The Belayer Relationship
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Albert speaks with Jane Denniston, minister at Campsie Parish Church. Jane has been our prayer writer this week and has been writing about the belayer relationships.
Out of all our relationships the one we sometimes value the most is the belayer relationship.
Belaying is a technique climbers use. One person holds tension on the rope while the climber isn’t moving and then releases some slack when they need it to move. If the climber slips the person belaying can hold the rope tense again and stop the climber from falling far. On the journey through life you have to continually appreciate your friends and family who ‘belay’ for you. Cutting you slack and holding you back when you need it.