While some people are claiming hell isn’t real, Matthew Botsford is saying it is and he has been there. In other news, Dan Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A, believes the Bible is the reason for his success. Read their stories below. Then let me know what you think about them.
Former Non-Christian: My Time in Hell
Matthew Botsford was shot in the head and pronounced dead. After being resuscitated he lapsed into a 27 day coma. He says he went to hell, but Jesus pulled him out and told him it wasn’t his time. You can watch video of his testimony and read his account in hell.
He explains how he was locked in chains in a cavern, while being mocked and tormented. He talks about how his flesh was burned off and then reformed. Demons judged him for all of his wrong and kept reminding him of it. His book, A Day in Hell, details what happened to him as well as a story about the loving relationship with the Father.
What do you think of his testimony? Is hell real?
Chick-fil-A CEO: Jesus Teachings Helped Increase Sales
Dan Cathy, Chick-fil-A CEO, attributes his success in business to Jesus’ sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7. He learned to go the extra mile, to give more than asked for, and to repay evil with kindness. This philosophy has yielded them a double digit increase in the last 48 months in the worst economy ever.
He treats everyone with dignity, honor and respect because we are created in God’s – who is to be treated with dignity, honor, and respect – image.
“Chick-fil-A’s corporate purpose is to glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us. To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A – and said that the end game of the company is ‘not the cha-ching, cha-ching’ because ‘that is not His (God’s) end game.'”
“In other words, this business is an opportunity to impact people’s lives, to change people’s lives. It’s a ministry. It’s a ministry,” Cathy stressed.
Learn more from Dan Cathy’s approach to business.
What do you think about Dan Cathy’s approach to business?