Don was saved in August 1991, after listening to a 14-tape series of sermons by John MacArthur. From 1970–1990, he raced land speed cars as a hobby, setting numerous records and exceeding 300 miles per hour on five occasions. Shortly after becoming a Christian, Don left racing to be involved in ministry at Grace Community Church. He served in Children’s Ministry for eight years while attending The Master’s Seminary, and he also led a Bible study in the Mainstream fellowship group. Don has pastored The Guild fellowship group since 2007, and he joined Grace Church’s elder board in April 2011. After graduating from The Master’s Seminary, Don found work developing training materials for Motor Racing Outreach, a ministry to the NASCAR racing circuit. He joined staff at Grace to You in 2001, where he provides pastoral care for Grace to You supporters. Don and his wife, Logan, have been married since 1996 and live in Granada Hills, California.
The Enneagram has become very popular among Evangelicals and is the latest of several personality tests developed over the last 150–200 years in Western culture. The Enneagram is an attempt to explain the complexity of humanity by categorizing people into one of nine personality types. As compelling as some of its explanations may appear, many do not know the dark history and theology behind the Enneagram.
Should you care about what people think of you? Does your reputation matter? This seminar will explore what the Bible has to say about the importance of a good reputation before others as you live to the glory of God.