It’s hard to count the number of times I’ve woken up on Sunday craving Chick-fil-A (because my mind somehow subconsciously knows I can’t have it). I drive up to the empty parking lot assuming I just won the breakfast lottery with NO drive-thru line, only to realize they’re closed. Obviously.
Anyone with any sort of love for this one-of-a-kind food chain already knows that the Christian-owned operation closes on Sunday to honor the Sabbath — but every once in a while, Chick-fil-A will open its doors on Sundays to serve a good cause.
From hosting church inside its doors to helping hurricane victims, the lengths this restaurant will go to do the Lord’s work are endless.
Well this week, one Chick-fil-A decided they wanted to be a part of serving community members seeking shelter from Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas.
Restaurant owners Nikki and Donovan Carless had kept a constant watch on the storm’s path and aftermath on TV and kept asking themselves what they could possibly do to help.