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COLUMBIA, Tennessee, December 5, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — A McDonald’s restaurant in Tennessee offers pleasantly surprised customers and passersby a larger-than-life nativity scene painted across a large bank of floor-to-ceiling windows.  

In addition to depictions of the Baby Jesus, Mary, and Joseph on the mural, large lettering declares, “His Name is Jesus” and “Believe.”  

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The owners of the McDonald’s franchise in Columbia, Tennessee, Tony and Gina Wolfe, also own another nearby and a third in Spring Hill. The Wolfes told local TV station WZTV that their family has adorned all three locations with artwork presenting the meaning of Christmas for many years.

“It's a family business which has been owned and operated by my family for 40 years. My dad started this 40 years ago when he had a local art student paint it on his store. My husband and I have been owners for 28 years and we’ve done this or something similar during Christmas each year,” explained Gina Wolfe in a FOX 17 News interview in 2015. 

The honoring of the birth of Jesus Christ amid what is now a mostly politically correct, secularized, consumer-driven annual Christmas season is a welcome respite for the Wolfes’ customers. 

One customer said, “I totally support what they do and that’s why I keep coming back.” 

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