Some of the Christian businesses in the United States are Forever 21, Tom’s of Maine and Tyson Foods, Inc. The companies are founded on strong Christian values, and the fundamental Christian teachings influence normal operations and management.
Forever 21 exudes subtle piety despite that the company is best known for the production of skimpy women’s clothing. All the company’s stores and shopping bags have the words John 3:16 inscribed on them. The message is a demonstration of the business owner’s faith, as explained by the company’s spokeswoman in an interview with The New York Sun.
Tom’s of Maine is another American company that has a strong Christian background as the founder and CEO of the organization, Tom Chappell, is also a Christian minister. The natural home products company is operated as part of Tom Chappell’s Christian ministry as spiritual leaders are regularly brought to talk to the board about using Christian principles to manage the business.
The world’s biggest chicken company, Tyson Foods, usually employs a team of Christian chaplains to preach to workers at its numerous production facilities and offices. The ministers are employed full-time by the company, and their duty is to ensure that the management and workers run the business on Christian principles.