By Harry Ironside
By Harry Ironside
By Warren B. Smith 11 Booklets
By Warren B. Smith
By David Dombrowski
Organic, Healthful, Delicious, Inspirational This 6-tea bag pack makes...
Organic, Healthful, Delicious, Inspirational
A 1933 Classic. A little duck finds adventure on the Yangtze River when...
Andy meets a lion on the way to school and wins his friendship for life...
Full color board book for young children - based on 1 Corinthians 13
Full color board book for young children - based on the hymn.
A Classic Children's Book from 1941. Make Way for Ducklings is a...
By Robert McCloskey A 1952 sweet and wholesome classic for children by...
1.Make it for breakfast, snack or dessert with hot home-baked bread or muffins.
2.Give it as a hostess gift.
3.Add it to a gift basket (make it tea-themed!)
4.Host a tea party.
5.Gift it to a friend in the hospital.
6.Send it in a care package to a college student.
7.Drink it in lieu of coffee during your morning devotional.
8.Send some with a get well card or gift.
9.Make iced tea on a hot day.
10.Sooth allergies and throats with peppermint.
11.Give it as a pastor’s wife/family appreciation gift.
12.Create a “tea room” (or nook) for your devotional or prayer time.
13.Use leftover tea as mulch for potted plants, flower beds or vegetable gardens.
14.Donate boxes to a church food pantry, soup kitchen, homeless or women’s shelter, or orphanage kitchen.
15.Tell your mom how much you love her and thank her for her prayers.
16.Send a box to a teachers lounge at a Christian school.
17.Bless a nurses station at a hospital (make sure they have a staff kitchenette to store and prepare it).
18.Make up a homeschool lesson surrounding topics like “tea history, growing, manufacturing, entrepreneurship, business, and serving the Lord, with scriptural application.”
19.Serve hot tea in disposable cups to those who have to work out in the cold (husbands, neighbors shoveling the driveway or plowing snow).
20.Slip an individual bag into a greeting card with a warm message: “I found these excellent teas! Sorry I can’t be there. . . pull up a chair and enjoy these as if I am!”
21.Give it to extended family at Christmas time.
22.Ward off colds in winter.
23.Make “Red Chai” flavored ice-cream.
24.Investigate new recipes involving tea, or try mixing different fruit juices, spices, milks or honey.
25.If your church serves coffee before or after services, serve it in baskets or on platters with a hot water dispenser.
26.Serve it to your Sunday School or small group.
27.Set aside time to share the tea with your grandmother or other relatives, especially if they are home bound.
28.Donate it to veteran’s family support service locations or staff, such as Fischer Houses, or to Arlington Ladies.
29.Bring it on vacation to keep eyes on God as you and your family enjoy time away.
30.Make Shepherd’s “sweet tea” Popsicles.
31.Make it a conversation starter, and let the Lord lead you!