The Enneagram teaches us that there are three centers of intelligence: thinking, feeling, and doing. Each of us is naturally inclined to use one center most (our dominant center) and there is one center we naturally gravitate away from (our repressed center.) Through self-reflection and personal work, we can learn to manage our dominant center, elevate our repressed center, and move through life using each center of intelligence in the appropriate way.
All too often, our congregations tend to lean towards offering programs and experiences for our members that are dominant in one center of intelligence and repressed in another. In this Intensive, church leaders will explore ways to help balance their own lives — and the lives of their congregation -- as we seek to appropriately use all three centers of intelligence to build Thinking, Feeling and Doing churches. This weekend will be taught and led by Rev. Joseph and Suzanne Stabile, and Hunter Mobley.
*Note: This intensive is open to all, but it is specifically designed for church leaders, both lay and clergy.
Cost includes workshop materials and lunch Friday and Saturday as well as drinks and snacks all three days.
Thursday 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm