Chick-Fil-A CEO Made Covenant With Dad To Uphold Company's Christian Values


Chick-fil-A has no plans to toss aside its Christian values no matter how much hate leftists send its way.

According to Business Insider, Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy wrote in a memoir, titled “Eat Mor Chickin: Inspire More People,” that he presented his children with a covenant to always uphold the company’s Christian values as it becomes a major force in the culture, which included philanthropic work, never opening on Sunday, and never taking the company public.

“We will be faithful to Christ’s lordship in our lives,” Cathy’s covenant stated. “As committed Christians we will live a life of selfless devotion to His calling in our lives. We will prayerfully seek His leadership in all major decisions that impact our family and others. Our family roles as spouses to our lifelong mates, parents to our children, and loving aunts and uncles will be our priority.”

Dan Cathy became the company CEO in 2013 and has since expanded the fast-food

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