the strarbucks experience…

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one of the principles that makes starbucks great is that the employees remember specifics about the people that frequent the store. its more than a cup of coffee…people have names and specific orders. take my local strbucks…I have been there probably 15 times and i order a venti 1 raw sugar caramel machiato. tonight after the mens service at calvary i stopped in for my usual and the minute i walked in the door the barista said I need a venti 1 raw sugar caramel machiato…for al. now I felt special and more than just another consumer. that feeling when I left starbucks was a good one! I had a good experience…therefore i will be happy to return for more. calvary is all about the experience…its more than people…its lives with needs and desires. calvary delivers an experience each and every week! thats why people come back for more. what will you have today? how about…one big jesus full of grace and mercy that can handle anything! From the parking lot to the pew…calvary serves up Jesus! nothing else will satisfy! I love this place…

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3 thoughts on “the strarbucks experience…

  1. i usually get a vente mocha frappuccino.
    and it’s just glorious Starbucks came to Ormond.
    i stopped in just before leaving tonight for Lakeland.
    there is another book about Starbucks you might be interested in reading.
    it is called “The Gospel According to Starbucks: Living with a Grande Passion” by Leonard Sweet [no pun intended].

  2. the new Starbucks in Ormod is just glorious.
    i had the urge to stop in on my way to Lakeland last night.
    i ended up getting a vente mocha frappuccino, my usual.
    there is another book on Starbucks you may be interested in reading.
    “The Gospel According to Starbucks: Living with a Grande Passion” by Leonard Sweet [no pun intended].

  3. what a concept. is there a way to be more like this in ministry. we have our regulars that we get to know and talk to, but maybe we can take it a step further. As a leader, it would be cool to find a kid that’s only been a few times and really make them feel welcome, and important.

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