Recently we were finishing up the edit for the Peru mission promo and we had not been able to use all our footage of roasting coffee beans over an open fire. Every time I get a taste of coffee I am reminded of that Peruvian coffee, so on a snowy Colorado day Stacie and I decided to do something about it. Also, my beard was about as big as it was ever going to get- I cut my hair for the Amish film shoot earlier this week and now my beard has been trimmed within centimeters of its life- and we thought it would be good to record my beard growing skills for future generations before I cut it.
So here it is. A Taste of Coffee, wherein I make the astute observation that coffee freshly roasted and ground in Peru tastes better than coffee grounds in a tinfoil bag in Colorado. I also draw some parallels between the taste of coffee and other, more important, issues of life.
Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him! – Psalms 34:8