One of my favorite cups of coffee came straight from a tree in Jinotega, Nicaragua. Earlier this year, I spent several days in Central America, learning about the Lutheran World Relief Fair Trade Coffee Project. Though neither economics nor farming have been a personal forte, I suddenly found a surprising reason, as a Christian woman, to engage in the cultivation and sale of small brown coffee beans.
|Fair-trade coffee is processed and grown by Lutheran World Relief partners.|
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