The story behind the believe rock

The story behind the believe rock

Lots of people have been asking what that item is that I am holding up in front of the state signs.

It is a clear rock with a cross and the word “believe” and it was given to us by our second Mom in Phoenix. Someone had given it to her when her youngest son died tragically in a construction accident and she needed to believe. The one-year anniversary of his death is actually today.

I have been carrying the rock in my pocket since Maine and it is a reminder that God is with us every step of the way and that you have to believe to get to Georgia. I haven’t asked our “Mom” yet, but we would like to leave the rock at Springer Mtn in GA for another hiker to carry and use for inspiration.

2 responses to “The story behind the believe rock”

  1. Sara says:

    GREAT post… thoughts go to "mom" today! just cannot believe that you are over half way done! Don't go too fast… enjoy it, enjoy it, enjoy it! I must say that I liked Justin's mom's comment… Justin did look pretty natural!

  2. Anonymous says:

    We believe in you guys! ~SILadventure & DocDoc

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