How the Enneagram Can Help You Be a Better Spouse

Your weekly roundup :: October 21 – 25

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

It’s OK To Grieve

Whatever you’re going through, whatever hurts have battered your heart, it’s OK to give yourself time to grieve. 4word Founder and President Diane Paddison shares her heart on the blog today, explaining how she’s grieved hurts and family health challenges and what her grief looked like.  

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All of us will experience grief in some way in our lifetimes, but grief is a special phenomena in that we will all walk through it in our own unique way. Kristin Brown, vice president of communications for the Institute for Faith, Work and Economics, shares her raw and real journey through grief and why she has come to liken grief to an empty canvas. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.

Our work, love, pray favorites

women in the workplace, career advice, Christians in the workplace

Where Women Fall Behind at Work: The First Step Into Management

Vanessa Fuhrmans with The Wall Street Journal discusses why evening the odds early in their careers will help women avoid obstacles to advancement. 

relationships, dating, singleness, Christian dating, Christian relationships, parenting

6 Ways to Use the Enneagram To Become a Better Spouse

Beth McCord writes on Relevant Magazine and shares six tips for being a better spouse. 

Christianity, faith, spiritual walk, relationship with God

No Easy Answers to the Problem of Suffering

Michael Brown writes on The Christian Post with his thoughts on how to approach the topic of “suffering” with others.

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Molly Fletcher interviewed Cal Newport, who shared a 3-step process to declutter your digital life that thousands of people have used to simplify their lives. Listen to the podcast to learn how to make technology work for you— not the other way around.

4word: Local Group Events

Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Local Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!

For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.