How Nohelia Became Farm Manager

How Nohelia Became Farm Manager

January 24, 2023

As the youngest of seven siblings, Nohelia comes from humble beginnings. Her father was physically abusive to her mother, and when she was quite young, her parents separated. As a result, Nohelia and her siblings were raised by her single mother and her maternal grandmother.

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Trinidad's Job Creates a Ripple Effect for Her Six Daughters

Trinidad's Job Creates a Ripple Effect for Her Six Daughters

July 28, 2022

Trinidad is the youngest of 13 children and one of only two siblings who had the opportunity to attend primary school. Her first major accomplishment in life came at age eight when she got her first pair of shoes! This milestone afforded her many more opportunities in the years to come.

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Maria del Carmen: The Warrior Woman

Maria del Carmen: The Warrior Woman

May 12, 2022

Maria del Carmen's first dream in life came true at 12 years old when she got her first ever pair of shoes. Raised by loving but deeply impoverished parents, she never had an opportunity for an education and began trekking five hours daily with her siblings to try to sell eggs or corn and hopefully be able to survive to the next day.

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Mariela's Dedication Pays Off

Mariela's Dedication Pays Off

May 12, 2022

With much sacrifice, Mariela obtained her high school degree and has managed to continue studying at the university. Thanks to her work at San Lazaro, she is currently achieving her dream of studying law so she can care for those most in need.

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The Last Day of Picking

The Last Day of Picking

March 11, 2022

Two weeks ago, our farmers picked the last coffee cherries of the season. With the blessing of an abundant harvest, our plants produced more fruit than ever before. In the year ahead, we will all benefit from the Honduran team's hard work as we enjoy their amazing coffee.

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It's our Birthday, Sweet 16!

It's our Birthday, Sweet 16!

June 29, 2020 1 Comment

16 years ago this week, June 29, 2004, San Lazaro Coffee was born.  Our founder, Jarrod Brown, was a very young missionary that for some reason had this crazy idea that gainful employment, specifically for women, would do more to transform a life, now and for eternity, than giving things away.

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"Our coffee will never survive this fire"

April 22, 2020 1 Comment

I awoke in the early morning hours of Monday, April 13 with a deeply troubled spirit. When I heard from our leadership in Honduras I quickly learned why. The San Lázaro Coffee farm, high in the La Botija mountains, was on fire.

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Fortunes of the Land Restored

Fortunes of the Land Restored

April 14, 2020 2 Comments

We thank God that not a single person was injured, not a single structure was lost,  and all of our coffee was spared.  It was literally as if there was a wall around our coffee, the fire came right to the edge of the fields and didn’t cross over.  Nor did the old tress that shade our coffee get burned.  We don’t have an explanation, other than God protected this business that is doing so much to transform lives now, and for eternity, on this mountain. 

Coffee trees in our region bloom once a year, in mid to late April.  For only about 24 hours the mountain looks almost as if it has snowed and then quickly it starts to go away.  And almost like a sign from God, the bloom started on much of our farm yesterday.  These coffee plants remind me of how God can make all things new, as it says in Jeremiah 33:11 “For I will restore the fortunes of the land as they were before,’ says the Lord.”

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How much do you know about coffee?

How much do you know about coffee?

March 25, 2020

How much do you know about coffee, really?  You drink it every day so maybe it's about time to get more intimately acquainted.

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How to Brew Coffee in a Moka Pot

How to Brew Coffee in a Moka Pot

March 12, 2020

What exactly is a Moka pot?  Don't know how to brew coffee in one?  No problem, we'll take you through the process, one step at a time.

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