146: A Conversation with an Enneagram 6 & 7

Do you prepare for the worst and hope for the best?

Are you energized by the crowd and bring life to the party?

On this episode, Aaron Lutz sits down with Courtney Ricketts and Aric Harding to talk about what it’s like to see the world through the lens of an Enneagram 6 and Enneagram 7.

But more than knowing ourselves better, we want to know and follow Jesus more fully, so how can the Enneagram be used as a tool to grow spiritually?

145: A Conversation with an Enneagram 4 & 5

Have you ever felt misunderstood by the people around you?

Why does your spouse need so much alone time?

On this episode, Rachel Chester talks with Kendra Bates and Mandy Turner about what it’s like to walk in the shoes of an Enneagram 4 and Enneagram 5, and how this tool has helped them to better love and serve God and others.

144: A Conversation with an Enneagram 1 & 2

Do you consistently see things that could be improved?

Do you need to be needed but struggle to express your own needs?

On this episode, Aaron Lutz talks with Sarah Beth Dikun and Abby Willis about what it’s like to see the world through the lens of an Enneagram 1 and Enneagram 2, respectively.

But more importantly, how can the Enneagram be used as a tool to more faithfully follow Jesus?

143: A Conversation with an Enneagram 3

Have you ever wondered why your spouse or friend reacts so differently than you to the same event?

Or, why we all keep struggling with the same fears and obstacles in our spiritual life?

Rachel Chester sits down with Bruce Wesley and Aaron Lutz to discuss the personality type profile, the Enneagram.

They answer how this can be a helpful tool as we try to love others well and grow as disciples of Jesus.

Bruce and Aaron also give us a glimpse into their own personalities and perspectives as Enneagram 3s.

142: A Conversation with Ryan Lehtinen

If Ryan Lehtinen wasn’t the pastor of the Egret Bay Campus, what would he do?

What’s his favorite food?

What are his plans for his sabbatical this summer?

On this episode Lance Lawson talked with Ryan before he went on sabbatical about his family, his passions, and his hope for the future of Clear Creek Community Church and the Egret Bay Campus.

He also shares the story of delivering his third child in his van in a Waffle House parking lot.

135: A Conversation with Aaron Lutz

If Aaron Lutz wasn’t the pastor of the East 96 Campus, what would he do?

How many home runs did he hit in high school?

What’s his favorite food?

On this episode Ryan Lehtinen talks with Aaron about his family, his passions, and his hope for the future of Clear Creek Community Church and the East 96 Campus.

He also shares his list of favorite restaurants in the Houston area.

The Aaron Suhre Story

“We’re just this small story in the greater, bigger story of what God is doing. These are some things God has done in this life for his greater good.”   – Aaron Suhre

 

132: Busy Life on Mission

One the values of Clear Creek Community Church is Missional Living.

We demonstrate the power of following Jesus to those around us by showing the love of Jesus to everyone we meet.

But what if your life is busy…really busy?

You might be surprised to know that even in the busyness of life there’s opportunity to live on mission for Jesus.

In fact, the busyness might provide more opportunity than you ever thought.

On this episode, Ryan Lehtinen talks with Brandi DeGroot about how her family lives on mission in midst of a full schedule.

 

129: A Conversation with Chris Alston

What does little league, sushi, and mowing have in common?

They are all things Chris Alston loves.

On this episode, Rachel talks with Chris about his years of serving as a pastor at Clear Creek Community Church, his family, his passions, and what he would do if he wasn’t a pastor.

 

128: Women in the Church — Discernment and Discipleship

Our culture clamors with voices seeking attention and influence in women’s lives.

From Bible study teachers to internet influencers, we choose daily who will lead and guide us.

Why is it important that women have other women’s voices in their lives?

How can we discern the best sources to teach and disciple us?

Guest host Yancey Arrington talks with Rachel Chester and Mandy Turner about the unique contributions and challenges women face today within the church.