John Krause's grandmother didn't know what to do anymore. With John's father deceased and his mother a transient, the elderly woman had raised the boy from childhood in her Richmond, California, home. She did the best she could, but John still carried the weight of those early losses—burdens far too heavy for his slender shoulders.
There’s a little taste of Honduras in Skagit County, Washington. It’s called the Underground Coffee Project, a business run by a group of former prisoners who roast and sell an artisan blend of Honduran coffee beans.
It began as the vision of Bob Ekblad, who led in-prison Bible studies and built friendships with the men behind bars.