Enneagram & Marriage Workshop

Saturday, October 29
9 am - 2 pm
The Commons at IBC
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Wouldn’t you love to grow in self-awareness, better understand your spouse, and improve communication and conflict resolution in your marriage? The Enneagram, a personality profile, is a helpful tool for pursuing your own individual spiritual growth and for strengthening your marriage. Join Marriage at IBC for a half-day workshop as Pastor Barry walks us through the way the Enneagram can lead us to deeper personal awareness, stronger relational empathy, and foster both personal and relational transformation in your marriage.

Date: Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022

Time: 9 am – 2 pm

Location: The Commons at IBC

Cost: $15 per person (includes lunch and materials). If you're in need of financial assistance to attend, please contact us at the email below.

Kids+: Childcare is available at no charge. Please pack a sack lunch for your kid(s), and register at least 48 hours in advance.

What is the Enneagram?
Built off a set of observations about human motivation and behavior that have a long history in the Christian tradition, the Enneagram is a personality profile that can be used today for pursuing your own individual spiritual growth and for strengthening your marriage relationship.

What Should I Bring?
Bring a notebook and pen.

Preparation:
Prior to the workshop, please take an enneagram test and come with your number.
A test can get you in the ballpark of which number you might be, but then you self-identify your number based on your internal motivations and experiences. It’s okay if you don’t know your exact number. Just come with a general idea of which number(s) you might be.

Can I come alone?
Yes. You are welcome to come whether you are single or your spouse or fiancée isn’t available to join you. Just be aware that as a marriage workshop, marriage illustrations and examples will be used. However, the material covered will be beneficial for anyone who desires to grow in self-understanding, spiritual transformation, and have healthy relationships.

Questions?

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