I was totally unaware of the term “third wave coffee” until just a few minutes ago when I saw it mentioned on Twitter. So I looked it up, and lo and behold this is what I found…
The Third Wave of Coffee refers to a current movement to produce high-quality coffee, and consider coffee as an artisanal foodstuff, like wine, rather than a commodity, like wheat. This involves improvements at all stages of production, from improving coffee bean growing, harvesting, and processing, to stronger relationships between coffee growers and coffee traders and roasters, to higher quality and fresh roasting, at times called microroasting (by analogy with microbrew beer), to skilled brewing.
see full article here
Are you following Aaron Ivey on Twitter? You should be if you’re a Spur58 fan. Spur58 doesn’t technically exist anymore, but Bush (bass), Jimmy (guitars), and Aaron (lead vocals and keys) are still making music under Ivey’s name. Why the change? Well in part, because Spur officially ended when Ivey took a job at Austin Stone Community Church leading worship. None the less, the music making continues, and that’s good news if you like good music. Spur58 made some amazing music, wrote some of the most moving worship songs I’ve ever heard, and they rock hard! Check out studio updates on:
on Twitter at @aaronivey
There will be a debate on ABC’s Nightline on March 26th about the existence of Satan. The debate will feature Mars Hill Pastor, Mark Driscoll vs. known philosopher Deepak Chopra. This should prove extremely interesting. I’m planning on tuning in.
To get the latest updates about Mars Hill, Mark Driscoll, and theresurgence.com, follow @PastorMark on twitter.