Enneagram 3, husband, and father of two beautiful girls, Sean Palmer is on today's episode of The Enneagram Journey! (He is also a pastor, speaker, writer) This episode is full of so many great sound bites: "3s don't cut corners. We find efficiencies." "Why is the investment in who we are and what we believe so low?" "How many people I have talked to who are married to 1s, and how deeply they love them, but don't understand the 1s feelings about themselves." This episode also holds some great content about enneagram stances, orientation to time, and how we all deal with failure. Good luck on Your Journey!
Have you taken a test to find out your enneagram number? Did it turn out to be incorrect? Craig Nash is one of MANY people who has had this experience and he shares it on today's episode of The Enneagram Journey! Suzanne and Craig discuss the counter-phobic/phobic continuum, relationships between Sixes and Twos, Sixes and Fear, chaining, and on and on. Be sure to listen for the Jason Isbell lyrics that Craig claims is the Enneagram Six Anthem! If you have questions for Craig, or want to hear more from him, he will be back in Dallas on October 18th as part of a panel for a Live Enneagram Journey Podcast with Suzanne! visit www.lifeinthetrinityministry.com for more details and for tickets. Thank you for listening, for your support of the podcast, LTM, and for Joe and Suzanne's work! We hope you enjoy today's show, and to see you at an upcoming event!
Coming to you from Lemuria Bookstore in Jackson, Mississippi! It's The Enneagram Journey with Suzanne Stabile and special guest and friend, Brian McLaren!! Brian and Suzanne have taught together in the past, and their warmth for one another is evident in the podcasts. If you want to know more about Brian though, here is a lot of great biographical information pulled from brianmclaren.net: Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English teacher and pastor, he is a passionate advocate for “a new kind of Christianity” – just, generous, and working with people of all faiths for the common good. He is a faculty member of The Living School, which is part of the Center for Action and Contemplation, and he co-leads the Common Good Messaging Team, which is part of Vote Common Good. He is also an Auburn Senior Fellow and a leader in the Convergence Network, through which he has developed an innovative training/mentoring program for pastors, church planters, and lay leaders called Convergence Leadership Project. He works closely with the Wild Goose Festival, the Fair Food Program‘s Faith Working Group, and Progressive Christianity. His most recent joint project is an illustrated children’s book (for all ages) called Cory and the Seventh Story and his upcoming writing projects include The Galapagos Islands: A Spiritual Journey (Fall 2019) Faith After Doubt (Spring 2021), and Do I Stay Christian? (Spring 2022).
You have probably heard more about Carolyn Teel from Suzanne over the years than will be in this podcast episode, but it is long overdue that you hear from Carolyn herself! Carolyn is an Enneagram 5 and Suzanne's oldest friend. You get to hear how they have made their relationship work as an extrovert 2 and an introvert 5 over the past 50 plus years. Their conversation goes back to when they had to use a microphone pointed at a record player for the drill team to perform to! Also, we hope you enjoy an intro from Joey Schewee as she talks about the gifts and love that Carolyn has shown her over the years.
This is an episode for everyone! Not just enneagram 1s, or 2s, or 7s, or people interested in learning about diet culture, or people who want to hear about SNAP, or people who want to learn about Belief Systems, or people struggling with shame, or people dealing with their body image....you see where we are going with this. Get to know Enneagram Ones, Casey Bonano RD, LD, CEDRD, and Whitney Stabile MS, LPC-S, CEDS and hear about their Enneagram Journeys. If you want to reach out to Whitney you can find her at www.bravehanvencounseling.com and you can reach out to Casey at www.dallasnutritionalcounseling.com Good luck on your Journey!!
Meet Enneagram 9, Susan Robb! A former Kilgore Rangerette and Baylor Bear, mother of 2, and wife of Ike Robb (enneagram 1), Susan was called to seminary when her kids were in elementary school. Susan and Suzanne discuss Calling and what that can cost, but also what it's worth. She has been on staff at Highland Park United Methodist Church now for 18 years. They discuss her book, Called: Hearing and Responding to God's Voice, the gifts that Enneagram Nines have to offer the rest of us, shame and guilt, and of course much more.
