More than a Coffee House, a Mission Field

I’m in another insurance class this week, with the state test tomorrow (prayers appreciated). In my absence to write a full article, please take two minutes and read this short, touching blog post about the simple power of human connection and gospel ministry between two unlikely people: a coffee house barista and her elderly regular customer. It’s a sweet story. Here’s an excerpt to whet your whistle:

A pivotal way to witness in the workplace is by reacting well when people treat us poorly. I experienced this firsthand with an elderly woman who was a regular at our café. Every evening, I struggled with serving her. She would come to get her latte and always seemed to be unhappy, displaying a constant scowl on her face. She barely spoke to us when she came in but only looked down, placed her order, and walked away without making eye contact. I soon realized God had placed a great opportunity right in front of me to make a difference and do what I could to put a smile on her face.


You can read the rest of it here.

Have a blessed week,