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Jezebel’s Irin Carmon wrote an article about Blake Mycoskie’s decision to speak at an event sponsored by Focus on the Family.Carmon’s story helped ignite debate and criticism about Blake’s connections to Evangelical organizations.Even the humble plimsoll has been transformed into a £100-plus status symbol, endorsed by multi-millionaire sports stars at a time when we are all unfitter and fatter than ever before.
Focus on the Family is an evangelical non-profit and the things that come along with that — hating gay people, evolution, abortion — clash mightily with the beliefs of most hippie, hipster, bearded, crunchy, countercultural(-ish), what-have-you types that have embraced the feel-good mission of TOMS and what everyone As this issue of Christianity Today goes to press, the ministry is scheduled to highlight the work of Blake Mycoskie, the founder of TOMS, a company that donates shoes to an impoverished child for every pair sold. “We’re making slow strides here.” In many ways, Focus represents a larger struggle in evangelicalism over political and cultural engagement and the issues it prioritizes.Our customers get excited to be a part of what we're doing. I'm more in tune with nature, which has influenced my shoe designs.