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Flower Mountain Coffee

Every morning, as the sun peeks over the lush hills of Flower Mountain, Honduras, Roberto and his family begin their day with a deep sense of purpose. They walk through rows of coffee plants, tending to each one with care and precision, ensuring that the beans reach their full potential. The air is filled with the rich, earthy aroma of coffee blossoms, mingling with the sounds of nature waking up. Frontline Missions has joined with Roberto, investing in his Christian business which in turn hires the local Tolupan tribe. The Business As Mission concept of spreading the Gospel through local entrepreneurial projects is the brainchild of Neal Johnson from his book "Business As Mission". 

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The Tolupan families, who have become like extended family to Roberto and Frontline Missions, work alongside him, sharing stories and laughter as they pick the ripe, red cherries by hand. This close-knit community thrives on mutual respect and a shared Christian vision for a brighter future. Roberto's fair wage practices have not only improved the living conditions of the Tolupan but have also fostered a sense of pride and ownership in the work they do.

Flower Mountain Coffee is a testament to the power of community and the impact of ethical farming. Each cup of coffee brewed from these beans carries the essence of Roberto's dedication.

Frontline Missions leaders discuss financing and business goals with Roberto:

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2024 Landmark Team visit the Flower Mountain Coffee farm.

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If you know of any boutique or church coffee shops that would like to carry Flower Mountain Coffee,

please contact us at info@fmusa.org.

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