As the Chick-fil-A controversy continues, check out nine other companies that take their religion seriously.
As the controversy over Chick-fil-A's stance on gay marriage continues, check out nine other companies that take their religion seriously, according to CNN.
Walmart -- The Walton family, which founded Walmart and still owns a major stake in it, has used Christian servant leadership models in building the world's largest retailer.
In-N-Out Burger -- This western U.S. burger chain has printed Bible verses on cups, wrappers and other pieces of packaging since at least the late 1980s.
Interstate Batteries -- The car battery giant has a "self-avowed religious identity and is very open in their God talk" in internal training and communication, says Lake Lambert III, author of Spirituality, Inc.
Herman Miller -- This Michigan-based furniture manufacturer's founders were steeped in the Reformed Protestant tradition.
ServiceMaster -- This cleaning company was founded in 1929 by Marion E. Wade, who "had a strong personal faith and a desire to honor God in all he did," according to ServiceMaster's website. "Translating this into the marketplace, he viewed each individual employee and customer as being made in God's image -- worthy of dignity and respect."
Hobby Lobby -- "Honoring the Lord in all we do by operating the company in a manner consistent with Biblical principles," reads the mission statement of this privately held chain of more than 450 arts and crafts stores. "We believe that it is by God's grace and provision that Hobby Lobby has endured."
Tyson Foods Inc. -- The world's largest chicken company employs a team of chaplains who minister to employees at production facilities and corporate offices.
Tom's of Maine -- CEO Tom Chappell nearly left this natural home products company to pursue full-time Christian ministry, but now treats his business as a ministry.
Forever 21 -- The words of John 3:16 -- a citation of a biblical verse popular among evangelical Christians -- appear at the bottom of this teen clothing store's shopping bags.
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