Sunday, April 19, 2009

When Things Are Done God's Way. . .

they will prosper. This story is a perfect example of that.


Renna said...

Our small town recently got a Hobby Lobby store. I love shopping in there, where I can hear christian music drifting softly from the speakers, in contrast to some stores that play too loud rock music over their speakers.

The Whites said...

I love that story. I heard something about that last week. Like Renna, I love the Christian music that they play over the speakers!


Mrs. B, a very peculiar person said...

Hobby Lobby, Chick-fil-A, Baskins clothing stores are my first choice for retailers and occasional fast food. All three companies practice similar guidelines and ALL three are closed on Sundays to allow time for worship and family.

Even when I occastionally have to pay a little more, I faithfully give these companies my business.

I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to post this on my blog also - I will link credit back to you.


Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

What a GREAT testimony for that company. More places need to look at their foundation and take notes. Thanks for sharing this story.

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Sweet post Kay! Nothing like Christian music! So uplifting.

When are you going to make a batch of Rose soap? I would love some more! The smell is heavenly!


Farm Chick Paula said...

Wonderful story, Kay!

Shari said...

What a great story! I've always appreciated the soft Christian music playing and the fact that Hobby Lobby is closed on Sunday. Sounds like Green really does operate his business according to his Christian beliefs - and I'm so pleased that they are doing well and are able to give raises in these hard times.

Chick-fil-a is another company that conducts itself in this manner. Great sandwiches, too!

Hope you are feeling better today, Kay.