LTM is proud to feature and support the following speakers and teachers. Please submit booking requests and/or questions through the form at the bottom of the page.
Rev. Joseph Stabile
The Reverend Joseph Stabile is a United Methodist Church pastor as well as Co-Founder and Animator of Life in the Trinity Ministry, in Dallas, Texas. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at SMU Perkins School of Theology in their program of certification for Spiritual Directors. Reverend Stabile has served in vocational ministry for more than forty years, with combined experience in spiritual direction, retreat leadership, pastoral care and leadership, and pastoral mentoring. During his years in the Vincentian priesthood, he was a local Superior and a Provincial Consultor for the Governing Board of the Province. He has served on the North Texas Annual Conference Board of Ordained Ministry, on the Committee for Local Pastors. Reverend Stabile received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from St. Mary of the Barrens Seminary in Perryville, Missouri. He received the Master of Divinity from DeAndreis Institute of Theology in Chicago, and the Master of Languages and Linguistics in Spanish from Universidad Ibero-Americana in Mexico City, Mexico.
Suzanne Stabile is a highly sought after speaker and teacher, known for her engaging laugh, personal vulnerability and creative approach to Enneagram instruction.As an internationally recognized Enneagram Master, Suzanne has conducted over 500 Enneagram workshops over the past 25 years. She has spoken to college audiences, hundreds of churches across America, and teaches regularly in the Baylor Health Care System, in Dallas, in both the Cancer and Transplant Hospitals.
Additionally, she has often taught at Richard Rohr’s Center for Action and Contemplation as well as at the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church; Christianity 21, the Emerging Christianity and Telemachus Conferences; the Southwest Regional Gathering of the Disciples of Christ, and Laity Lodge.
Suzanne’s first book is The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery. Her second book, The Path Between us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships was released in April 2018.
Joey Schewee has been a student of the Enneagram for more than twenty years. As an Enneagram mentor, she completed an intensive three-year apprenticeship with Suzanne in 2006, and has taught in tandem with the Enneagram master for over a decade. Whether she is teaching with Suzanne or on her own, as she has in professional and educational settings over the years, Joey brings a unique perspective to the podium. As an Enneagram ‘8’ who has been on the journey to self-discovery using the Enneagram since she was a teenager, Joey’s application of Enneagram wisdom flows through dating and marriage, raising children, and managing employees and work relationships through careers that span the corporate and educational realms. Joey honors the tradition of teaching through story-telling and enjoys engaging all audiences seeking to learn from this ancient wisdom. Recently, Joey has taught at the Specialists Hospital of Shreveport, Bivins Pointe retirement community, the Episcopal Diocese of NW Pennsylvania, Chubb Insurance, Sargento, and Crest Industries .
Billy Schewee was introduced to the Enneagram as a teenager and has been a student ever since. He was a member of the first apprentice group studying intently under Suzanne’s tutelage. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hendrix College, a Master’s in Education Administration from Lamar University, and is expected to complete a Doctorate of Education in 2019 from Dallas Baptist University. Billy’s fifteen years of experience in education include roles as teacher, principal, and educational consultant. Billy’s 20 years of experience with the Enneagram has helped as husband, father, co-worker, friend, and citizen. Billy has a knowledge of the power of the Enneagram as a spiritual tool, an engaging presentation style, and a passion for helping others. Billy’s teaching has brought him to Abilene Christian University, the Texas Annual Conference, and Houston Baptist University.