The Enneagram offers spiritual counsel on how to begin to dialogue with God and open yourself up to the transformative light of grace.

Join David and Nina Kim, as they take you, your teams, churches and organizations through the Enneagram that highlights the nine basic archetypes. Explore your unique strengths and weaknesses, humanity’s tragic flaws, primary fears, unconscious needs, and ultimately -- who you were meant to be. And through the process, you’ll find that the Enneagram is not only a helpful blueprint for developing character but also a powerful way to invite Jesus into the areas of our own brokenness so that we can find healing and transformation, and truly help and love those around us.

Earlier Event: September 22
Park Family Send-Off Picnic
Later Event: October 18
35th Pilgrimage of Love