This is a very special episode! Unlike previous podcasts, today's episode is the introduction (first hour) of Suzanne and Joe's workshop, Spiritual Practices and the Enneagram. As it was being edited, it was incredible how many of your questions get answered in the first hour. It was too great not to share! The hour includes some enneagram introductory information, enneagram history, some next step wisdom. Suzanne addresses trauma, Joe reaches out to Spiritual Directors and Clergy. What is Essence, and why should we do soul work or participate in Spiritual Practices? The 3 Centers of Intelligence, Enneagram Triads, Enneagram Stances, and, and, and! We hope you grow from this podcast, and if you are interested in hearing the rest of the workshop, it will be available at lifeinthetrinityministry.com and suzannestabile.com beginning July 15th! Welcome to The Journey! Let's grow deeper together!
If you haven't met Melissa Radke yet, then you are in for a real treat! Author, star of the new USA reality show The Radkes, wife and mother of 2, and enneagram 7, Melissa joins Suzanne on the show today. One of the best parts of the conversation is hearing about when and how Melissa decided she was "worth the work". Like Melissa, have you ever been told you're "just too much"? They also discuss dealing with grief, they talk about faith, and about growing older. Enjoy the podcast and after listening be sure to visit melissaradke.com to learn more about Melissa, her family, the show, and her books!
Ann and Caroline have been on a Journey that has included the Enneagram for 7 years now after they attended Suzanne's workshops back in 2012. A lot of people think that 4s and 8s have much in common, and many believe that they are soooooo different. This podcast addresses both sides and talks about how their relationship has evolved as they've grown. What are the differences in parenting young children and adult children? And though he didn't know it, Loren, Ann's husband and Caroline's father, an enneagram 9, gets caught in the conversation's cross hairs as well! There is so much gold from both the parent and daughter angle, about both the aggressive and withdrawing stance, someone who deals so much with shame and someone who deals often with anger. I hope you, and your family and friends can glean as much from it as I did!
What is your Repressed Center? Thinking? Feeling? Doing? Suzanne explains how 1s, 2s, and 6s are Thinking Repressed. How 4s, 5s, and 9s are Doing Repressed. And, how 3s, 7s, and 8s are Feeling Repressed. Remember, "Repressed" can mean many different things for each number in each Stance! People often push back on this topic, but today's episode will help to clear things up, and give us all some tools moving forward. If you want MORE TOOLS! visit www.LifeInTheTrinityMinistry.com and use the promo code PODCAST at checkout to get Suzanne's mp3 teachings on How To Develop Your Repressed Center (3 hours of content for each stance) for 50% off during the month of June. Want to see her teach in person on Enneagram Stance Work? Come see her in Los Angeles in October for a 2 day workshop on Enneagram Stances! You can find information and registration for that as well on the LTM website. Good luck on The Journey!
How many fights do you have with people in your life about money and finances? How much internal conflict do you have over it?! We hope that today's podcast will help! Enneagram 3, Rachel Cruze joins Suzanne on The Journey to talk about life as a 3, contentment, money, jealousy and envy, and shame. Rachel helps people learn the proper ways to handle money and stay out of debt. She’s authored three best-selling books, including Love Your Life, Not Theirs and Smart Money Smart Kids. As the daughter of Dave Ramsey, Rachel uses the knowledge and experiences from growing up in the Ramsey household to educate others.
