It is with my most humbled heart that I come to you nominating, Camden Austin.
Camden holds so many dreams, so many hopes, and so much passion. Camden was diagnosed with serve autism and apraxia at the age of 2 1/2.
Camden is now 7, and is such a blessing to everyone he comes in contact with. He loves the outdoors, and has had the pleasure of riding an adaptive bike at school. Camden desires more than anything to join in with his sister, and friends riding bikes. This adaptive bike would help Camden be able to exercise more and build relationships with his peers. It would give him a sense of independence, which is something that he so desperately desires.
Camden deserves to climb this mountain, and ride a bike by himself, as he continues to define all odds.
As Christmas quickly approaches, I pray for this Christmas miracle, for Camden. He is a child that is full of love and hope for all, even without words you will never feel more loved and treasured as you do when Camden sees you, hugs you, and kisses you.
Just like the vast raging sea, Camden is full of currents, he draws people near to him, he shows them how quietly the sea can roar and still praise the Lord.
Autism is only the water under Camden's feet. His story will continue to echo for years to come. This is the exact journey He was meant for. May this year end with joy and hope for you and yours!