Chris promoted to Sharäth
The worse thing a visionary leader can do is not have a plan for succession—I refused to fail in this area. The Cave of Adullam has always been bigger than me, and it couldn’t die with me. So in 2010 I prayed for an “Elisha”—the Most High sent me Chris—and he never left the Cave’s ministry. Chris’ unwavering sacrifice, commitment and faithfulness to the Most High’s mission for #SavingBoys has proven him worthy of YAH‘s highest rank—a servant. So with honor, I promoted Chris to Sharäth (Servant) in the presence of the tribe who has witnessed his spiritual growth and leadership. May the Most High continue to train Chris’ hands and feet for battle and his heart for service!
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