73% of Americans Support Football Coaches’ Prayers During Games


Faith Driven Consumer

Feb 01, 2016 4:53 PM

A brand new survey finds that "seven of 10 Americans are in favor of allowing football coaches at public high schools to lead prayers during games” according to a story in Christian Today. The survey comes on the heels of a number of incidents around the country in which prayer has been restricted at football games, most notably the recent case in Florida, where two Christian schools—facing each other in a playoff game—were actually told they could not pray.

With the Super Bowl fast approaching this week, many of you may not know that you can actually use the Big Game as an opportunity to take a stand for your faith.  

What’s the biggest part of the Super Bowl aside from the game itself? The Ads! And what do the advertisers want? Your business! As a Faith Driven Consumer, you’ve told us over and over again that you want to know how much these companies actually want you as a customer.  


Today, using a company review system we call the Faith Equality Index, we’ve actually rated the Super Bowl advertisers—on a scale from 0-100—to show you clearly how faith friendly they actually are. We’ve rated Acura, Honda, Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Marmot, Heinz, Mini USA, Avocados from Mexico, Butterfinger, Amazon, Hyundai, Kia, Audi, Buick, Taco Bell, Doritos, Sun Trust, Toyota, Skittles, and many more. Tomorrow, we are going to release a Super Bowl Shopping Guide to show you even more, such as where you should shop for your Super Bowl party, where you should buy that new TV, and so on. 

Together, we are impacting the marketplace by doing what we already do, just making smarter choices.  


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