Coffee Helps You Live Longer

By Justin Hopkins | Jun 3, 2019

A new analysis of research involving 3.8 million subjects scattered around the globe suggests that moderate coffee consumption can extend life-expectancy and greatly reduces risk in several common causes of death. Specifically, they found that coffee drinkers were 15% less likely to die from any cause when drinking 3.5 cups per day, 17% less likely…

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Why Are You Seeking Him?

By Justin Hopkins | Jun 3, 2019

After Jesus fed the multitude He went with His disciples to the other side of the Sea of Galilee during the night. The following day the crowds returned to the place where He had been, and upon discovering that He was gone, many of them climbed into boats and followed Him to the other side.…

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Hand Crafted Coffee Mugs!

By Justin Hopkins | Jun 3, 2019

Jeremy Sprouse, who preaches for the church of Christ in Dublin, Texas, is a very talented potter. He has designed and hand-crafted a series of unique coffee mugs for Epic Coffee. Each mug is unique, and every penny of the sales price helps to support preachers of the Gospel! I’m excited to be able to…

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Great Things In Uganda

By Justin Hopkins | Jun 3, 2019

My trip to Uganda was moved up to May due to Airline pricing. So, that affected my roast schedule slightly. Thank you for your patience in that regard. I was privileged to stay in the home of Enosi, a preacher in the village of Kyabikuha, and an instructor at the Rwenzori School of Preaching. I…

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Is Coffee Essential For Survival?

By Justin Hopkins | May 26, 2019

The Swiss are known for many things: Banks, cheese, knives, and of course their flag is a big plus. One of the hallmarks of the nation since World War 1 has been preparedness. The Swiss government has had a standing mandate to maintain large stockpiles of essential supplies in preparation for the event of war…

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Worker Spotlight

By Justin Hopkins | May 13, 2019

Brother Ezekiel Mwambogolo is the farm manager at Chimala, Tanzania. He has spent the last six months working and learning alongside Gage, and is already doing a great job taking over managing of the entire farming operation there as Gage prepares to return to the United States. He is a native of Chimala, and has…

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2018 SCA Coffee Report

By Justin Hopkins | May 12, 2019

The Specialty Coffee association has released their 2018 coffee report, showing the latest trends in how Americans like to drink their coffee. Most coffee shop business falls between the hours of 8 AM and 3 PM, with lattes and drip coffee being the most popular morning drinks, and iced or blended coffee drinks being the…

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Talawanda School of Preaching Update

By Justin Hopkins | May 7, 2019

The start of this month saw Lee Wright and Greg Surles in Tanzania for the official start of classes at Talawanda! Lee taught a short course on principles of Christian living. Toward the end of the month the director of the school, Gasper Wissibo, was able to visit Gage at the Chimala mission for additional…

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Rwenzori School of Preaching Update

By Justin Hopkins | May 6, 2019

During the month of April, the students started the second quarter of the school year. Their studies are going well. Their evangelistic efforts have born much fruit. 61 Bible studies were conducted, resulting in four baptisms and four restorations. During the first quarter there was a congregation of the denomination known as “the Brethren” that…

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