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  • David Kim with Canvas Millions watched Baja Fresh CEO David Kim's inspirational prayer on CBS' hit reality TV series, "Undercover Boss," on Sunday evening.

    As Jason Mattera reported in Human Events:

    "Christian conservatives often decry the silencing of faith by major network television. People of faith had their breath taken away by what they witnessed, sparking a Facebook and Twitter avalanche of support and praise.”

    On Facebook, Kini Se remarked, “Loved the episode of 'Undercover Boss' last night.  It is the BEST one yet.  It is great to see you praising the Lord on National television.  The entire time, I had tears running down my face.  It was real, it was true and inspirational.  God bless you and your family."

    Chris Connor on Twitter wrote, “Loving that #undercoverboss has a positive Christian perspective features tonight—about time we have a good depiction in the media.” 

    David Kim is a very successful entrepreneur with a total of 400 franchises stretching across 29 states.  Mr. Kim spoke to students with a speech entitled “Capitalism Fuels Freedom” at Young America’s Foundation’s West Coast Leadership Conference in 2009.  Clickhere to listen to Mr. Kim’s full speech.

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