This quarantine has brought about more time for reading and studying both scripture and our historic church fathers. This post will provide detail on any step away from Reformed Theology April Fool’s! Stay safe, everyone!
The Coffee — As of late, I have been trying several roasts from Ethiopia. It has been great to try roasts from regions throughout Ethiopia and notice the similar flavor profiles. One that I have especially enjoyed lately is the “Ethiopian Limu Gera” from Kaldi’s Coffee, based here in St. Louis. The coffee has a … Continue reading A Primer on Limited Atonement-
The Coffee -- I recently checked out a coffee shop near my work called The Living Room. I tried a few of their coffees and was excited to purchase a bag of their house-roasted coffee and bring it home to brew for myself. I purchased their Ethiopian Roast. I have been brewing it in a … Continue reading Happy Reformation Day
The Coffee -- We are fast approaching my favorite season. The weather is cooling down, and the leaves will soon start changing colors. This provides great opportunities to sit outside and enjoy coffee with the fresh air. Something about the cool air compliments the warm coffee and creates the perfect atmosphere to relax and rest … Continue reading To the Modern Church: Look Backward
The Coffee - For the past week or so, I have been brewing up Green Gold Mountain Coffee with my coworker and friend, Andrew. He recently got back from his honeymoon to St. Lucia with his new wife Andrea and brought it back for us. I had the privilege of being in their wedding and … Continue reading The Lord’s Day
The Coffee - The coffee in my mug is from the Zambean Coffee Company. I picked this up from the grocery store by our guest house in Ndola, Zambia. It is a medium roast with low acidity. The coffee is not overly complex, the simple flavors complimented my day of rest recovering from the jet … Continue reading Zambia Trip Highlights
The Coffee: The coffee choice of the week is Cuvée Coffee's Emporium House blend. Cuvée is based in Austin, TX. They state that their house blend brings several single origin beans together to make up this roast. They bring these roasts together to make one harmonious roast that is bright and slightly sweet. This week, … Continue reading “Go and Make Disciples”