159 – Enneagram: Anger & Love (Challenger Type)

Challenger types (#8) on the Enneagram tend to be vocal and thrive on making impact as leaders.  David in the Bible could be an 8 as he challenged Goliath and became King while learning to become vulnerable in his weaknesses (Ps. 51).  Join Bill and special guest Bobby Schuller, from the Hour of Power, as they unpack the growth and stress points of the challenger type.  

157 – Enneagram: What You Don’t See in Your Personality

The Enneagram is a tool that can help us see our dysfunction, sin, and unhealthy coping mechanisms. God wants to show us the truth about ourselves and look at the parts of ourselves that is sinful so that we can repent and experience true freedom. Join Bill and Kristi as they further unpack each types’ “signature sin” and the pathway to repentance.

155 – Enneagram: Quieting Your Mind (Head Types)

Anxiety is the basic emotional posture of the head types. Some of us may rely on getting more information, or finding the right people, or simply get distracted with pleasures in order to avoid the feeling of anxiety. Join Bill and Kristi as they identify the unique challenges of each type and share how they can take their anxiety to Jesus.

153 – Enneagram: Self-Acceptance (Heart Types)

Many pastors, helpers, and care givers may resonate with the heart types.  They are good at tuning into other people’s emotions while being sensitive to their own emotions.  Kristi shares her journey as a “helper” type and how the enneagram has helped her process shame and find acceptance in God.

150 – How the Enneagram Has Helped Us

The Enneagram can help us befriend our emotions.  It can be a tool to delve into our emotions so that we can be more aware of ours selves, our personalities, and our relationship with the Lord.  Join the conversation as Bill and Kristi share how the Enneagram has helped them in their life and ministry.