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    Anchor Crest: Thomas Vautrollier, a Huguenot refugee to England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The Latin phrase anchora spei means anchor of hope. Reaching down from heaven is a hand firmly gripping the anchor. I write to do the work of a ‘remembrancer’ because in the storms of our lives when our ship is swamped, with masts broken and sails torn, you and I both need to know how strong God’s grip is on us.Hold fast to our hope, the anchor of our soul.

  • Rebecca Salinas

    love the filigree frame and the anchor

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hope + anchor- I would love to have this made up with vinyl lettering