It's low hanging fruit, but it is fair to say that you have done The Next Right Thing by listening to this episode! Enneagram 4, Emily Freeman, joins Suzanne to talk about discernment and the process of doing The Next Right Thing, which is the title of her newest book and her incredibly wonderful podcast. Suzanne and Emily walk through the book discussing the chapters and the significance and overlap of enneagram work and discernment. What role does your enneagram number play when making big, tough, or every day decisions? Giving readers practical, soul-filled steps to discern their next move in love, The Next Right Thing: A Simple, Soulful Practice for Making Life Decisions (Baker Books, April 2, 2019) delivers accessible encouragement and reflections to ease readers’ minds as they tackle any decision they face. ALSO!! For the rest of the month of May, visit www.lifeinthetrinityministry.com and purchase a copy of The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships for only $15 AND it will come with a free copy of The Path Between Us Study Guide!
Another episode where Suzanne sets out to answer some of your Enneagram Questions! Today's questions were submitted through theenneagramjourney.org and on Instagram @suzannestabile. Thank you to everyone who submits questions, this is Suzanne's absolute favorite way to teach!
You probably know Jeremy and Audrey from the hit T.V. show Little People Big World, but as we discuss in this conversation, that isn't what defines them. You may also have read their new book, A Love Letter Life, but that doesn't define their future either! Jeremy, an Enneagram 9, past oriented and an immovable object, and Audrey, Enneagram 8, future oriented and an unstoppable force talk about their relationship, what they are doing to grow a healthy loving life together, and how they're encouraging others to do the same.
This is a good one! Annie F. Downs joins Suzanne in this episode to talk about life as a traveling, writing, public speaking, enneagram 7. They talk about faith, expectations, boundaries, and more. Annie F. Downs is a bestselling author, nationally known speaker, and podcast host based in Nashville, Tennessee. Flawed but funny, she uses her words to highlight the everyday goodness of a real and present God. An author of multiple bestselling books- including Remember God, 100 Days to Brave, and Looking For Lovely, Annie loves traveling around the country speaking at conferences, churches, and events. She also hosts the popular That Sounds Fun Podcast. Annie is a huge fan of bands with banjos, confetti, her community of friends, boiled peanuts, and soccer. Read more at anniefdowns.com and follow her @anniefdowns.
We are trying to clean out the questions inbox! In this Episode, Suzanne answers: How do I figure out my number? What is your stance on tests? What would you say to people who say that the enneagram is evil? Talk about wings. Are they important? What does pathology mean in the enneagram? What is the order of enneagram work? How long can you live in your stress or security number? What are good Lent practices for each enneagram number? We hope you enjoy the show, and keep the questions coming! Also, be sure to visit LifeintheTrinityMinistry.com beginning April 1 for information, dates, and the the application for the 2020 Enneagram and Contemplative Practices Cohorts.
Welcome back everyone for Part 2 of the Parenting and the Enneagram Discussion! If you missed the first half, you will find it in Episode 51. On February 28th, Suzanne and 8 friends gathered together to discuss Parenting and the role enneagram work has played in their lives. It. Was. Incredible. Lindsay Norsworthy (1), Suzanne Stabile (2), Aaron Ivey (3), Elizabeth Chapin (4), Nathaniel Chapin (5), Jamie Ivey (6), Luke Norsworthy (7), Todd Dugas (8), and Joe Stabile (9) make up the panel and represent all 9 enneagram numbers. With 14 children between them and years of experience, what they shared is so beneficial for everyone!
On February 28th, Suzanne and 8 friends gathered together to discuss Parenting and the role enneagram work has played in their lives. It. Was. Incredible. Lindsay Norsworthy (1), Suzanne Stabile (2), Aaron Ivey (3), Elizabeth Chapin (4), Nathaniel Chapin (5), Jamie Ivey (6), Luke Norsworthy (7), Todd Dugas (8), and Joe Stabile (9) make up the panel and represent all 9 enneagram numbers. With 14 children between them and years of experience, what they shared is so beneficial for everyone! *During the first 5:40 of the recording, there was a technical difficulty with the recording equipment, but after that it is corrected! We hope you enjoy this episode and the second half of it in episode 52 of TEJ! Please leave a review and share with your friends and family!
