Learning Lab: Enneagram: Becoming Acquainted with Your True Self / False Self
The Enneagram is an ancient tool that distinguishes the traits of one's true-self (who we are created to be as bearers of Christ's image) from one's false-self (who we want to be or want others to think we are), as well as describes the primary way one engages relationships. It offers ways one can cultivate healthy relational interaction with God and with others. You may be familiar with other diagnostic tools such as MMPI, Meyers/Briggs, DISC, etc. The Enneagram is quite distinct in its approach. This lab will include theological reflections, small group discussions, and interaction with your Enneagram profile. Cost is $35, and includes the cost of 1 WEPSS Profile that is taken online. This Learning Lab will be at Fuller Texas.
Taught by David Wu (firstname.lastname@example.org)