How can we draw close to God when we are far from our own self // St Augustine
For the next few weeks, we’re going to continue our journey to BETTER KNOW OURSELVES so that we can BETTER KNOW GOD and draw close to Him. One of the tools we will utilize together as a church is the Enneagram Method.
This coming weekend (May 23rd) instead of doing our normal Livestream where I give a “traditional” sermon, we are going to do a LIVE ZOOM gathering so that we can be together and see each others faces, and more importantly so that we can all have the opportunity to share with each other.
Below are some resources to help you on the road to self-discover and knowing your personality better through the Enneagram. Again, this is just ONE of the many-many tools available, but it is one of the more popular today, and has had several recent Christian books to help us see God better within seeing ourselves, so the tool we’ll be using together as a church.
As you look through these resources (or read one of the recommended books), I’d encourage you to do so in relationship with other believers. Our family has had some really fun discussions (and honest tough debates) as we explore our own strengths and failures that derive from our Enneagram personalities.
Upcoming Zoom Worship Gathering Details for May 23rd
Refuge Facebook Group Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2138404829638513/
Recommended Enneagram Books
Introduction The Road Back to You // Ian Morgan Cron
Online Enneagram Type Test
Free (less detail) https://www.truity.com/test/enneagram-personality-test
Free (more detail) http://similarminds.com/test.html
Not Free (very detailed) https://ianmorgancron.com/assessment
Podcast from Various Speakers on using the Enneagram
Various Blogs & Sights Introducing the Enneagram
These are a few I found, the give a good starting point without reading a book (to give you a taste of some self-discovery).
An Response Critical of the Enneagram
While I think the Enneagram is a GREAT TOOL for self discover to better know God, we should also be aware of its short comings. This author (one I respect) does nice job giving a critical response to consider.
And just for fun …