Hobby Lobby President Refuses to Back Down to the Outrage Mob – ‘Faith and Family Above Fortune’

It’s really old watching business owners cave to the liberal outrage mob. Hobby Lobby President Steve Green refuses to let that happen and it’s great to see.

At this current time, it’s very important that everyone stands their ground and embrace their conservative values. When Chick-fil-A turned their backs on this and gave liberals reasons to celebrate.

Despite this, Hobby Lobby continues to stand their ground. They are staying 100 percent true to their Christian roots and it’s awesome to see.

Hobby Lobby President Steve Green made it clear that it will always be faith and family above fortune.

Per Fox Business:

Hobby Lobby President Steve Green doesn’t shy away from proclaiming the Christian faith his business revolves around.

Green told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto on Friday that the company doesn’t only hire Christian workers, but they seem to attract people that have “a similar heart.”

“We value family, and one of the things that we tell our co-managers as we kind of get them up to speed is that their family is more important than this business, and they need to be sure to take care of their family first and then Hobby Lobby second.”

– Steve Green, Hobby Lobby president

It’s amazing to see someone stand up for what they believe in. Kudos to you, Mr. Green. Christians everywhere will be shopping at your store even more frequently.

Hobby Lobby President Steve Green on Fox Business

It’s great to see that it’s not just dollar signs in the eyes of this president of a very successful company.

More people should take Green’s lead and make the holidays about faith and family. Instead of rushing out to save a buck or two, why not spend more quality time with the family?

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Rest assured that after Black Friday is over Hobby Lobby will have some great deals waiting for you.

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