A Mother’s Love, a Son’s Incredible Talent, and a Faith That Moved Mountains: Zoro!

When stars align it’s hard not to see God’s hand in it. For world class percussionist, Zoro, it’s hard not to see his mother as the gift that kept on giving. How does a young boy of a single mother of seven children go from abject poverty to the highest ranks of musicians, performing with the likes of Lenny Kravitz,  Earth, Wind and Fire, and hob-knobbing with the Jackson Five? It’s a faith that moved mountains. It was also a mother’s love that believed in her children’s dreams. Like the unknown author said, “Mothers hold their children’s hands for a while… their hearts forever.” On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Zoro talks about his rise in the music world, his faith, and his new book, “Maria’s Scarf: a Memoir of a Mother’s Love, a Son’s Perseverance, and Dreaming Big.” Christian minister, pastor, evangelist, and now author Zoro seems to have no limits to what is possible to achieve. With faith and his mother’s orange scarf, Zoro lived out her prophecy of doing something fantazmical!