Chip and Joanna Gaines took the world by storm when they first appeared on the "Fixer Upper" television show for HGTV. Fans were instantly drawn to their wonderful humility, sense of humor, family values and incredible home flipping skills.
Since the show first aired, the Gaines family has seen a lot of success. They have products on the shelves of some of the largest retailers in America and business is booming.
They run their entire operation under the umbrella of their parent company, Magnolia. Now, the Gaines family is once again causing fans to go wild after standing for their faith and hosting a church service at their famous property.
"The stars of TV's 'Fixer Upper' welcomed on Sunday about 200 members of Church Under the Bridge for outdoor services on the lawn of the couple's Magnolia Market at the Silos in Waco, Texas, amid expansion of nearby Interstate 35. Church Under the Bridge Pastor Jimmy Dorrell called Chip and Joanna Gaines to the stage to thank the family for sharing the space during the $300 million interstate widening project, the Associated Press reported," according to Fox News.
Chip and Jo offered the property after the church had to find a new location. The church website now proudly states that all are welcome to "Church Under the Bridge at the Silos."
Chip and Jo have been extremely outspoken about their faith and the way they're raising their children. Jo has also talked about how powerful her own faith has been in her entrepreneurial journey.
“I had to learn that this whole God thing isn’t just this big religion. It’s really that He wants this relationship with us on a personal level,” she said in 2016. “Even today with the opportunities that are coming our way… I need His guidance. Otherwise, I’d say yes to everything.”
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