Brands Giving to Christian Groups Meet Key Faith Equality Index Criterion
In a great example of how leading companies can partner with Christian humanitarian groups to bring positive change to the world, Subway and Coca-Cola’s Dasani brand are partnering with World Vision in a campaign called #FreshWater4All to bring clean drinking water to everyone in the world by 2030.Read more
Back in May, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was in full-on, damage-control mode over allegations that the popular social media platform—with more than 1 billion active daily users—discriminates against conservative views. Under the specter of a U.S. Senate investigation, Zuckerberg met with leading conservatives to address the “trending news” controversy, and made assurances that there is no manipulation of the algorithm resulting in conservative viewpoint bias.Read more
The results are in and chicken is king!
According to the 2016 American Customer Satisfaction Index Restaurant Report, faith-driven Chick-fil-A takes top honors in this year’s annual survey—by a wide margin.Read more
Remember Rachel Dolezal—the white woman who self-identifies as black but was forced her to resign from her NAACP post when her charade was exposed?
That was so 2015.Read more
A smack down recently took place in Seattle between Alaska Airlines and Delta—but it wasn’t over competitive summer airfares or access to lucrative travel routes.
No, it was over which company’s employees had the right to march in Seattle’s upcoming gay pride parade.Read more
Leading liberal columnist calls out liberal intolerance of Christians and conservatives
An unusual thing happened last week. Leading liberal columnist Nicholas Kristof said what we here at Faith Driven Consumer have been saying to Corporate America for a long time—tolerance and diversity must be truly inclusive or it diminishes us all.Read more
In a case echoing the storyline of 2016 film, GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, Colliersville teacher Mary Simms was fired after school officials received a single complaint about the TED Talk—with no hearing or even discussion.Read more
Benjamin Watson says that the source of our present cultural confusion is a society without God
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson, an outspoken Christian, has weighed in on the “bathroom” issue prompted by recent legislation passed in certain states as well as actions by stores like Target allowing men to use women’s bathrooms. In a comprehensive Facebook post, he wrote:
“Fear is a powerful motivator. It has forced me to be silent when I would rather speak and to shout loudly when I would rather sit in silence. It seizes my heart and floods my mind with myriad scenarios of the possible aftermath to my comments or consequences of my actions…Many times conversation becomes mired in false, naive, and underdeveloped arguments such as claims that gender and race are analogous when that could not be further from the truth. Honestly I've been at a loss for words.”Read more
Hundreds of thousands of Faith Driven Consumers and other Americans are deeply frustrated with Target over its recent decision to allow men in its women’s bathrooms. We understand your frustration and anger; the question is—what do you do about it now? Some folks are calling for #BoycottTarget—the idea that you just stay out of the store.Read more
Scores only 39 points on the Faith Equality Index; Is there a more faith-compatible choice for Faith Driven Consumers?
Target has entered the national furor over so-called “bathroom bills” by announcing that men can now use women’s bathrooms. Reports The Christian Post, “the Minnesota-based retail giant Target announced Tuesday that transgender people are free to use the bathrooms and fitting rooms in their stores that match the gender they identify with, not their sex.”Read more