Proof Christian Morals Work In Today’s Business World

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America is seeing a rise in anti-Christian thought, but one company proves why Christian morals are needed in today’s society.

Chick-fil-A was just ranked America’s best fast food restaurant based on customer satisfaction, but that isn’t what makes them stand out.

The focus the chicken fast-food restaurant has put on friendliness has won them the “most polite” award as well.

Employees of Chick-fil-A all match with their clothes and their attitude. It is very rare to see a disgruntled teenager at the counter asking if you want Polynesian sauce with that.

Instead you see employees that are wearing matching smiles and hustling to make your experience the best they can. They say “please” and “thank you” and often say “my pleasure” as their form of “you’re welcome”.

Chick-fil-A is known as a Christian business that is modeled after Christian beliefs.

The restaurant is closed on Sundays, which for restaurants, is unheard of anymore. Despite only working six days a week, each Chick-fil-A location averaged more revenue than any other fast-food chain in America.

Not only are they extra polite, provide the highest level of customer service, but they also work less than any other fast-food chain. They must be doing something right.

The character and culture of Chick-fil-A is truly modeled after Christian beliefs and it is paying off big time.

Many in the mainstream media will call Chick-fil-A’s stance on social issues bigoted, but everyone is equal at the restaurant. The rhetoric that the media pushes doesn’t enter the doors, it stays outside and on Facebook. Inside and through the drive through the service is always the same.

There are a lot of lessons we can learn from Chick-fil-A.

Treat each person with respect and be polite. Smile and make eye contact. Take Sunday’s off to relax and be with your families and always remember it should be your pleasure to serve your fellow man.

In a world where everyone is so quick to call people “deplorable”, “racist” or “libtard”; maybe we should focus in on Christian morals like Chick-fil-A and go for the most polite.

Do you think Christian morals have a place in business in America? Let us know your thoughts below.

Candice Thomas
Candice has almost 20 years of experience reporting for various conservative publications. When she's not writing, she enjoys being outdoors--especially camping, hiking, and hunting. She lives in Harrisburg, PA, with her husband.