Introduction to the Enneagram

Date:
May 30, 2020
Time:
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
Location:
zoom link to be sent upon registration
Address:
United States
Organizer:
Doug Calhoun

What is the Enneagram?

The Enneagram is a personality tool that offers profound insight into your heart motivations. These motivations foster attitudes and behaviors that affect your personality and relationships. Understanding your Enneagram style provides a way of seeing both the beauty of how God made you as well as the sin, or addictions to self, that mess up your life.

How Can it Help You?

Following Jesus is all about transformation: becoming like Him and living like Him! Paul writes in Ephesians 4:22-24, "You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires; to be made new in the attitude of your minds; and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness."

Where do you seem to get stuck in that critical process of “putting off the old self” (the false self) and “putting on the new self” (the true self in Christ)? What needs transforming in you?

As you partner with the Holy Spirit, the Enneagram becomes an effective way to discover something of the beautiful person you always are in the mind of God. As the Spirit brings awareness there, the Enneagram offers paths to transformation in marriage, parenting, work, ministry, and your relationship to God.

About Our Speakers

Pastors Doug and Adele Calhoun are certified Enneagram trainers and have authored several books on spiritual transformation, including their recently published, Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram. They serve as adjunct faculty for The Transforming Center (IL) and the Soul Care Institute (CO), and are co-pastors of Spiritual Formation here at Highrock. They have been married over 40 years and have two children.

This workshop is sponsored by Old South Church, Newburyport.

Registration

Tickets are $40. Please register by Friday, May 29 to receive the Zoom link. Questions? Reach out to dougc@highrock.org