Should They Stay or Should They Go?

It's the hardest decision you will ever face in a faith venture employing people rebuilding lives from addiction, homelessness and prison. The reality is there comes a time when you need to make a judgement call whether to keep working with an individual in the program or let them go.

As long as someone is showing growth, we are prone at Belay Enterprises to walk alongside them within the structure of a three-strike rule. Ultimately, our faith ventures are places about grace. But that's where it gets really hard.

Sometimes grace is walking alongside someone when that is the painful, difficult route. And sometimes grace is firing someone from the program because there is a lesson to be learned and other people need the opportunity of the program.

I wish there was a formula for making such decisions. There's not.

It's more of an art, a feel, an active seeking of what God wants.

And a trust that no matter what decision is made, God will use it to birth something new... a new life growing out of brokenness.


Anonymous said…
So true, So true!!

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