We have all heard of stores, manufacturers, and websites that we should not patronize because of their ideological or political views, but it can be difficult to be a faith-driven consumer.

Where do we find out the truth about these companies?

Can we trust what others are writing about them?

Is there a way to quickly compare retailers and manufacturers?

The creators of faithdrivenconsumer.com had these same questions and set out to create a website that answered them - and answered them well.  Their goal is to equip the faith-driven consumer with the resources they need to make informed decisions.


Let me ask you, which of these would you choose:

  • Walmart or Target?
  • McDonald's or Chick-fil-A?
  • Honda or Ford?
  • CVS or Walgreens?

Unfortunately, the site does not have a lot of depth yet and only covers some of the larger names that you know (and used to love).  Still, it has a lot of potential.

The other sad fact is that many of the stores and products that we regularly enjoy did not score too well.  CVS leans in the wrong direction while Walgreens embraces it.  It's not much of a difference, but it might be enough to influence a buying decision.

If you want to be a faith-driven consumer, making choices and purchases that reflect your beliefs, go to faithdrivenconsumer.com to learn more.

Do you know of any other resources for the faith-driven consumer?  Leave them in the comments below.

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Copyright 2013 Chad R. Torgerson