Thank you all for continuing to ask such great questions! We sat down to look at the questions you have turned in through social media, the 3 websites, email, and at live events, and one topic continued to pop out over and over. Will you please talk more and explain more about the Enneagram and Orientation to Time? YES! This episode begins with an introduction on the 3 Enneagram Stances and walks through how our orientation to time can affect our parenting, marriage, and even work life! We hope you enjoy it, and keep the questions coming! (there are two more Q&A episodes to be released in the coming weeks). AND! Visit LifeInTheTrinityMinistry.com for info about, and to sign up for, the 2019 Enneagram Bootcamp!! This year's title is: Stress, Security, and The Speed of Life. Register by Easter and save $100!
People have been asking for an episode with Suzanne and an Enneagram 9 who has an 8 wing, and this is that episode! Jenny Mcnulty, Suzanne's other daughter, joins the podcast! Topics include: Is there such thing as an extroverted 9? Relationships (always!). What having an 8 wing looks like, what work that causes for Jenny, and also how she benefits from it. AND MORE!
The last 2 episodes included guests that were an enneagram 4 and 9, and this episode is going to wrap up the Withdrawing Stance with enneagram 5, Knox McCoy! Author of The Wondering Years, co-host of The Popcast with Knox and Jamie, husband and father of 3, Knox joins Suzanne to discuss life as a 5 including: social media (a common theme as of late), of course pop culture, social situations, and a subject a lot of people are curious about, Subtypes. You can find Knox in Birmingham, AL, you can find The Wondering Years on Amazon, and you can find Suzanne in Long Beach, CA (Feb. 22-23), Austin, TX (Feb. 28 - Mar. 2), and Portland, OR (March 15-17). AND, please rate and leave a review of the podcast!
Enneagram 9, Audrey Assad joins Suzanne on this episode of The Enneagram Journey! This conversation stands alone in it’s uniqueness. Not only because of Audrey’s beautiful music that opens and closes the show, but because of the depth of their talk on how OCD, yoga, the enneagram, acupuncture, and music play a role in Audrey’s life. Suzanne and Audrey talk mental health, and be sure to listen when Suzanne talks about Enneagram Triads and the importance of finding balance in emotional, mental, and physical health. There is so much more to Audrey and her Journey than we could fit in this paragraph or two, so please visit audreassad.com to learn more about Audrey and her Journey, and definitely check out her latest album Evergreen!
The first episode of 2019 is here, and it is a wonderful episode to start the year with! Get to better know Marty Dalton: Marty is a poet and novelist from Chicago, IL. His spoken word has been featured nationally on NPR and Moody Radio. He’s the author of three books, most recently The Brightest: a novella, a love story about love stories.
I love Luke Norsworthy, but to say this is an Enneagram 7 Episode would be such an injustice. In this episode we talk about mystery and faith, spiritual practices and enneagram stances, repressed centers, how Threes Sixes and Nines can be repressed and dominant in the same center, parenting, and answering other questions from the audience. And all of this with the joy and flare of 2 Sevens and a super extroverted Two! Go grab your copy of God Over Good, come see me at an upcoming conference or event, and leave your comments and a review on iTunes! Thank you Luke, and everyone who joined us. Definitely an episode that you will want to listen to more than once!
This is what you get when you have a great interview, with an enneagram 7, and a live audience! Enjoy Part 1 of Suzanne's conversation with Enneagram 7, Luke Norsworthy. You may know Luke from his podcast, Newsworthy With Norsworthy, and you will definitely want to go out and buy or check out his new book, God Over Good. Luke's wife Lindsey is an Enneagram 1, and they live in Austin with their 3 beautiful daughters. This podcast was recorded at The Micah Center in Dallas in front of a small audience on October 18th. Enjoy!
