“Courage is fear that has said it’s prayers.” – Dan Allender
This family is courageous.
Not the kind of courageous that roars and makes itself known, but the kind that humbly shows up everyday calling on holy strength to suffocate all the darkness.
Everywhere they go they take along their nature journals. Documenting the small traces of grace in nature, recording the majesty in the oftentimes overlooked traces of miracles.
Hope documented. The maple leaf turning gold as the season shifts, the dandelion seeds in the breeze, the last ripe apple left on the tree as the chill of winter whispers through the bare branches. These traces of hope giving way to a deep and ever-present peace.
They know that this life is a fragile one.
They know that not every day is a giddy leaf throwing October celebration, but that each day is worth mustering up courage to fight for the good.