The Tea Table is a special feature where you have the chance to get to know our team on a more personal level. Pour yourself some tea (hot or sweet– we won’t judge) and enjoy. Have a question you’d like to ask our team? Just leave it in the comments below!
What is your name and where/how do you serve with CODE?
Aaron Hall is my name and I serve on the board of CODE ministries, and serve as a musician and prayer person in Kansas City, help produce Paradise, Uganda the upcoming album, and make worldwide friends.
Which instruments do you play?
I play guitar, violin, and I sing!
When you were 5, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to go to East Africa and save cheetahs and the white rhino from extinction.
What is one thing you’ve learned since moving to Kansas City?
In Kansas City, I’ve learned that love is really the most important thing.
Tell us a little bit about the recovery program home you’ve lived in and one piece of advice you would offer to those who have loved ones recovering from addictions.
The recovery program where I’ve lived is centered around being with Jesus in the place of prayer. The main thing I would recommend to those with loved ones recovering from addiction is to support them with love and kind words, and pray for them daily, but keep healthy boundaries. Boundaries are really one of the most important things when dealing with addictions.
Which continent is your favorite and why?
Africa is the best continent, mostly because of its great size, climate and of course, music.
If you could record a CD with any music artist, who would you choose?
Right now I would choose “Los Angeles Azules.” They are awesome.