Christian Tech Startup JESUSLIGHT is Bringing a New Smart Light to Family Crisis

Christian tech startup, JESUSLIGHT is bringing a new smart light to the market to help families in crisis.

November 19, 2019 / / —

Christian tech social enterprise, JESUSLIGHT is delighted to confirm the release of its first product: a touch, voice and mobile controlled light in the shape of a cross.

In the run-up to the holidays, with events like Black Friday looming, JESUSLIGHT is embarking on a mission to join forces with non-profit organisations to support individuals and families who have been affected by domestic abuse, homelessness, mental health disorders and issues related to social injustice. The first product in the JESUSLIGHT range is designed to celebrate the true meaning of the festive period, the creation of a new family.

The innovative team at JESUSLIGHT has been working on an idea to connect young people with the teachings of Jesus for two years, resulting in the development of a unique cross-shaped smart light. The light, which features 98 LEDs, is designed to encourage owners to wake up, celebrate the start of a new day, praise and then rest.

JESUSLIGHT smart light features
JESUSLIGHT’s new smart light is like no other lamp on the market. It has a dual purpose, offering a practical solution at the same time as providing a connection with Jesus and the wider community. With this light, it is possible to use the voice, touch keys and a smartphone app to control light effects and brightness, add a musical soundtrack and even submit and share prayers to a global community. The light illuminates the room, but the team is hoping that it also provides comfort, support, reassurance and a feeling that nobody is alone.

Talking about their groundbreaking product, the founders of JESUSLIGHT, Filvent and Christian said, “Many people are unaware of Jesus’ everyday practical teachings. From parenting to equality or social justice, His wisdom has never been so needed to help us recalibrate our present. Jesus’ actions and teachings exist so we learn to live with an inclusive light, inspired by love and grace. Our Company will do just that by putting practical spirituality under the spotlight.”

Preorder from November 25th
Preorder will be available from Indiegogo from November 25th to December 25th, with delivery estimated by June 2020.

JESUSLIGHT was founded by Melbourne University students, Christian Legorreta and Filvent Rimbun. In 2017, a conversation in the couple’s kitchen inspired the establishment of a social enterprise that used the symbol of light to bring families together, to provide hope and reassurance for those dealing with crises and to encourage people to connect with the teachings of Jesus. The name JESUSLIGHT and the tagline ‘The light that leads to life’ come from the book of John 8:12. The smart light is the venture’s first product and profits will go towards supporting non-profits helping to rebuild families in crisis.

Anyone who would like to find out more about JESUSLIGHT and their innovative new smart light is encouraged to make use of the following contact details:
Company name: JESUSLIGHT
Press contact name: Christian Legorreta
Press contact address: 117/63 Dorcas St, South Melbourne VIC 3202 Australia
Press contact number: +61422200081
Press contact email:

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Name: Christian Legorreta
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Organization: JESUSLIGHT
Address: 117/63 Dorcas St, South Melbourne VIC 3202 Australia
Phone: +61422200081


Release ID: 88934901

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