Enneagram Boot Camps
With Suzanne Stabile
Dallas, TX: Enneagram, Antagonists and Family Systems Theory Boot Camp
Sept 25th - 29th, 2014
Dallas, TX: Boot Camp for Spiritual Directors
Oct 30th - Nov 3rd, 2014
Ghost Ranch - Abiquiu, NM: Boot Camp I
Aug. 11th - 17th, 2014
For more information about Ghost Ranch and to register, Click Here.
SOLD OUT! Jackson, MS: Boot Camp I
Jan. 8th - 11th, 2015
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Join us for a multi-day retreat where we will explore intermediate and advanced concepts of the Enneagram using lecture, small group, dyad and triad discussion formats.
Course content will include work in triad, stance, and sub-type groups as well as relationship instruction. Participants will also be provided opportunities to journal and complete exercises designed for their individual personality types which will assist them in growing and developing on their personal journey.
Registration is limited to 40 participants for each camp and understanding of your Enneagram personality type is a pre-requisite.
We Make the Road by Walking: Becoming a Trail Guide
Brian McLaren's 2014 release, We Make the Road by Walking, is not just a book to be read: it is a resource that can be used in a variety of ways. Pastors can use it as a year-long curriculum for Sunday worship. Small group leaders, spiritual directors, and youth workers can use it for their groups or with individuals. Church planters can use it to launch new faith communities. In this four-day "boot camp," you'll be immersed in an experience in which you'll develop your leadership skills, practice facilitation, and experience fresh ways of practicing Christian fellowship, discipleship, and leadership development.
Program Dates: June 19-22 or December 4-7
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Sacred Time: The Liturgical Year
Taught by: Rev Joseph Stabile
The celebration of the seasons of the church year is an ancient tradition within the church. Founded in our history as children of Abraham, all three Abrahamic religions consider the yearly celebrations of their traditions as sacred time. In the month of March, we will consider the celebration of Lent, Easter and Pentecost leading into the ordinary time of the church year; looking at the importance of the liturgical celebrations of each of these times. In November we will resume with part 2 and study the celebration of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany as the ordinary time of the year begins anew. We will explore the origins and importance of each of these seasons and their traditions. May our study enhance our understanding and celebration off the sacred times of our faith.
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Fear Looking for Comfort
Suzanne Stabile - June 03, 2013
It is a beautiful morning! I'm sitting on our patio with my second cup of coffee. The birds are all singing but the one sound I find myself listening...
Dancing in the Kitchen
Suzanne Stabile - May 09, 2013
Dancing in the Kitchen
Joe had a heart attack last Saturday! All the things I had imagined feeling if something like this ever happened were minimal compared t...
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Suzanne Stabile - March 19, 2012
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Suzanne Stabile - February 27, 2012
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Suzanne Stabile - February 25, 2012
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