“Within a shrouded New Zealand forest, a tree stump keeps itself alive by holding onto the roots of its neighboring trees, exchanging water and resources through the grafted root system.” Though the remnant stump appears dead, a grafting of roots underground connect the part that looks dead to the healthy trees (“A Tree Stump That Should Be Dead Is Still Alive; Here’s Why,” iScience, July 25, 2019, reprinted in Science Daily, During times of significant change or stress, we can find solace and sustenance by remaining connected to the body of Christ.