Chick-fil-A’s CEO isn’t the only head of a massively popular fast food restaurant that isn’t afraid to embrace their Christian faith.
In-N-Out Burger, a west coast fast food chain, is quickly rising in popularity.
But the radical Left is preparing to attack after the CEO publicly expressed her faith in Jesus Christ in a recent interview.
At a time where expressing one’s Christian faith is so unpopular in mainstream culture, it is refreshing to see the head of a corporation stand up for their beliefs.
If you look underneath an In-N-Out Burger cup, you will see the Bible verse “John 3:16” printed in red lettering.
But after the 37-year-old CEO, Lynsi Snyder, recently gave the Christian Post an in-depth interview regarding her faith, it is only a matter of time before the radical Left will begin protesting In-N-Out restaurants like they do to Chick-fil-A.
The Christian Post reports:
To the outside world, Lynsi Snyder has it all.
At just 37 years old, she’s the owner and president of the iconic West Coast chain In-N-Out Burger, estimated by Forbes to be worth $3 billion. Snyder is also beloved by her employees: 2019 Glassdoor ratings have In-N-Out at #3, while Synder is rated the #3 CEO.
But Snyder’s journey hasn’t exactly been picture-perfect; in fact, it’s been sprinkled with loss, pain, and suffering. After the untimely death of her father when she was a teenager, Snyder briefly turned to drugs and alcohol to fill the void. She also endured three failed marriages, one of which ended due to abuse.
In the depths of her devastation, Snyder came to a life-changing realization: “I finally found that the deep need in my heart can only be filled by Jesus and my identity in Him,” she told The Christian Post.
Lynsi Snyder should be applauded for sharing her story and her faith in Jesus so publically.
After all, she is taking a tremendous risk by doing so.
Once radical Left-wing activists discovered that Chick-fil-A’s CEO donated to causes that affirmed their Christian beliefs, they declared an all-out war against them.
In-N-Out Burger now faces those same risks.
Chick-fil-A certainly remains their number-one target, but In-N-Out Burger ought to prepare for the worst.
Fortunately for them, the radical Left has completely failed to take down Chick-fil-A.
In fact, the restaurant recently reported that their revenue has doubled since 2012, when all of the controversy started.
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