The former ‘Alaskan Bush People’ star is sending kind Easter vibes out to fans one week after his sobriety milestone.
“Peace and Jesus’s blessings to us all :),” Matt Brown posts to his official Instagram. The calming caption comes alongside an equally calming video Tuesday as Matt Brown continues to celebrate one full year of sobriety.
Brown’s simple outdoor footage captures a grass sprout swaying in the wind, before a leaf falls in slow motion. It’s a gentle sight common to Outsiders – but one we should never take for granted. And with the internet such a hostile place at times, there’s always room for kind, relaxing posts like this one.
Fans are rooting for Matt, as well. After years of struggling with substance abuse, legal troubles, and family affairs, ‘Alaskan Bush People’ viewers are hoping for the best.
“Yes! Thank You, Jesus! Amen!! Thanks for sharin’, @mattbrown511,” replies top commenter Pricilla.
“Do you actually know that you’re a very special person, dear Matty!?” fan Patricia follows. “While others carelessly walk paßt this little plant, you recognize the DIVINE MIRACLE in it ❤️ 😍 !!! I love that about you ❤️❤️ Thank you 🙏💕.”
“Thank you! I could really use it right now!” adds Instagram follower Jane.
Indeed, for ‘Alaskan Bush People’ fans, a little kindness goes a long way.
‘Alaskan Bush People’s Matt Brown Turns a New Leaf
As Matt Brown continues on his journey into sobriety, he’s become far more active on social media. Fans are, to say the least, loving seeing Matt show a positive, hopeful side. Recently, his posts focus on his Christian faith and connecting to followers through the divine.
“This is a little dove siting outside,” Matt’s previous post reads. “Jesus liked doves they are a peaceful bird and loving. Have a good day my friends,” he continued this past Thursday.
Within, his shot of the “bird of peace” overlooks his current place of residence. Prior to this, Brown updates followers on March 21, 2021 that he had hit 1 full year of sobriety.
“Yesterday, I hit a milestone: 1 year completely sober,” Matt said Sunday. “For the past three years I have been in sobriety.” He acknowledges that he’s “slipped three times,” within the post, before reminding fans to “never give up. Never surrender.”
Matt’s video statement on sobriety came as the first since the passing of ‘Alaskan Bush People’ patriarch and his father, Billy Brown, in February of 2021.