Understanding one’s uniqueness and calling can be a personally liberating and powerful way to move forward in life and make a difference in the world.
This idea is not a new one. Two thousand years ago, the Scriptures include this concept when Paul introduces spiritual gifts to the communities he started in strategic cities in the Roman Empire.
For the past year I have been studying the Enneagram, and we include it as one of our assessments in the “Personal Well Being and Spiritual Formation” doctoral course at Bethel Seminary. With roots in the seven deadly sins, this assessment includes common personality traits, areas of struggle, along with personal areas for growth.
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