Mathew 16:15


I was visiting Canada and saw a lamp that a friend had given to my dad. I liked it a lot, it was made of bronze. One night, while we were in the backyard, my dad turned on the lamp. I began to think about the light, about how Christ is the Light of the world, but at the same time challenges us to shine as lights. I thought of Him as a Lighthouse that guides and encourages with its light. The Light of Christ brings us Hope. From there comes the name Faro de Esperanza (Lighthouse of Hope).
Tim Horne

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