Contributed by James Snyder on Jan 23, 2021
I must soberly confess that I have throughout my life given in to habits and rituals. I don't like saying that, but it is the truth. At this point, I don't know the difference between a habit and a ritual.
One ritual I have is when I get up in the morning, the first thing I do is have a
Contributed by Larry Wilson on Sep 2, 2011
DRINKING COFFEE AND TALKING
One evening a man and his wife called another couple to see what they were doing. "Oh," said the other wife, "we're just drinking coffee and talking."
As she hung up the phone, she demanded, "Why don't we ever do that? They're just drinking coffee and talking."
Contributed by Susan Blader on Aug 18, 2007
The Coffee Pot at Cana
Mae Fortson relays the story of her church coffee pot. Whoever drank the last cup would often fail to replenish the pot for the next person.
The secretary wanted to motivate her staff to be more responsible, so she taped a neatly-typed plea to the pot. It read: “If
Contributed by Joel Santos on May 9, 2006
CARROTS, EGGS OR COFFEE
A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed as though just as one problem was solved, a new one
Contributed by Jim Kane on Mar 10, 2002
WHY THEY SERVE COFFEE
Some of the most humorous and enlightening moments in our lives center around eating and drinking.
Take for instance the interaction between a pastor and young boy in a certain congregation. It seems this particular congregation loved good fellowship and always served
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 25, 2002
A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE
This little grandmother was surprised by her 7 year old grandson one morning. He had made her coffee. She drank what was the worst cup of coffee in her life. When she got to the bottom there were three of those little green army men in the cup. She said, "Honey, what are the
Contributed by Mike Leiter on Jan 15, 2003
POTATO, EGG, OR COFFEE?
Once upon a time a daughter complained to her father that her life was miserable and that she didn’t know how she was going to make it. She was tired of fighting and struggling all the time. It seemed just as one problem was solved, another one soon followed.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 25, 2014
My pet finch Coffee runs into a serious problem once in a while. Her claws grow so long she loses the ability to control them. They get stuck in the nest and she can’t get them out. Once we found her nearly dead, hanging for hours upside down with one claw ensnared in her wicker home. Carol rescued
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
A goober goes to a restaurant, buys a coffee a sits down to drink it.
He looks on the side of his cup and finds a peal off prize. He pulls off the tab and yells, "I WON I WON I WON a motor home, I WON a motorhome"
The waitress runs over and says, "That’s impossible. The biggest prize given away
Contributed by Eric Ferguson on Jun 3, 2008
Mr. Coffee Gets His Mug Money
THIS COFFEE "MUG" WORTH $15.6 MILLION TO ITS OWNER
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to coffee, Russell Christoff is more of a fresh-brewed than a freeze-dried kind of guy. So he never scrutinized the Taster’s Choice label.
When he finally did, he was staring back
Contributed by Timothy Craver on Aug 11, 2008
DON'T SPLIT OVER COFFEE
Chuck Swindoll, in his book The Grace Awakening, writes of a church that had a vibrant ministry and was having a powerful impact on their community. But then, a disagreement began to form. While it seemed small and insignificant at first, it grew and grew until the
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 11, 2007
"Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups:
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 3, 2001
There were 3 preachers in a Barnie’s Coffee shop were discussing the time when life began. They each gave their opinion of when life begins.
One preacher said "Life begins when the child takes his/her first breath."
The other said "NO," then he finished, "It begins when the child is
Contributed by Louis Bartet on Jun 22, 2001
We dare not confine theology to seminary coffee shops where professors and students play mental badminton. It affects all of us. Some people lose their faith because of a sharp sense of disappointment with God. They expect God to act a certain way, and God "lets them down." Others may not lose
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 28, 2008
Golf pro Lee Trevino met a fan in a coffee shop. The woman asked him to sign a napkin, but Trevino refused, saying he knew she wouldnâ€™t keep it. â€œSo she pulled out a $5 bill,â€� Trevino recalled. He said, â€œI wrote a nice little note in the margin and signed it. Thanking me profusely, she
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Jul 6, 2009
I am free in Christ to drink any coffee that I want. But if I know that certain brands of coffee or tea have not be grown and bought in a responsible fashion then in my opinion I am abusing my freedom and am hindering my witness to those who have suffered from the injustice. I had a Starbuck’s
Listening--Two men were talking over coffee one day. One said: "I’m concerned about my wife. She talks to herself a lot these days." The other said: "Mine does too, but she doesn’t know it. She thinks I’m listening.”
Servanthood is an “acquired” taste for many. How many of you enjoy coffee? Of those that do, how many of you enjoyed coffee as a small child? The taste for coffee came with a maturing of your palate. For many Christians, a heart of servanthood
Contributed by Brian Lewis on Sep 25, 2008
A husband and wife were preparing to have breakfast when the wife asked, "why do I always have to make the coffee?"
The husband answered, "because you’re the wife; that’s your job."
The wife replied, "well, the Bible doesn’t say it’s the women’s job to make the coffee; it’s the man’s!"
Contributed by Eric Snyder on Oct 22, 2001
Tony Campolo tells a story of a homeless man who offered to share his coffee with Tony. Tony said the coffee must have been swimming with bacteria but he took a drink. Then he said “that’s very generous of you to share your coffee with me.” And the