With the levels of acceptability of Christian faith, many companies have chosen to rather remain neutral than attached themselves to any Christian related matter in order to not lose customers.
However, few companies are determined to stick with the Christian faith no matter how challenging it might be, though instead of getting tough, it like the path is shine more and more until the perfect day.
Considering, from fast-food joint Chick-fil-A to craft store Hobby Lobby, these Christian businesses are on the forefront of not only providing stellar services, but also fully living out the gospel message.
Some even step it up by adding Bible verses and other Christina references on their products to keep the message across and inspire people.
The companies among many others include:
One of the most well-known brands to place scripture on its products is In-N-Out Burger. The fast food chain prints verses, including John 3:16 — a reference to one of the most popular verses in the New Testament — on the bottom of cups and wrappers.
The In-N-Out Bible verse is pretty inspiring, but not surprising, as the company has a rich faith history, as do many of the other companies who include scripture on their products. Deseret News has more:
Rich Snyder was a born-again Christian and the founder of the West Coast fresh burger company. Early on, Snyder decided to use his company to share his beliefs. The company has continued to do so ever since.
The Christian company has also included references to other scriptures, including Proverbs 24:16, which reads, “For though the righteous fall seven times, they rise again, but the wicked stumble when calamity strikes.”
Anyone opening a carton of Goldhen eggs (sold by Aldi stories) will notice something under the top cover: An inspiring Bible verse. Under each carton of eggs customers will find the text of Psalms 118:24. The scripture reads, “This is the Day which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.”
Aldi shoppers have said that the eggs are packaged by Rose Acre Farms, which also has the Bible verse prominently displayed on its website. The Aldi Reviewer reached out to the farm and received this backstory on the verse’s placement on cartons:
“The Bible verse came about on our cartons from our founder, David W. Rust, who held that verse special to him throughout his life. He had it placed on Rose Acre Farms egg cartons in 1980, where it has remained to this day! It has always garnered letters of sincere appreciation from customers all across the USA as a positive message of hope.”
Clothing brand Forever 21 was founded by Don and Jin Chang. The devout Christians moved to America from Korea in 1981 and proceeded to grow a clothing empire. What some might not realize, though, is that “John 3:16” is printed on the bottom of every bag.
That scripture reads, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
The Forever 21 Bible verse decision is yet another inspiring one to take into account as you do your shopping.
It seems In-N-Out Burger isn’t the only fast-food company to jump into the Bible verse mix. Cook-Out, a southern chain, also includes Bible verses on its products, according to Business Insider.
Cups and products include verses, and Christian music is played at some of its locations — something that creates what the Knoxville News Sentinel called an “uncommon Christian atmosphere.”
“In the family there’s a lot of Christian influence, and they grew up in the South. It just kind of seemed natural,” Allen Brooks, opening director at Cook-Out, told the outlet. “We’ve got scriptures on our cups and on the bags from the family scriptures that they like. It just kind of stood out to them.”
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