Today's podcast is Part 2 of the conversation with Enneagram 6, Jamie Ivey. Suzanne, Jamie, and Joel dive into a few of the themes of Jamie's book, If You Only Knew. Be sure to check out Jamie's podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey also! Jamie Ivey is passionate about following wherever Jesus takes her, loving her husband, and trying to be the best mom she can be to the four cutest kids in the world. She loves reading great books, vacationing at the beach, speaking to women, date nights, and could easily eat TexMex three times a day. She lives in Austin Texas with her husband Aaron (worship pastor at The Austin Stone) and their crazy kids. You can find her blogging about parenting, marriage, adoption & faith at her website JamieIvey.com. Jamie also hosts a weekly podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey, where she chats with a new guest each week about the big things in life, the small things in life, and everything in between. You can find that show at JamieIvey.com/iTunes. Her book, If You Only Knew, released in January of 2018. If you are interested in the upcoming Enneagram: Stress and Security workshop, please visit www.lifeinthetrinityministry.com for more information!
This episode was so great we had to break it into 2! Meet Jamie Ivey! Jamie is a podcaster, writer, and speaker from Austin, Texas. She is the proud mama of four kids and the wife of Aaron, worship pastor of The Austin Stone Community Church. Jamie loves to encourage women to passionately follow Jesus through whatever stage of life. She does this through writing and her weekly podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. Her book, If You Only Knew released in January of 2018. Jamie and Suzanne talk about shame and the church, Sixes and fear, and how Sevens and Sixes process their fears differently. Parenting, relationships with fans and followers, and her book If You Only Knew are some of the topics discussed over the next two episodes!
So great to have LeaAnn on the podcast! LeeAnn has been in the Enneagram Apprentice program with Suzanne for the past 3 years and has done a lot of work! It is so great to hear someone from the feeling repressed stance talk about their need to bring up feelings. Suzanne and LeeAnn dive into orientation to time and what the downside of being oriented to the future is, and what it may mean to be able to have some balance in that area. What are some of the things that she has missed out on because of her "7ness"? And, what advice would she give to someone in relationship with a 7? All of that is discussed and so much more! We hope you enjoy their conversation, and if you think the podcast deserves a 5 star rating, then leave one and a review wouldn't hurt either!
Very cool episode this week! This week we get to hear a lot of great information on the differences between 2s and 9s. Also, about two different dynamics: the working relationship between Joe and Hunter, and more on the relationship between Joe and Suzanne. If you are going into ministry, you'll want to stick around until the end when Joe and Hunter share some advice of what they've learned about themselves and what they wish they knew when they first entered ministry. EXCITING NEWS! Suzanne will be teaching The Enneagram: Movement to Stress and Security in Dallas on November 19th and 20th, and it will be streamed live online, so you can join in from all around the world for only $30! VISIT LIFEINTHETRINITYMINISTRY.COM FOR MORE INFO AND TO REGISTER
Meet Enneagram 1s Christopher and Amanda Phillips! They have been learning and working with their enneagram numbers for over 3 years now, and the changes and transformation in their lives is so evident. They live in Nashville, TN with their 2 incredible children, Jack and Francine. Can you imagine the expectations that Ones must have when they take their kids for their first day of school?!
Part 2 of Suzanne's conversation with the very future oriented, Enneagram 8, Tony Jones! Topics this episode include: parenting, vocation, social media today, and as always with Suzanne, RELATIONSHIPS! Leave a review, and leave a voicemail for the show at theenneagramjourney.org/interact
This is part one of two of Suzanne's conversation with Enneagram 8, Tony Jones. Tony jokingly second guesses his enneagram number in the beginning of today's show, but as each minute passes, you'll be able to laugh harder at the idea of him not being an 8! People sometimes have a difficult time hearing the truth from 8s, but Tony does a great job of laying it all out there in this episode on behalf of his fellow 8s. Tony Jones is the author of Did God Kill Jesus? Searching for Love in History’s Most Famous Execution, theologian, and speaker. He is a leading figure in the emerging church movement and in postmodern Christianity.
Such an intriguing conversation this week! Ben and Becky are two Aggressive Stance numbers happily married. There are often a lot of questions about the differences between 3s and 8s, and this episode addresses many! They are both such passionate people, but what I love the most about them is there passion for justice and all the good that they put in the world as a couple. I loved talking with them and hope you enjoy it too!
