“Extraordinarily insightful, inviting, and immensely clarifying.” —Suzanne Dion, co-author of The Enneagram, Relationships and Intimacy
“Self to Lose, Self to Find is hands-down my favorite book on the Enneagram. Why? Because it is Jesus-centered to the core. While many seek to focus on the individual, Vancil invites you to understand the self that Jesus is inviting you to leave behind, so you can follow Him. The best way to describe this book is ‘beautiful.’ ”—Daniel Fusco, pastor at Crossroads Community Church and author of Crazy Happy
“Few Enneagram books speak to how our relationship with Christ shows up in our two selves. Fewer still provide a solid biblical framework to chart a path from the old to the new self with Christ at the center in such a thoughtful and practical way. This book does that. It is the first book I point others to no matter how familiar they are with the Enneagram.”—Dave Kanne, MA, LPC at the Center for Biblical Counseling; former director of Spiritual Formation, Dallas Theological Seminary
“An exceptional book.”—Beth McCord, founder of Your Enneagram Coach; author of Becoming Us and The Enneagram Collection
“In a society strapped to self-sufficiency, it is rare to find Enneagram wisdom that is truly wise. Vancil brings together our being and our becoming, hidden not simply in the depths of our own selves but in the heart of Christ.”—K. J. Ramsey, therapist; author, This Too Shall Last
“A thoughtful and groundbreaking analysis of the Enneagram system and its valuable contribution to the work of development in the Christian life.”—David Daniels, M.D., author of The Essential Enneagram
“In Self to Lose, Self to Find, Marilyn tactfully and compassionately provides not only scriptural context and extensive Enneagram knowledge but also practical recommendations that allow each of us to continue the journey of authentic self-discovery.”—Dr. Jerome D. Lubbe, author The Brain-Based Enneagram
“Self to Lose, Self to Find is for the serious seeker who is hungry to engage the Enneagram for transformation. Marilyn Vancil speaks from deep experience and gracious invitation.”—Gem Fadling, author of What Does Your Soul Love?