Enneagram Workshop withHunter Mobley
Learning to understand and improve relationships
April 30 & May 1, 2021 (EDT)
Relationships are complicated! Whether at home or at school, at work or at play, with our families, friends or even at church (!), people see the world and manage their relationships differently.
The retreat begins Friday evening with Fr. David and Hunter Mobley providing an overview of the Enneagram system of personality types and the framework it provides for understanding people.
On Saturday, participants learn about enneagram triads, stances and sub-types—all of which are invaluable tools in understanding how people relate to one another, why misunderstandings happen, and how empathy and compassion can help one live in harmony with others.
Who will benefit from this retreat? This retreat is for life learners and those wishing to improve and deepen relationships in all aspects of life. In addition to learning about oneself through the enneagram framework, participants will gain helpful new insights into relationships with others.
Friday, April 30, 8 PM (EDT): Opening session and introduction by Fr. David and Hunter Mobley
Saturday, May 1
10 AM - 12 PM (EDT): Session 1
1 PM - 3 PM (EDT): Session 2
$75 per person
All sessions will be recorded and available for viewing after the retreat.
Have questions? Email Nancy LeVasseur for more information.
About Hunter Mobley
Hunter Mobley was introduced to the ancient spiritual wisdom tool, the Enneagram, years ago when he met master Enneagram teacher, Suzanne Stabile. Hunter completed a multi-year old-fashioned apprenticeship with Suzanne as formation for his Enneagram teaching ministry at conferences, retreats, corporate events, and churches. Hunter is a teacher at Suzanne and Joe Stabile’s teaching center in Dallas, Texas. Hunter is currently Executive Pastor at Christ Church Nashville, home of the Grammy-nominated Christ Church Choir. He also teaches as an adjunct professor at Belmont University College of Law. With degrees from Davidson College (B.S.), University of Kentucky (J.D.), and New York University (LL.M.), Hunter combines experience and insights from ministry, academia, and law practice as he teaches the Enneagram. Hunter has served his community as Vice-President of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee's Antiquities, and as a Board member for Begin Anew and Mercy Multiplied International. Along with Dan Scott, Hunter is co-author of three devotional books, Road to Pentecost, Road to Christmas, and Twelve Drummers Drumming.