Jesus does not care about your latte.
Your frappuccino, cappuccino, or mocha, either. At least, he doesn’t care about the cup it is served in and whether it’s branded to praise him.
What Jesus would care about, based on his many preachings, teachings, and living out of the word, is the justice of that coffee. So, was it grown in a way that is kind to the earth? Were the people who farmed and harvested it treated humanely and paid decently? Are the servers earning a living wage with benefits that include health care and paid sick leave?
Is that jolt of caffeine unfairly costing our sisters, brothers, and shared home more than the price swiped from your iPhone?
As Christians, we are called to make choices that reinforce what we value. Do we really think our coffee cups matter more than how we treat one another?