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
Monifa Sterling Fighting Demotion and Discharge
In a display of uncommon valor that military men and women have died for since America’s founding, Lance Cpl. Monifa Sterling is taking a stand and appealing the verdict of a court-martial last year that resulted in her demotion and discharge from the Marines for refusing to remove Bible verses from her work station.Read more
Hobby Lobby’s Green family steps up as cultural elite donors get cold feet
It would appear that both free-market economics and biblical orthodoxy are important factors when it comes to the success of Bible museums.Read more
Fresh off their landmark religious freedom victory before the Supreme Court over the Obamacare mandate forcing some faith-driven employers to violate their consciences by providing contraceptives that likely induce abortion, the family that owns Hobby Lobby is moving forward with plans to build a Bible museum near the national mall in Washington, DC.
The yet-to-be-named museum – scheduled to open in 2017 – will welcome people of all faiths and feature historic Bibles, Torahs and ancient Judeo-Christian manuscripts collected by the Green family in recent years.Read more
Whole Foods resists pressure to drop organic food maker
As the Supreme Court’s Burwell v. Hobby Lobby decision reverberates through various – and sometimes competing – values-driven consumer groups in the United States, the latest cultural flashpoint centers on Michigan-based, faith-driven Eden Foods, North America’s oldest and largest natural and organic food maker.
Solely owned by devoutly Catholic owner and CEO Michael Potter, Eden Foods specializes in macrobiotic products, whole grains and local produce. Its products are widely carried by specialty food co-ops and retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods.Read more
Victory! Today, for the first time ever, the Supreme Court of the United States confirmed that profit-seeking corporations can hold a religious view under federal law. The landmark 5-4 ruling favors Christian-owned companies Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood.
In the ongoing battle for religious freedom in America, this is a huge victory for Christians who seek to steward their lives and businesses in accordance with their deeply held convictions and biblical worldview.
While the context for this ruling was set within the onerous Obamacare mandate requiring companies to offer abortion-inducing drugs in their employee health plans, the implications for this ruling have much broader religious liberty implications for you and me and the companies that we support as Faith Driven Consumers.
Let’s take a moment now to thank the brave and bold leadership of both Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood for standing on their faith and defending our constitutionally guaranteed religious liberty—pushing this case all the way to the Supreme Court.
Sign below to add your personal thank you to the letter we will deliver to Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood on behalf of Faith Driven Consumers nationwide.
Thank you for recognizing Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood who stood up for our First Amendment freedom of religious liberty. When we come together as Faith Driven Consumers and make our voices heard, we positively change a culture that’s becoming increasingly hostile to our right to hold and express biblical faith and values.
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