Cameron’s mountain men background emphasized liberty—the Liberty coin is a special symbol to embody that family trait. Cameron and his father’s wedding rings both have this coin as the centerpiece.
My family, most especially my mother, emphasized grace and compassion. Our family operates in consideration for one another and shows their love by showing up for each other in any way we can.
Over the years, we have come to realize that our family values are important, but they needed to be distinct from our roots and intentionally defined by our own new family that was made when we came together. In our family, we desired that everything we do be grounded in the Scriptures. So we shifted the definition of liberty and grace from our family legacies to one of our own, centered completely with the way God defines these ideas. That’s the reason for the name of our blog and the inspiration for our logo.
Since we married in 2013, we have been seeking to grow in our grace & knowledge as Christians and sought to develop our family vision and purpose with Christ at the center.
Together, we chose Galatians 5:13 as the verse for our marriage:
“For you, brethren, have been called to liberty; only do not use liberty as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.”
The end of the verse explains what we use our liberty for…loving one another. We strive to do that not only in our marriage, but with everyone we meet.
In His Love,
Cameron & Tracee