not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.
~ Hebrews 10:25, ESV ~
In recovery, we learn the importance of the fellowship we have with other people. Many lessons are learned from hearing the story of other’s struggling and overcoming their own issues. How they face challenges, reports of victory, and lessons learned from defeat. The rewards of recovery provides us with reasons to show gratitude toward the help other people have provided.
We realize that our journey is not a lonely venture. Having a community of people around us provides the necessary support for us to continue moving forward. We are enhanced and strengthened each day. For us, being connected with other people is an integral component to our spiritual growth. Not only do we receive mentorship, we also become mentor’s for others finding their own way.
Our story of recovery and spiritual progression is the legacy we share with others.