Pascual P. Torres (Cortés, Honduras)
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He ran to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him. - Luke 15:20 (NIV)
In our HIV/AIDS clinic, we maintain a rose garden to honor the patients we serve. We grow red roses as a sign of love and solidarity, and white roses in memory of those who have fallen victim to this pandemic disease.
One day I found, to my dismay, that someone...
No life is too broken for God to make it new.
someone living with HIV/AIDS
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Emmaus helped me laugh again, and it brought joy back to my life after the loss of my child. I am now stronger than ever in my walk with the Lord. And to this day, I continue to sponsor pilgrims to The Walk to Emmaus. In my local church, I have led our discipleship team and have had the opportunity to start new Sunday school classes and various women’s ministries. ¡De Colores!”