Suzanne's guest this week is Enneagram 4, David Gaffney! If you think that a Texas high school football coach couldn't excel as a 4 with more 4s on his staff, then you're wrong! The kids at John Paul II High School are really blessed to have him there. A real theme in this week's conversation is the enneagram and orientation to time, and David does a great job of speaking to the strengths and struggles of his number. Thank you for listening and sending in your questions, and please leave a review to let us know what you think about the show!
In today's episode Brian Irwin, a 3 on the Enneagram, joins Suzanne. What is courageous for a 3? What does a Contemplative Practice look like for a 3? Brian also shares what life is like being in a relationship with a fellow aggressive number.
This episode is the second part (of 2) of Suzanne's conversation with Joey and Billy Schewee (enneagram 8 and 9) talking about the enneagram and relationships and parenting. Joey and Billy both teach the enneagram across the United States and will be joining Suzanne in Dallas in August to teach brand new material on the Enneagram and Parenting.
On this episode, Suzanne speaks with Joey and Billy Schewee, (an 8 and a 9) on the first of a 2 part series talking about the Enneagram, Relationships and Parenting. Joey and Billy both teach Enneagram workshops across the country under Life in the Trinity Ministries.
This week, Suzanne speaks with long time friend Nadia Bolz-Weber who is a 8 on the Enneagram. Nadia Bolz Weber is the founding pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, Colorado. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People.
This week on The Enneagram Journey, Suzanne Stabile speaks with Abbey Moore who is a 1 on the Enneagram. Abbey is a professional photographer from Grand Rapids, MI and is married to Jake who is a phobic 6.
On this episode, Suzanne talks about how to differentiate between some numbers. For example: how 9's and 1's sometimes struggle to identify, and 3's and 4's etc. We will pick back up with guests next time!
This is the final installment of The Path Between Us series covering the 2's on the Enneagram with none other than Enneagram Master Suzanne Stabile, who is an Enneagram 2! (She is the guest on this one)
On this episode, we continue with The Path Between Us series talking to Jill Herrington who is an Enneagram 9. She completed the Apprentice Program, has worked in healthcare for the past 15 years, and now has started her own business.
On this episode, Suzanne continues with The Path Between Us series talking to Rose Estes, who is an Enneagram 4. She is a former social worker, now stay at home mom. Her husband Webb is a 6 on the Enneagram and they have 2 daughters. We hope you enjoy their conversation!
On this episode of the Enneagram Journey, Suzanne talks with Drew Moser. Drew is a 3 on the Enneagram. He’s married to Bekah, a 1 on the Enneagram, and together they raise 5 children. Drew is a Dean and Professor at Taylor University in Indiana. He’s also a writer, speaker, and consultant on twentysomethings and vocation. His book, Ready or Not: Leaning in Life in Our Twenties, releases in April of this year.
Continuing the series for Suzanne's new book The Path Between Us, she is talking with Dave Barnes who is a 7 on the Enneagram. Dave is a musician and comedian who lives in Nashville with his wife, Annie, (who is an 8 on the Enneagram) and their 3 kids. His new album Who Knew It Would Be So Hard To Be Myself just released.
This is the first of a 9 part series around the new book The Path Between Us. Today we are talking with Casey McCollum, a 5 on the Enneagram. Casey is married with 2 kids living in Denton, TX. He is a former Pastor of 15 years who now utilizes his experience and the Enneagram as a consultant for individuals, churches, and nonprofits.
On this episode, Suzanne speaks with Todd Dugas who is an 8 on The Enneagram. Although currently working as a Clinical Director, Todd has progressively advanced administratively and clinically in addictive disorders and mental health agencies in the public systems, criminal justice systems and private sectors.
