Our purpose behind this next batch of signs is to remind us to be thankful. The largest sign with the Greek word "Eucharisteo" appears in the passage in Luke where Jesus broke bread and gave thanks for it. It's a reminder that we need to be thankful, and its meaning goes beyond the typical Thanksgiving-decor feel. (And for all your language-loving friends out there: the Greek word for grace, "charis" and its root, "chara," meaning joy, are embedded in the word eucharisteo. Grace and joy are literally found in thanksgiving.)
The goal of Wild Cedar Co. is to bring attention to the powerful God that brings life to the wasteland (Isaiah 41:19, where our shop name comes from). And what better way than to decorate with little reminders of all we have to be thankful for--homes, family, times of celebration, and
pumpkin-spice everything fall!
The smaller signs are sort of mix and match--you could buy all the signs in that series, or you can get a few different ones!