Archive for September, 2018
Tomorrow is the 1 year anniversary date of when our brother Nabeel Qureshi went home to be with our Lord. Considering that I never had the pleasure of meeting Nabeel, I can think of few others who impacted my life in the manner that Nabeel did. I still think of him often and frequently ask […]
I hate to do posts with just a link but this is well worth a read.
The rapidly unfolding crisis in the Roman Catholic Church is not a matter of concern to Catholics alone. Its true dimensions have yet to be measured, but we think it will prove to be a crisis on the scale of the Protestant Reformation, which began just over 500 years ago — an earthquake of 9.5 on the Richter scale. If so, resolution of the crisis will take decades to work through.
If Satin can’t come in one way he tries another one.
Sometimes I just have to shake my head in disbelief.
What exactly is Enneagram of Personalities?
The author of the book entitled “The Sacred Enneagram” Christopher Heuertz explains Enneagram this way:
“The Enneagram illustrates the nine archetypal human character structures, the nine beautifully flawed ways of being us.”
Beautifully flawed? I believe that the Bible is quite clear when it calls our “flaws” by their proper name: SIN.
Mr. Heuertz said that a friend of his put it this way:
“One of my teachers, Russ Hudson says, “Type isn’t a ‘type’ of person, but a path to God.” I believe it’s sacred because as a map of our soul it’s a compassionate sketch of possibilities. The Enneagram is less about nine “types of people” and more about nine paths back to our true selves and nine paths to divine love.”
Nine paths to divine love? Can it be any…
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