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Tennessee: It is not every day you see the biggest fast food chain in the world boldly declaring the name of Jesus. One Tennessee McDonald’s in Spring Hill refused use their window-displayed nativity scene to shift more Big Mac’s – instead choosing to honor the true “reason for the season.”
Christian Blogger Brings Attention to McDonald’s Nativity Scene
Christian blogger Amy Klutinoty spotted the sign as she was driving past. Amy founded “Your Path His Plan,” a ministry seeking to encourage others in their walk with the Lord. As she explains on her website:
“God has truly done a quick work in me, and I am humbled and walk in complete reverence to the calling He has placed upon my life. I know what God saved me from, and because I have been forgiven much, I love much.
The entire purpose of my ministry is to reach a hurt, desolate, and hopeless world so I can share the Gospel, love, and POWER of Jesus Christ through boldness and Truth! The King of Kings, my Savior, makes ALL things new, and it is never too late for Him to turn your life around for His glory!”
- A McDonald’s in Spring Hill, Tennessee, has no qualms in declaring that Jesus is the reason for the season. Source: WPTV News 5 – West Palm Beach, Florida.
Social Media Comments:
— Billy Hallowell (@BillyHallowell) December 24, 2017
They know the true meaning of Christmas, and they weren't afraid to share it! https://t.co/cAeSZMfQpj
— Jesus Daily (@JesusDailyNews) December 24, 2017
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