Speaking & Workshops
I’ve really enjoyed speaking - at retreats, conferences, workshops, and other gatherings - especially when I’ve opened up the scriptures and offered practical ways for people to apply God’s Word. I now think of myself as more of a guide — as one who invites people to listen to God for themselves so they can live more fully and freely as the person God designed for them to be. Leaning on the content of my new book, Beyond the Enneagram, my focus for future speaking engagements will be guiding people along the sacred journey from Adapted Self strategies to Authentic Self living.
Contact me if you’re looking for someone to guide you and your group to a deeper understanding and experience of a more centered life with God.
I’ve offered interactive workshops on the Enneagram for close to twenty years: for small groups, church gatherings, ministry teams, at camps and conferences, and in a variety of settings. My workshops range from a simple overview of the nine Enneagram types to more extensive applications of the Enneagram wisdom, from a few hours to a longer period of time. I’m excited to now include content from my new book, Beyond the Enneagram, to my presentations. I’m confident this will expand the value of the Enneagram and also invite participants to experience more freedom and joy in their everyday lives.
In most cases, I create my workshops in cooperation with those who request my presentation. I’d love to work with you to design a workshop geared toward the needs and knowledge of your group. Let me know how I can serve you.
"Marilyn really knows the Enneagram. And she knows how to bring it alive to others. Her voice is practical and organized, creative and humorous, and her workshop evoked many 'Ahas' for me. Her personal approach is steeped in Christian wisdom and grace." S.A., Gig Harbor, WA
“Marilyn facilitated an engaging workshop at our annual couples' retreat, and we still talk about it. As she unpacked the Enneagram for us, 'aha moments' resounded as we considered its application and implications for ourselves and our marriages. It allowed us to better understand and love ourselves, and appreciate and love each other more." J.S., Colorado Springs