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Coffee on the Couch with Shofar Farms

Coffee on the Couch
Coffee on the Couch

Coffee On The Couch With Shofar Farms

Chris Lafreniere is a young man from Maine who loves journalism. He has been pursuing various aspects of journalism, recently adding the interviews of business owners.

Meet Chris LaFreniere, the passionate writer and curator of ‘Coffee on the Couch.’ What started as a simple blog in 2016 has evolved into an exploration of the captivating crossroads where Christianity and politics intersect. With a deep belief that understanding this nexus holds the key to our complex society, Chris invites you to break free from conventional perspectives and join him on this intellectual journey. Whether you’re a fellow believer eager to bridge the gap between faith and politics or a curious soul seeking engaging discussions, there’s a seat waiting just for you. Subscribe now and savor the blend of faith, politics, and countless enriching conversations at Coffee on the Couch. Cheers to faith, politics, and the many dialogues ahead!

Warmly, Chris LaFreniere, Freelance Writer and Curator of Coffee on the Couch.

Pizzas made by Shofar farms

Pizzas made by Shofar farms

He recently interviewed Shofar Farms.

Shofar farms:Shofar Farms emerges as a compelling guest for “Coffee on the Couch,” aligning seamlessly with the podcast’s focus on individuals and businesses that enrich the fabric of the community. Nestled on a sprawling 32-acre farm, Shofar Farms epitomizes the essence of homesteading, homeschooling, and family devotions. Their unique lifestyle captivates and resonates with the podcast’s demographic, offering a glimpse into a harmonious blend of rustic living and modern entrepreneurship. What sets Shofar Farms apart is their venture into the culinary realm, operating a pizza business that utilizes locally sourced produce and ingredients. This dynamic enterprise not only sustains their homesteading lifestyle but also fosters community engagement by promoting the use of regional resources. By featuring Shofar Farms on the podcast, listeners are treated to a captivating narrative that weaves together the intricacies of rural living, family values, and the entrepreneurial spirit, all set against the picturesque backdrop of their expansive farm.
Transcript excerpts:
“Join us as we explore fresh vegetables, Icelandic sheep, artisan pizzas, and much more.All served with genuine hospitality.
 
It’s a blend of life, learning, and love.”
 
“Our ministry, the Shofar Farms.
 
 
The homesteading business and the pizza business is what allows us to homeschool because if I was working a 9-5 job 40-50 hours a week and Glenn was too, we’d never see each other, and we’d never see the kids.
 
Homesteading: w/ Chickens.

Homesteading: w/ Chickens.

That’s what allows us to achieve that goal.”

“Can you share some of the diverse offerings you have at Shofar Farms, from fresh vegetables to livestock and authentic pizzas?
 
 
Sure, we have a very large raspberry patch um that we uh pick the raspberries we sell them to other local businesses like the pie ladies bakery, and we also invite people to come you pick we have vegetables seasonally we have the sheep um we can sell their wool, and we can also sell the lambs the animals if people are interested in raising sheep.
 
 
We have chickens, we have eggs when they’re available, and we can offer farm tours by appointment.”
 
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Coffee on the Couch

Coffee on the Couch

Join us on ‘Coffee on the Couch’ for lively conversations with everyday heroes, entrepreneurs, and inspiring individuals. Get ready to be uplifted, empowered, and inspired as we chat about life’s challenges and triumphs over a virtual cup of coffee.

Chris is a freelance writer living in Maine. He is a Christian who likes to see the value of faith and in life.

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Chris LaFreniere

Chris LaFreniere

 From an early age, Chris LaFreniere became interested in the written word, as well as finding his voice. He was quite regularly told by teachers, both in a positive way as well as a negative way, that his style of writing was akin to the way he thought. In one encounter with a teacher, she advised him that he should go into journalism because she believed he would do well.

Chris has been writing for close to a decade now, starting off as simply a way to get his views and opinions out via a blog, which over time has morphed into a more polished style as well as a new arena. One of which some individuals have referred to as “citizen journalism.” Writing is a passion for Chris and a place where he truly believes he’s found his voice. He also presently works as a copywriter.