Monday, January 23, 2023

Episode 119 Jesse Eubanks on Understanding God, Yourself and Others Through the Enneagram

In this week’s episode, Jesse Eubanks takes us on a deep dive into how we can grow in our understanding of God, ourselves, and others through the use of the Enneagram.

Check out Jesse’s new book: How We Relate: Understanding, God, Yourself and Others through the Enneagram 

Jesse Eubanks is a certified Enneagram coach and host of The EnneaCast, a podcast exploring personality and relationships through the lens of the Enneagram. Jesse is also the founder and executive director of Love Thy Neighborhood, a discipleship and missions agency mobilizing people to follow Jesus and serve the poor in modern culture. Relevant named him one of the top 50 Christian artists and activists who are making an impact on culture in America. Jesse and his wife, Lindsay, have two children and live in Louisville, Kentucky.


The Enneacast Podcast:  

Resources Recommended on Today’s Episode:

Philip Yancey, The Jesus I Never Knew 

John Perkins, Beyond Charity 

John Mark Comer, Ruthless Elimination of Hurry 

Brian’s Interview with A.J. Sherrill 

Brian Russell’s Books

Centering Prayer: Sitting Quietly in God’s Presence Can Change Your Life 

(Re)Aligning with God: Reading Scripture for Church and World (Cascade Books) 

Invitation: A Bible Study to Begin With (Seedbed) 


Brian’s Recommended Resources on Centering Prayer:  

Information on Brian’s Signature Deep Dive Spirituality Coaching for Pastors and Spiritually Minded Leaders: 

Connecting with Brian:


Twitter: @briandrussell

Instagram: @yourprofessorforlife

Interested in coaching or inviting Brian to speak or teach for your community of faith or group? 


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