Starbucks War on Christmas? It’s a red cup, folks. Until Starbucks puts a baby Jesus or nativity scene on the cup while saying Merry Christmas, then pulls it because they say it’s offensive, let’s talk. I don’t remember Starbucks ever being a Christian company, do you? A Santa, a snowflake, some holly, a polar bear, some jingle bells or plain red cup don’t define Christmas for me as a Christian. My relationship with Jesus does. So, I will joyfully sip on my Starbucks coffee, in a plain red cup, and instead of complaining about the lack of decorations, I will lovingly share the good news of Jesus Christ with friends and co-workers or anyone who’s willing to engage in conversation. Merry Christmas to all!

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Christians love being persecuted more than college students, and as you’ve probably seen on Facebook, the latest godless heathen to wage assault on peaceful, loving Christians is Starbucks. Because they decided to do red cups for the holidays. What Candace Cameron doesn’t understand, that when you buy a red cup, Starbucks donates 60% to Planned Parenthood and 30% to Muslims and 10% for the construction of Satanic grinder that will make make Christians’ bones and soul patches into premium blend coffee that will be packaged with a morning after pill and a gay wedding cake that will be sold for 30 pieces of silver. Christians under attack must remain steadfast and resist the machinations of the Devil when they freely roam their respective cities ordering expensive coffee. Before you finish reading this, Kirk Cameron will have denied his sister three times.