From the Back Cover
ìCoffee and contemplation seem to go well together. As the coffee trickles into the pot, I pour my prayers onto the questions that lay heavy on my heart. Soon the pot is full and so is my heart. I donít mind that the answers I seek might not come. Contemplating the questions and spending time with my Lord is enough. He holds my hand and chats with me, giving me warm comfort in my cup all the while. Yes, it takes time to brew a good cup of coffee, but it is worth the wait.î
Take a brief coffee break and delight in these sixty caffeine-inspired devotions that promise an energizing boost to begin each morning. Louise Bergmann DuMontís true-life anecdotes, paired with scriptural applications, are the perfect devotional complement to your morning cup of java.
Whether itís musing over the ìfiltersî through which we view the world, lamenting the need for moderation in our desires and in espresso, or comparing shopping for the best cup of coffee to finding the perfect church experience, youíll find laughter, comfort, and encouragement to jump-start your busy day. Louise Bergmann DuMont is the facilitator of the North Jersey Christian Writerís Group, and her work has appeared in Moody, Harvest, and several other magazines and newspapers. Her Internet column ìCoffee And . . .