Suzanne Stabile

Resurrecting Relationships: Enneagram Wisdom for the Path Between Us

Co-sponsored with Kirkwood Baptist Church

April 12-13, 2019. Friday Evening 6-9 p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: Kirkwood Baptist Church, 211 N Woodlawn Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122

Join Suzanne Stabile, author of The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery (with Ian Cron), author of The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships, and host of the popular podcast, The Enneagram Journey as she discusses the Enneagram and Relationships. Her teaching will include the best of each number, the uniqueness of each personality, the ways one number relates to another, and what each personality would want others to know. Suzanne will teach about the 45 possible combinations in the Enneagram system with her usual insight and humor.  Her colorful examples showcase each number and highlight the challenges of being in relationships with other numbers as well as the balance they can bring each other.

During worship on Sunday, April 14, Suzanne and Joe Stabile will be visiting Dayspring. Joe will be preaching that morning. We look forward to having you worship with us at 10:45!


It is recommended that you know your enneagram number before attending this event. Suggested resources for figuring out your enneagram number include:

The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self Discovery

Enneagram: Know Your Number mp3

The Road Back to You Podcast

The Path Between Us Podcast

Registration: $100

Registration includes snacks, drinks, and workshop materials.

Lunch on Saturday is not provided. The group will break at lunch to eat off site with designated discussion topics.

Why the Enneagram?

The great Jesuit teacher, Anthony deMello, challenges us to “Wake Up!” He adds, “It is nonjudgmental awareness alone that heals and changes and makes one grow.”  Suzanne Stabile, an Enneagram Master says “Non-judgmental awareness’ is the gift of the Enneagram.”

Men and women have been engaging in spiritual practices for centuries in search of their “true selves”.  We know all too well the false self that, as Paul said, leads us to do the things we hate and not to do the good we want to do.  In recent decades the Enneagram has become known as another tool for helping us to discover who we truly are, both in personality and in spirit.