Podcasts

Many Enneagram teachers host podcasts that highlight wisdom from their own years of experience as well as the perspectives of insightful guests. Here is a curated list of some of our favorite Enneagram podcasts.

The Enneacast

with Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson

From urban missions agency Love Thy Neighborhood, this podcast explores personality, relationships and the gospel through the lens of the Enneagram. Each episode features Enneagram coaches, authors, and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games based on their personality.

Enneagram and Christianity

with Clare and Scott Loughrige

Featuring breakthrough work around harmony triads, this podcast from pastors and Enneagram teachers Clare and Scott Loughrige answers questions on why the Enneagram is a model of discipleship and spiritual formation for Christians and helping professionals.

The Enneagram Journey

with Suzanne Stabile

With guests such as Brian McLaren, Emily P. Freeman, Annie F. Downs, and others, this podcast from author and Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile also features topical discussions such as parenting, relationships, recovery, and more.

Heart of the Enneagram

with Sandra C. Smith and Christopher T. Copeland

Alongside the companion book, this podcast from two experienced Enneagram teachers offers a deep dive into the the Enneagram as a tool for personal and spiritual growth. Episodes explore each of the nine types by sharing personal narratives from those who use the Enneagram in spiritual formation.

No Chill Enneagram

with Richard Clark and Bethany Perkins

Every week, Richard Clark and Bethany Perkins are joined by a fellow Enneagram fanatic to talk about how bad their obsession has gotten, type people and things, and just generally talk about the Enneagram without restraint or chill.

The Sleeping at Last Podcast

with Ryan O’Neal

This podcast from Ryan O’Neal (the musician behind “Sleeping At Last”) dissects and explains how his songs take shape, focusing on his Enneagram-inspired album Atlas Year Two. Hear about Ryan’s creative process and the intention and thought behind his songs.

Typology

with Ian Morgan Cron

Hosted by author, speaker, and counselor Ian Morgan Cron, this podcast explores how we can use the Enneagram as a tool to become our best, most authentic selves. You’ll hear interviews with thought leaders like Richard Rohr, Amy Grant, Michael Hyatt, Beatrice Chestnut, John Mark McMillan, Aaron Niequist, and more.

Guest Episodes

Were your favorite speakers, teachers, and writers interviewed about the Enneagram on other popular podcasts? We’ve gathered some single episodes that feature Enneagram wisdom from podcast guests.

Adele and Doug Calhoun on Faith Conversations with Anita Lustrea

Adele and Doug Calhoun talk with Anita Lustrea about the harmony method, spiritual practices, and their book Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram, coauthored with Clare and Scott Loughrige.

Chris Heuertz on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker

In conversation with Jen Hatmaker, Enneagram expert Chris Heuertz shares how knowing his Enneagram type has helped him embrace his strengths and his flaws and how it has enhanced understanding and compassion in his key relationships.

Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile on The Calling from Christianity Today

In the episode “What Does the Enneagram Have to Offer Christians?” on The Calling podcast, Christianity Today managing editor Richard Clark talks with Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile about what the Enneagram has to offer today’s church.

Ian Morgan Cron on The Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast

Ian Morgan Cron and Allie Stanley join Andy Stanley to talk about how the Enneagram can help leaders understand the lens through which they see the world, as well as how to lead each type more effectively. Listen to Part 1 and Part 2 of the episode “The Enneagram for Leaders.”

Suzanne Stabile on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

Annie F. Downs kicked off her EnneaSummer 2019 podcast series by talking with Suzanne Stabile about how to start the journey toward your own number, where the Enneagram came from, and what you can learn from studying all the numbers, not just your own.