Centenary and Broadmoor UMC host Enneagram expert Suzanne Stabile

SHREVEPORT, LA — Suzanne Stabile, an internationally renowned teacher and retreat director, will present an Enneagram workshop in Shreveport later this month. Centenary College’s Christian Leadership Center and Broadmoor United Methodist Church have collaborated to present the "Know Your Number" workshop on the Centenary campus on January 29 and 30. Advance tickets for the workshop are $75, and $90 at the door.

"The Christian Leadership Center is thrilled to co-host 'Know Your Number with Suzanne Stabile' with Broadmoor United Methodist Church," says Maegan Daigle, Assistant Director of the Christian Leadership Center. "Suzanne is an Enneagram expert whose astute knowledge and understanding of the Enneagram will inform beginners and the well-versed alike!"

The Enneagram is a model of human personality types and a spiritual tool for self-understanding and insight into interpersonal relationships. According to Stabile, learning about the nine personality types helps us "emerge with a new appreciation and acceptance of others…the insight that it gives can change our lives."

Stabile offers a unique and creative approach to the practice of spiritual formation, drawing on her education at Southern Methodist University as well as skills learned as a mother of four, a social worker, and a minister’s spouse. She and her husband, Rev. Joseph Stabile, founded Life in the Trinity Ministry in 1985, and have become very active in retreat work and seminars around the country.

The "Know Your Number" workshop will be held in Centenary's Kilpatrick Auditorium on Friday, January 29 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, January 30 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Methodist clergy can earn 8.5 CEU contact hours by attending the workshop. Online registration is available at centenary.edu/stabile. For additional information, contact Maegan Daigle at sdaigle@centenary.edu.

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