The owner of a Christian coffee shop in Colorado says his business has been under intense heat from LGBTQ and communist protestors purportedly aiming to shut down the establishment. Jamie Sanchez, the founder of Recycle God’s Love, launched the Drip Cafe this year to further his mission of helping the homeless. “We are starting up [an effort] called Project Revive, and essentially it’s to take someone who’s struggling with homelessness and break all the chains that are holding them down,” he said. “As far as mental health, spiritual coaching, financial advice … getting a job, getting housing — everything you can think of.” The Drip Cafe coffee shop is an effort to offer employment to real jobs to those in the program to help in their recovery and growth. Sanchez said the goal is to work alongside the homeless so they can be mentored. But so far, the Drip Cafe has been under persistent protest, with people gathering outside, shouting, and taking aim at the fruits of the ministry’s labor. A statement affirming biblical sexuality on the website for Recycle God’s Love was reportedly a catalyst for the protest that began in June and hasn’t ceased. Sanchez said people assembling outside and taking to the internet have accused the organization of “hating gay people” and “spreading homophobia” — charges he denies. The coffee shop has been defaced and windows have been shattered throughout the ordeal. It’s the persistent shouts and protests outside, though, that have created real problems for the newfound business. Watch him tell his story.