I have a few "go-to" mugs in my kitchen cupboard:
- There's the one I bought in Acadia National Park in Maine because it reminds me of our family's roots there that go back to the 1700's.
- Then there's the mug that I bought in the mountains of Colorado where I attended a men's retreat that taught me that the heart is central to life.
- Then there's the mug with signatures of friends I had coffee with daily at a coffee bar in Florida, who wrote their names in black marker around the sides of that mug, just before I moved a thousand miles away.
THE GOOD AND NOBLE HEART MUG:
"Your heart is your ally, not your enemy."
I designed this mug [ stein, and water bottle] for the GOOD AND NOBLE HEART community so that when you fill it with your favorite tea or morning coffee, or take the water bottle to the gym, you'll remember that Jesus did clean the inside of your cup; and that because of your new and noble goodness, your heart is no longer your enemy, but your ally.
A friend of mine once invited his friends to celebrate Communion by bringing in their favorite mug instead of those plastic juice thimbles so often used, and that changed Communion for that group forever.
Which mugs in your kitchen cupboard are your "go-to" mugs and why do they mean something to you?
Ordering the GOOD & NOBLE HEART mug [or stein, or stainless water bottle]:
You can order the mug or stein or water bottle at my storefront in Cafe Press [- a well-known printing company that will handle payment and shipping to you. After they factor-in their production costs, I receive a $2 to $3 royalty per item.]