Boycotts work best when you can narrow it down to one or two businesses.
It’s impractical to boycott the whole wide world of commerce.
That’s a problem for Christians who want to their dollars to walk the talk of their beliefs. The amoral, anti-Christian ethos penetrates our corporate/entertainment industries to such an extent that it’s almost impossible to pick just one.
The logical thing for us to do is to turn the whole question on its head. Instead of boycotting the bad, we need to go out of our way to support the good.
That’s why I was so glad when I found the following article which described five companies that bring their Christian faith to work.
I know Tyson Foods, Chick-Fil-A and Hobby Lobby. I’m going to check in to the others. If there’s anything the sell that’s on my “buy” list, they’ll get my trade. If you know of other companies that deserve a mention, let me know.
I’m going to reproduce the article completely. If you want to read more great articles like it, check out the Blaze. Here it is:
Chick-fil-A isn’t the only company willing to share its Christian faith with the world.
While attaching a specific religious view to a product or service holds the potential to turn a portion of consumers off, some business leaders and companies stick to their values and intentionally include them in their packaging and messaging.
Some of these brands include: Forever 21, Interstate Battery, Tyson Foods, In-N-Out Burger and Hobby Lobby...
Source: Argentine Beef Packers S.A.
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