Faith-based Christmas shopping

This week, our friends at Family Research Council shared with their supporters a resource that guides Christians by highlighting companies that allow people to get their shopping done while remaining true to our faith. The organization Faith Driven Consumer has created a Christmas Guide to highlight more than 20 companies and show you how to be faithful to your beliefs when purchasing gifts for loved ones this year.
 
Many Christians have never stopped to think about whether the companies we buy from are compatible with our values. This guide will provide useful information for your Christmas shopping choices.
 
You can download the FREE guide here.
 

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