'Faith over fear': Maconites building crosses to inspire faith amid pandemic
Courtesy: Paige Davidson Garvin

MACON, Ga. -- A Macon family has started a movement to encourage others through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Paige Garvin says her family was inspired by a #faithoverfear post on social media. Her husband and three sons began making crosses to sell, which the family says will go towards new supplies and donations for community causes. 

"All proceeds that we make will go towards we will give back to the community whether that will be just a tip to someone working at the grocery store or at a restaurant just those who are still working during COVID," said son Marshall Garvin. 

Crosses have already been delivered throughout Macon, leading others to join the Garvins to help build and continue delivering them. 

To order a cross or find out how to help, you can message Chad's Custom Creations

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