You need an attitude of service. You're not just serving yourself. You help others to grow up and you grow with them.
When I take a risk, I like it to be a calculated risk, meaning I make it as small as possible.
When Hobby Lobby was created in the early 1970s, I was committed to use profits to help ministry work.
Our Heavenly Father is pleased when we don't compromise our faith and principles in times of desperation.
My father and mother had tremendous integrity, and obviously that affected me.
It is by God's grace and provision that Hobby Lobby has endured. Therefore, we seek to honor God by operating the company in a manner consistent with biblical principles.
Coming from a family of preachers, the idea of giving back has been part of my life as long as I can remember.
God has blessed me with a wonderful family, a successful business, and outstanding employees. I do not take these blessings lightly.
Hobby Lobby has always been a tool for the Lord's work.
I can't help but tell people of the greatest story ever told - God's love and our eternal life.
If I die without food or without eternal salvation, I want to die without food.
It's so easy to make things complicated in business.
You can't have a belief system on Sunday and not live it the other six days.
You can't learn if you don't try.
I realize that a lot of business leaders may disagree with me, but I truly believe that God belongs in what my company does. By putting Him first in my operations, He can bless what I attempt.
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