On this episode, We are continuing the conversations started last week where Suzanne is speaking with a group of women about the Enneagram, therapy and eating disorders. This episode's guests include: Eden Hyder, LPC, PCCA. Program Director at the Center for Discovery Outpatient Program in Dallas. (Enneagram 2) Candace David, LPC, LCDC. Lead Therapist at Changes Outpatient of Frisco (Enneagram 8) Whitney Russell Stabile, MS, LPC-S, CEDS. Program Director at the Center for Discovery Residential Program of Dallas (Enneagram 1)
On this episode, Suzanne is speaking with a group of women about the Enneagram, therapy and eating disorders. This episode's guests include: Eden Hyder (Enneagram 2) Candace David (Enneagram 8) Whitney Russell Stabile (Enneagram 1) The 3 used to work together using the Enneagram as a tool in therapy.
On this episode of The Enneagram Journey, Suzanne speaks with Sarah Bragg, host of the podcast Surviving Sarah and author of the book Body. Beauty. Boys. The Truth About Girls and How We See Ourselves. Sarah is a 3 on the Enneagram. She's married to her husband, who is a 5 on the Enneagram, and together they have two girls. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Enneagram Journey.
On this episode, this is a completion of the question and answer segment from Episode 7 with Rev. Joe Stabile and Joey Schewee. We hope you enjoy it! Please join us on http://www.theenneagramjourney.com
On this episode of The Enneagram Journey, Suzanne speaks with Dana Effler who is a 6 on the Enneagram. Dana is the Director of Music and Arts at FUMC Dallas. She has earned her bachelor's degree in music education from Furman University and a master's degree in choral conducting and in vocal performance from Southern Methodist University. We hope you enjoy this episode!
On this week's episode, Suzanne speaks with her husband Joe Stabile who is a 9 on the enneagram and Joey Schewee who is an 8 on the Enneagram. Joe is head of Congregational Care at Highland Park UMC in Dallas and Joey is the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at John Paul II High School in Plano, TX. We hope you enjoy this episode.
On this episode, Suzanne speaks with Nathaniel and Elizabeth who you might have heard on Episode 4 and her son Joel about how the Enneagram has impacted their road to recovery. Nathaniel is a 5 on the Enneagram and Elizabeth is a 4. Joel is a 7. This episode specifically addresses co-dependency, alcoholism, living with an addict, etc. We hope that you enjoy this episode of The Enneagram Journey.
On this episode of The Enneagram Journey, Suzanne speaks with Nathaniel and Elizabeth Chapin. They live in Austin, Texas with their 2 children, Alabel and Henry. Nathaniel is an attorney and a 5 on the Enneagram and Elizabeth is an artist, and a 4 on the Enneagram. We hope you enjoy this episode!
On this episode, Suzanne speaks with Hunter Mobley who is a 2 on the Enneagram. Hunter Mobley was introduced to the ancient spiritual wisdom tool, the Enneagram, several years ago when he met master Enneagram teacher, Suzanne Stabile. Hunter is completing an old-fashioned apprenticeship with Suzanne as he prepares to continue teaching the Enneagram and Christian spirituality at conferences, retreats, corporate events, and churches. Hunter is currently Executive Pastor at Christ Church Nashville, home of the Grammy-nominated Christ Church Choir. He also teaches as an adjunct professor at Belmont University College of Law.
On this episode, Suzanne speaks with Peter (Enneagram 1) and Teresa (Enneagram 6) McBean, married 39 years with 3 children and 2 more added via marriage and one grandson. They are a team in everything from grandparenting to ministry. Pete is an IT consultant and Teresa is the executive director of The National Association for Christian Recovery and pastor of Northstar Community.
On this week's episode of The Enneagram Journey, Suzanne speaks to Luke Norsworthy. Luke and his wife Lindsay along with their three daughters live in Austin, TX where Luke is the senior minister of the Westover Hills Church. Luke also hosts the Newsworthy with Norsworthy Podcast, a weekly podcast discussing Spirituality, Christianity, and anything else that seems news worthy.