As everyone talked about present-day events, owner Arnetta Bradford took a few minutes to talk to the crowd, "I am excited to have the coffee today. I love doing events like this to hone in on the love that we have in the community and the way we all just show up for one another," Bradford said.
She went on to speak a little about her recent filing for election of Arkansas State Representative for District 88, "The decision came with an abundance of prayer. I'm one that has to follow the voice of God, when He puts something on my heart, I have to follow where He leads," Bradford said.
After speaking to the group, at many requests, Bradford wow'd the room with her mesmerizing voice in song.
Executive Director of the Hope Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce, Christy Burns said, "Hebrews 11 & 1 is a wonderful place. I love to come in to see Miss Arnetta's smiling face and grab one of her fresh coffees. The atmosphere is incredible and I am thankful, as always for another successful business in downtown Hope," Burns said.
It was another beautiful day for a community coffee in a place called Hope.