How does the way we’re wired affect our life? The EnneaCast explores personality, relationships and the gospel through the lens of the enneagram – with a little twist up our sleeves. Each episode features enneagram coaches, authors and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games based on their personality. A production of Love Thy Neighborhood, The EnneaCast is hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson.

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2 grand prize winners will receive tickets for themselves plus a friend to attend our next enneagram workshop in Louisville! 5 runners-up will receive original artwork by host Jesse Eubanks based on the 9 transformative virtues of the Enneagram!



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We recommend using the WEPSS test. It is $10 per test and the results are e-mailed to you instantly.

We do not recommend any of the free versions. They do not produce reliable results and may cause more harm than good. Use the WEPSS test instead.

We recommend two different options. Jesse and Sam were trained by Crosspoint Ministry. We highly recommend any and all of Crosspoint’s materials. If you are looking for an online option, we also recommend Your Enneagram Coach with Beth McCord.

You can find Crosspoint Ministry by visiting their website.

We use a resource by Donald Miller called Storyline. It is helpful in looking at the experiences of your life in a linear sense, which allows you to notice major life themes. These themes in turn create a main theme or message that usually relates to your core type’s childhood message. Donald Miller made this resource available for free several years ago through a series of blogs. You can download your timeline here. You can view instructions for your timeline on his blog.

For an introductory overview that is still full of profound stories and insight, we like “The Road Back to You” by Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile.

For a more comprehensive understanding of Crosspoint’s perspective as it relates to soul care and the Enneagram, check out “The Relational Soul”. Crosspoint is also currently working on a new book on the Enneagram that they intend to release in late 2018.

For a more in-depth analysis, Riso and Hudson have a book called “The Wisdom of the Enneagram” that is very thorough and explores sub types and psychological analyses that our episodes don’t cover.  

For fun, we also like “Are you my Type, am I Yours?”

Yes! Jesse and Sam are available for colleges and select groups to teach Enneagram workshops. Send us email to learn more.