“The Enneagram & Our Faith Journey”: Taking over CXMH to interview Dr. Jon Singletary!

Hi friends! Robert Vore, host of the CXMH (Christianity & Mental Health) podcast is officially is on paternity leave to be with his sweet wife and their beautiful new son! (Congratulations, Robert & Brooke!!) In the meantime, Robert asked me to host some episodes. Of course, one of the topics I pitched was on the Enneagram, especially given how unbelievably helpful it has been for me in my own life, faith journey, and relationships with others. I wholeheartedly admit I am a better me/ wife/ mom/ family member/ colleague/ teacher/ friend/ human being/ etc. since learning about it a few years ago, and I have more grace for others and myself than ever before.

So I asked Dr. Jon Singletary, Dean of Baylor University’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, to join me in a couple of episodes on this personality typing system. He is one of Suzanne Stabile‘s apprentices and has so much wisdom to offer on the Enneagram. In this first episode, I ask Jon to unpack what the Enneagram is and we discuss how it can be used along our faith journeys. (It even launched on my birthday, which was such a fun treat in the midst of an already wonderful day of celebrating with my husband, kiddos, and parents! Thanks, Robert!)

Enjoy friends, and I hope this episode serves you well!

CXMH: Episode 38: The Enneagram & Our Faith Journey – Part 1
(feat. Dr. Holly Oxhandler & Dr. Jon Singletary)

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Kindly,

holly3

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