A message from the director
The 12-step program requires that I be on a course of constant growth and accept the fact that there is no predetermined destination for me to arrive at. That being said, I would like to share some of the things that I have learned so far travelling on the recovery road of Jericho…..
People cannot relate to perfect people, the greatest connection we can have with people is in our brokenness, not our perfection.
Listening is the crown jewel for any leader, listening well is a skill most of us have to learn.
There is no greater privilege than to listen to the stories of others, especially at a 12-step meeting.
Saying “I do not know” increases your credibility, I do not have to have all the answers. That Is why I love & trust my team.
Declining opportunities rather than accepting in obligation is saying yes to what God has called us to do. The hardest word I had to practise saying in ministry work is “NO”.
Always meet people where they are “at”.
God does not waste anything or anybody-no matter where they come from or where they’ve been.
And last but not least, My life’s purpose is so much clearer when I work to serve and not to possess.
Constant learning, constant growth……it’s a beautiful thing!