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FRONT PAGE  |  2/28/2021
Choice News SATURDAY, JUN 20, 2020  |  6 comments
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Pearl Mountain Coffee, 100% Profits to Mission
Attention everyone,

Fourth Shipment Update 10/30/20 | We're excited to announce that a fourth shipment of freshly roasted coffee beans has arrived and is available immediately for orders. We would encourage you to re-stock on your supply and enjoy the smooth flavor of Haitian Blue Bean while 100% supporting the mission work in Haiti.

Note: We can only ship to US addresses at this time.

We are very excited to announce the launch of Pearl Mountain Coffee, SermonAudio’s own brand of gourmet coffee that we created in order to help support the mission work of Tony Jones in the mountains of Haiti. Haiti is ranked as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and has suffered relentless devastation from earthquakes, hurricanes, disease, and political unrest.

In 2018, I personally had the opportunity of visiting Tony in Haiti and saw for myself the incredible challenge he is faced with—both physically and spiritually. It was probably one of the most difficult places I have ever visited. Armed with my Sony A7III camera and Mavic Air drone, we traveled up together over some dangerous yet breathtaking mountain ridges to a remote region where Tony ministers to the unreached people there.


These people live in the clouds. Incredible.

Please take a few moments to visit our new website and watch the resulting 7-minute video from that visit. I believe it will be an encouragement and inspiration to you.

www.pearlmountaincoffee.com

Giving up a lucrative custom log-home business in the Toronto area, Tony sold everything that he had and followed the Lord in 2006 to one of the most difficult fields you can imagine. He has used his business acumen to support himself in the coffee enterprise with varying success.

During my brief time in Haiti, I was greatly affected by the heart and sacrifice of this lonely missionary. Upon returning home, I shared the burden of the work with our talented team of designers and developers and we set out to create a new coffee name, a new logo, a new brand with an attractive package design to put our best foot forward in sharing this compelling story.


1. Our first staff discussion. 2. Some rough, initial package designs. 3. 3D models.


Brainstorming to come up with a new name is harder than you might think.


Once we settled on a name, it was time to settle on a logo.

So, we present to you Pearl Mountain Coffee, the culmination of over a year of effort and planning. And we hope you will enjoy the story, the coffee, and the blessing of knowing that your purchase directly supports the work of Tony Jones in Haiti.

Instead of relying on donations only to be handed out in a self-perpetuating begging society, Pearl Mountain Coffee helps to create an economy of Biblical enterprise through honest labor in a sustainable program. This enables Tony to do the work of the ministry while at the same time helping the families of the church directly.

100% of the profits go directly to the Mission.

Purchase Pearl Mountain Coffee directly from our Online Store!

Note: We can only ship to US addresses at this time.

“My Pearl Mountain Coffee (Haitian Mountain Blue) arrived today, whole bean. Aromatic. It looks like a medium roast. I ground one cup's worth by hand with a burr grinder, brewed it in an AeroPress (a favorite method). Verdict: a fine, smooth cup of joe. Not surprisingly, it reminds me of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee I had years ago that was selling for about $50/pound and considered by some the finest in the world. It is not odd in any way; it's just good. This is how coffee is supposed to taste!”
-- D. Scott Meadows, Pastor
Calvary Baptist Church (Reformed)

I would ask that you prayerfully consider inviting this dear brother to your church to allow him to share his testimony and call to Haiti for himself. Tony recently gave an abbreviated testimony at The Foundations Conference in NYC in 2019:

Sincerely,

Steven Lee
Founder, SermonAudio


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News Item12/23/2020 9:38 AM
Mr. Coffee | NC, USA  Find all comments by Mr. Coffee
I've committed myself to drinking this coffee in order to support the Haiti ministry. I go through about one bag per week and typically order in bulk.

For the most part, I've enjoyed the coffee, but I would like to provide some feedback for future improvement:

1. The bags are hard to open and always end up ripping on me.

2. The piece of tape meant to re-seal the bag also rips the bag a pulls up so much paper it is unusable for sealing the bag.

3. Most of the time, the taste of the coffee is superb (as good as any coffee I've had)! About one out of six bags is, I'm not sure how to describe it, but to say "sour"? After brewed, the coffee tastes like it was brewed with green tree bark in it or something. The whole bag tastes like this, and then it's back to a normal (good) taste when I open the next bag.

Since the packaging already has some issues, maybe the poor taste is coming from a micro-puncture in the bag that causes the coffee to go stale? I'm not a coffee expert, so I'm not sure.

I'm 100% behind this effort and plan to continue buying, I'm just hoping you'll consider this feedback in the interest of a better future product.

Thanks, and God bless!

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News Item12/22/2020 1:59 PM
Serge JACMEL | Haiti, south east  Contact via emailFind all comments by Serge JACMEL
Way to go, Pearl Mountain!
This enterprise is a real encouragement to me as I am myself ministering in the countryside in the mountain also, and as I am part of little organisation that grows coffee and other vegetables!
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News Item12/30/19 2:54 PM
Just a Guy | Mississippi  Find all comments by Just a Guy
I don't like any hot drinks (other than opposum broth)...

But "Haitian Blue Bean" sounds pretty good...

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News Item12/30/19 11:23 AM
Joel | Pensacola  Find all comments by Joel
I love coffee but have quit due to certain side effects.
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News Item9/6/19 1:01 AM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
This is an intreging approach to missions, addressing the physical as well as the spiritual needs of a community by creating an industry. Perhaps this model can be shared and used here in the US, rather than turning the poor over to governmnet social workers and turning deacons into their assistants as Tim Keller has suggested for decades?
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News Item9/5/19 5:01 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well as WebMD put it:
Neil Osterweil wrote:
Say it’s so, Joe: The potential health benefits -- and drawbacks –- of coffee.

Coffee may taste good and get you going in the morning, but what will it do for your health?

A growing body of research shows that coffee drinkers, compared to nondrinkers, are:

• less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia
• have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and strokes

"There is certainly much more good news than bad news, in terms of coffee and health,” says Frank Hu, MD, MPH, PhD, nutrition and epidemiology professor at the Harvard School of Public Health....

excerpt from, "Coffee and Your Health"

https://tinyurl.com/y9pjqsam

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