Pictured above is the Klein Curacao Lighthouse. This 66 ft. masonry tower was originally built in 1849 on an island about 7 miles southeast of Curacao. The tower was completely destroyed by a Hurricane in 1877. It was rebuilt in 1879 and then again in 1917. Today, all that is left of the Klein Curacao … More Even The Broken Can Shine!
Pictured above is one of the lighthouses in my collection. It is one of my favorites not only because it is decorated with a beach theme (I’m an island boy at heart), but because it was given to me by my middle son, Joshua, as a Father’s Day gift right before he moved out to … More Saving Starfish
“Let the promises of God shine on your problems.” -Corrie Ten Boom Whether you are a lighthouse aficionado like me, have read my previous devotions, or just have a general knowledge of lighthouses, you know that they were built to help guide vessels at sea and warn them against treacherous reefs or sandbanks. You probably … More In The Light of His Promises
Most of the Lighthouse paraphernalia in my home-office I have bought myself or received as gifts from friends, but the ones I treasure the most (replicas of actual lighthouses I have visited) have been given to me by the inspiration of my life, my wife Mari. This past Father’s Day, she gave me another special … More God’s Book of Lighthouses
A memorial is something designed to preserve the memory of a person or an event, as a monument or a holiday. Popular physical forms of memorials include landmark objects or art objects such as sculptures, statues or fountains, and even entire parks. Pictured above is the Murmansk Memorial Lighthouse. It is located on a hill … More A Daily Memorial
Once again I have set a goal to visit at least 6 lighthouses this year. Last week we traveled down to Virginia Beach, Va. to attend the commencement ceremony for my wife’s graduation from Regent University. Being able to celebrate her achievement and later drive just 20 minutes to visit Cape Henry was a nice … More Leaving A Mark