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LIFE-LINE WORLDWIDE & I AM SECOND SOUTH AFRICA MISSIONS TRIP

AFRICA TRIP JOURNAL 2014: THROUGH THE EYES OF J.HOLLIS

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AFRICA MISSION TRIP JOURNAL: JUNE 2ND-13TH 2014

JUNE 2ND:
So the journey began driving to meet Greg Davidson (CFO) at Central South Distribution offices. We headed to the airport to get on a plane to Atlanta, GA and then sixteen hours direct to Johannesburg, South Africa. On the way to Atlanta I sat next to a girl named Morgan Kopitzke who works in the music business as well as an entrepreneur in health products. She also leads worship at her church and her Uncle plays keys for Peter Cetera as well as several other well-known artists. How cool is that? After the quick thirty-minute flight to Atlanta we headed out to our flight to Africa. When I sat down the girl sitting next to me was headed to Mozambique to study to train disciples which was awesome how God would place me on two flights with spiritual connections! Surprisingly, the flight went rather quickly after watching a few movies, reading a book, listening to some new music on my ipod, and falling fast asleep to awaken to breakfast being served and only 2 hours left.

LIFE-LINE WORLDWIDE GOES TO AFRICA JUNE 2ND-13TH 2014!!

llww-new-webimage001 (2)Nashville, TN-Music Business veteran, missions minister, and owner of Life-Line Worldwide, Jason Hollis is heading back to Africa for a trip that is going to be nothing less than epic!  “This trip we will be doing something revolutionary, we are partnering with some amazing ministries and businessmen from Africa Vision Foundation, Central South Distribution, Long Miles Coffee Project, Soli Deo Ventures and more.  What is happening is we are beginning a process to distribute coffee to America to retail stores, churches, coffee houses, or anywhere we can get this amazing product out to coffee fanatics!   The other side of this amazing venture is that we want to give a huge amount of money back to the countries where we source the coffee because for far too long farmers have been paid very little to support their families.  We want to create a new business model so that the people of Africa become self-sustainable and are paid well for their work” says Jason Hollis.  On the ground the team will go to the farms and see from crop to cup the entrire process of making the coffee including seeing the washing stations and the planting of the trees themselves.  This will be a new way of mixing ministry, business, and distribution for the coming generations.

AFRICA TRIP JOURNAL: JULY 25TH-AUGUST 13TH 2011

AFRICA MISSION TRIP JOURNAL: JULY 25TH-AUGUST 13TH 2011