Whatever you do, do it from the heart for the Lord and not for people. Colossians 3:23, CEB
A dictionary would suggest process is the act of working towards a particular end.
Let's add some of our own NSC flare. We do not want to speak of process only in terms of what it is, but how we approach it as faithful people in recovery. My assumption here is that there is something profoundly spiritual about wholeheartedly committing ourselves to whatever we do- even if the task at hand seems particularly banal and insignificant. This is the essence of, “…[practicing] these principles in all of our affairs." And so, feeling bold, I'll suggest that faith calls us to approach process, in life, in a specific way. I believe (tentatively) that there is an "ideal" approach to process (not that we're here to judge the ways in which we fall short of this ideal- because we're not).
Over the next couple of days I'll explore a couple of key factors that go into an "ideal" process.