Tennessee McDonald’s Spreads Christmas Cheer in a Bold and Unique Way

"Drove by and did a double-take. Growing up in The Mitten, you would NEVER see this. Tennessee McDonald's... You made my day.”


Christmas is getting very close now, its so easy to get pulled into the forest, shining lights and gifts. Of course, when one woman saw a really strange, kind of shocking, depiction of Christmas picture in the Spring Hill McDonald’s restaurant in Tennessee, she felt compelled to take a photo.

The staff at the McDonald’s had made a huge public statement with their very bold and unique window display.

In these modern times is much more common for children to know about Christmas but not understand or even have an inkling about the real meaning of it. With all the hype of Christmas and Santa, with his reindeers and bags of toys, it’s very often sad that people, in general, forget about the birth of Jesus Christ on a snowy cold night…

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Thankfully and very fortunately, Amy Basel recently went to McDonald’s that acknowledged the meaning of Christmas, displaying proudly at this joyous time of year to everyone.

Your Path, His Plan is a blog that Amy founded, she writes about the power of God’s love, about his love and acceptance. Amy let go of her troubled past and found the light of God, she shares gospel and tries to empower and that’s one of the reasons that she saw the McDonald’s nativity scene on the outside windows of MacDonald’s.

Amy posted the picture with the caption:

“Drove by and did a double-take. Growing up in The Mitten, you would NEVER see this. Tennessee McDonald’s… You made my day.”

“His name is Jesus”

In these modern times when Santa is more popular than Jesus, it was a really good change to see that there are people who understand the true importance of the holiday and its roots!

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Have a close look and you can see two big meaningful show of faith, on each side of the nativity scene someone wrote:

“His name is Jesus” and “Rejoice.”

Sine Amy posted the photo its gone completely Viral; shared more than 82,000 times and liked by 140,000 people, it’s not hard to see why!!!

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A large corporation like McDonald’s spreading the Christmas cheer is very much respected and millions of people are indeed proud of Christmas!