Tag Archives: Starbucks

Brian – Another Starbucks Story

He’d been sitting in the Starbucks for ages. A man with grey hair and a gentle, intelligent face. He had dirty, ratty clothes, but despite that, he seemed very clean and well-groomed. At least, he was very well-groomed for a … Continue reading

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Jay…Another Starbucks Story

  I can’t tell you exactly why I pulled out my Bible. Was I planning to read it a bit? Did I simply empty my bag on the table to get organized? Did I pull it out because I needed … Continue reading

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Peter-a Starbucks Story

It felt like we skipped spring this year, the late snows continuing to come… to dump on us, truth be told. So, you can imagine how refreshing it was when the warm sun finally did come, and when it came … Continue reading

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Living Imperfect-Consumerist Church

I have a young friend who is just amazing.  She’s not even able to drive a car yet, but her blog is insightful and remarkably well-written, for a writer of any age…but especially for someone so young.  I wanted to … Continue reading

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Questionable Logic, Starbucks, Boycotts and Obedience

I just read this article by Russell D. Moore, which I thought was fantastic about the nature of boycotts, and the question of boycotting Starbucks in particular.  The comments were also largely well thought out and worth reading as they … Continue reading

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