“Ennea” is the Greek word for “nine.” The Enneagram is an ancient system of identifying nine different ways people innately perceive and react to other people and situations. The diagram itself is a way to describe and show how different personality types interact and are influenced. The purpose of studying the Enneagram is to help each person grow in self-awareness and to develop greater understanding of and compassion for others. One of the leading teachers of the Enneagram is Suzanne Stabile. On Sunday, September 26, 10:00 A.M., our Enneagram Sunday School Class will begin (again) her DVD series, The Enneagram Journey. Whether you are curious about the Enneagram or have been studying it for years, please join us! For more information, please call Cornell Flournoy, 318-347-3789, or just come to the classroom during the Sunday School hour, in Grace Hall, second room on the left.