EÔTÉ COFFEE — BLOG

Long Miles Coffee Project: Farmer Story

      EÔTE COFFEE first learned of LONG MILES COFFEE PROJECT this past fall.  We had heard great things about LMCP & anxiously waited samples.  In February, we were about to cup the Kirehe Lot 5 and several other samples  It was worth the wait! We immediately fell in love with the Kirehe Lot 5. As good as the cup is, so is the LMCP story. Even though we have not met the Carson Family yet, we feel a connection & kindred spirit. On our next trip to Africa, we hope to make a stop off for a visit...

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EÔTÉ COFFEE Sighting in Kitgum, Uganda

EÔTÉ COFFEE "Strikin' the Pose"  Kitgum, Uganda. I had the privilege of spending three days in Uganda with Kent and his family in November of 2011. I got to see first hand what God is doing in Gulu and the surrounding area.  Kent and I share the same passion for coffee and a greater passion for spreading the Gospel Message. Kent's family has started three churches in "city settings".  Ten more have since been started in the villages. Kent and I are currently talking about ways to reach people in the coffee growing region of Uganda through the coffee industry....

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Medical Update from Due Unto Others

Here is the latest update from Due Unto Others on 3 of the children being served with serious medical conditions.  Please keep the children and their families in your prayers along with the doctors who are treating them.  You can subscribe to the Due Unto Others newsfeed on the link provided below: http://dueunto.blogspot.com/2012/04/mi-mulago-es-su-mulago.html

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EÔTÉ COFFEE

EÔTÉ (Ends of the Earth) Inspired by Acts 1:8, EÔTÉ COFFEE is a passion that had its beginnings on a trip to Albania in 2009.  I was traveling with a team that would spend the next 10 days preparing a home and staff for a girls' home called EAGLES WINGS.  On that trip, conversation began with a friend  about roasting fresh coffee.  I returned home, ordered a home roaster and began roasting. Word began to spread and I found myself roasting coffee for friends and family. In fact, I roasted so much coffee on that small roaster that I burned...

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