Friday, November 30, 2012

Hope Coffee for Christmas

Ahh, the smell of fresh cut pine (well, pine that was cut somewhere in Canada, or perhaps Michigan, and arrived at your local supermarket recently). We set up our tree today, a bit late according to the majority of our neighbors, who already have trees up and decorated.

 Another great smell...fresh brewed coffee! Check below for info on Hope Coffee.  
HOPE Coffee - Drinking Coffee Changes Lives!

Giving with a Purpose

HOPE Coffee Gift BoxThe people of El Nisporo, Honduras carry on a Lenca Indian tradition. Men cultivate and harvest the tule reed in fields around their village. Then the women take over, preparing and weaving the tule. Preparing the reed for weaving is an involved process requiring several days to complete. Originally, tule was used to weave sleeping mats called petates, but now a variety of products are woven using the same traditional techniques. We asked these women to create a coffee gift box from the tule reed which we purchase to help provide valuable income for their families. When you buy a HOPE Coffee gift box made from this tule reed, the profits from your purchase go directly into building homes for Honduran families in need through our local churches. It's a gift that keeps on giving! Purchase a Coffee Gift Box today and join the COFFEE BOX STORY. Download the poster and share it with your friends.

Lives Impacted

Aulalia, a widowed believer, has lived in a stick and mud home with her five children. A few weeks ago, however, her home flooded with the heavy rains in Honduras. The local pastor stepped in and began to help build a new home for her family. The roofing was donated and HOPE Coffee was able to help by providing funds to hire workers to build the walls and pour the floor. What a great way to show the love of Christ. Since the local church had no physical building in which to meet, this new building project will meet this need as well. Aulalia's new house includes an extended porch on which the local church plant will meet each Sunday. In addition to this physical blessing, a spiritual blessing came through the ministry of this local church a week before the flooding when three of Aulalia's kids trusted Christ! Watch their story on
HOPE Coffee - 2012 Year End Impact Report - Thank you!

Stories of Lives Changing - 2012 Impact

Your choice of drinking HOPE Coffee has enabled the local church in Honduras to have an impact in the lives of many people throughout several communities. Read their stories in the 2012 Impact Report and be encouraged by how God is working through the ministry of HOPE Coffee. Thank you for joining our mission of missions by purchasing HOPE Coffee.

Spend $39 and get FREE Shipping

God has blessed HOPE Coffee this year. In the spirit of Thanksgiving to our Owner, we are passing on our gratitude to you for purchasing HOPE Coffee throughout the year. As a year-end gift to you, we are offering FREE SHIPPING when you spend $39 or more* on any products on our website by using the coupon code HopeCoffeeChangesLives*. Thank you for purchasing HOPE Coffee and sharing it with your friends and churches! *Coupon code expires December 17th, 2012 and cannot be combined with any other coupon code or discount.
HOPE Coffee Tumblers

Limited Supply - HOPE Coffee Tumbler

HOPE Coffee is offering a limited supply of stainless steel coffee tumblers that are dually branded HOPE Coffee and Camino Global (our parent non-profit missionary agency that focuses on discipling Latins around the world). Buy one today for yourself or for someone special.
HOPE Coffee T-Shirt Survey

Help us choose our next t-shirt color!

We want your help in selecting the 2013 HOPE Coffee t-shirt color. In the past we have had green, brown and blue. You can view these past colors on our website store. Pick your favorite one or suggest a new color combination for the 2013 model. Take the HOPE Coffee T-Shirt Survey!

Camino GlobalHOPE Coffee, a ministry of Camino Global, partners with Camino Global missionaries in Honduras who are helping the Honduran church with servant-evangelism projects. You can learn more by visiting:

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