The Peacemaker type is patient, inclusive and good at seeing multiple sides of a situation. But what happens when they avoid conflict at all cost and fail to declare their needs, leading them to be passive aggressive?
The Challenger type is assertive, protective and advocates for those they see as vulnerable. But what happens when their strength is used to dominate others into doing things their way?
The Enthusiast type is the resilient, versatile and inspiring type who reflects God's joy. But what happens when their desire for seeking pleasure causes them to be reckless, impulsive and avoiding pain at all cost?
The Observer type is the thoughtful, insightful, and calm people whose motivation is to uncover the truth and stay competent. But what happens when they shift from being competent and observant to just detached and avoidant?
The Individualist types are the creative, deep thinkers who want to be inspired and inspire others. But what happens when they become ruled by their emotions? Do you know someone who regularly goes through emotional highs and lows because they feel like they aren’t living up to their purpose? Invite them to watch this video where Pastor Matt Brown discusses what it looks like to be an Individualist and still be a healthy and authentic person.
If at first, you don’t achieve, try, try again. The Achiever type is known to get things done, but what happens when they can’t do it all? Do you know someone who feels the need to succeed at everything they do?
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the Reformer. Practice makes perfect, but for the reformer, perfection is the primary goal. The desire to do what is right can quickly go wrong, but the goodness and determination of a reformer type can also turn a lot of wrongs right again. Know someone who considers themselves a perfectionist or someone in a relationship with one? Invite them to a watch this video where Pastor Matt will be talking about the good, the bad and the ugly traits of The Reformer type.