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Using the Enneagram to Clarify Your Calling

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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Have you been asking yourself: “Am I really cut out for church planting?” Self-awareness is critical for church planters to clarify their calling into ministry.

Watch this conversation on one of the best tools to unlock more self-awareness in your life — the Enneagram, one of history’s oldest personality typing systems. Hear from pastors who have used the this for their own life and ministry, and how to practically integrate it in your life.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to use the Enneagram as a self-awareness tool
  • Strengths and weaknesses of each of the Enneagram numbers
  • How to identify if you’re led by your heart, gut, or head

“Self-evaluation and awareness tools help us love God, love ourselves, and love others better.” —Mike Harder

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“I look forward to people discovering how uniquely made they are and experiencing God’s love in a deeper way.” —Sherri Harder

Timeline:

6:22 How is the Enneagram helpful as a tool for discovering calling
13:28 Learning the triads of head, heart, and gut
21:28 Describing the 9 types
34:19 True self versus false self
40:19 How our number impacts our day to day life
53:24 What does this mean about our mission?

Your place in God’s mission is irreplaceable” —Sherri Harder

Resources

An Evangelical’s Guide to the Enneagram
Enneagram-Personality-Type-Indicator
“The Road Back to you” by Cron and Stabile
The Road Back to you Podcast
The Liturgists Podcast: Ep37 “The Enneagram”
Mirror for the Soul: A Christian Guide to the Enneagram by Alice Fryling
The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective by Richard Rohr
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Panelists

Sherri and Mike Harder, Co-Senior Pastors, The Vineyard Church in Des Moines, IA

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