Enneagram expert Suzanne Stabile to speak at annual Centenary dinner


March 10, 2017

SHREVEPORT, LA — Suzanne Stabile, an internationally renowned teacher and director of retreats, will speak at the 11th annual dinner benefiting Centenary College’s Christian Leadership Center. The dinner at Centenary’s Fitness Center is Thursday, March 16 at 6:00 p.m.

“We are so excited about the Fundraising Dinner this year,” says Rev. Maegan Habich, Centenary College Chaplain and Associate Director of Christian Leadership. “Support from alumni and friends helps us live out the Christian Leadership Center’s mission for Centenary students.”

The Christian Leadership Center, founded in 1974 as the Church Careers Program, is an ecumenical, faith-based, co-curricular program committed to creating opportunities for Christian leadership development through the intersection of faith and academy. Students in CLC commit to a class, small group, year-long internship program, and theological reflections. The program as a whole is dedicated to theological study, innovative leadership training, interreligious and interdenominational dialogue, issues of peace and justice, and spiritual formation and Christian discipleship.

Guest speaker Stabile is the author of The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey of Self-Discovery. She is a master teacher of the Enneagram, a model of human personality types and a spiritual tool for self-understanding and insight into interpersonal relationships.

Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey of the Louisiana Methodist Conference will deliver the invocation at the dinner, and the Christian Leadership Center Award will be presented to Nancy Beauvais. Beauvais has served as the chairperson of the CLC Advisory Board and has been a mentor, confidante, and cheerleader for dozens of CLC students who have interned with her at Broadmoor United Methodist Church in Shreveport.

Tickets for the 11th Annual CLC Fundraising Dinner are available online at centenary.edu/clcfundraiser. Tickets are $45 for individuals and $300 for a table of eight. For more information, contact Maegan Habich at mhabich@centenary.edu or 318.869.5156.

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