Keeping up with “Zambia!”

Champions For Life Zambia Day Seminar, through my eyes.
Champions For Life Zambia started in 2011 and my first experience with Champions for life Zambia after four years of its establishment is a journey I would like to share. The morning began, with an adrenaline rush in anticipation of the prepared day seminar to commence. A build-up of momentum was further on heightened at the arrival of the Champions, and so it was Expectation met with Anticipation. Team leaders and Champions were united by the music ministry, setting the pace of a remarkable journey of the Champion experience.

A flash back  is one that consisted of drawing invaluable lessons from one another. Under the theme “breaking out of grief” what was special and worth noting was the level at which individual Champions began to share with fellow champions on their life experiences concerning grief, for most it was a bold step of openly confronting shelved feelings within, whilst for other peers listening it was reassurance that they were not alone.
The interaction within the small group sessions from the older champions to younger champions was intriguing due to the manner in which they tackled questions on their understanding of grief, by acknowledging each others unique experiences pertaining to grief and helping one another.

Pictures paint a thousand words with the aid of the silhouette drama serving as a visual example it created a platform of delving right into ones thoughts and feelings enabling a direct confrontation of any relatable feelings in line with the theme.

Silhouette Drama

An overall experience still resonates freshly within astounded by the commitment and service towards cultivating a culture of loving, building another through the champions day seminar program.

By Kelly.




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