Explanation of Mission & Values


To Make Our Labor a Pleasing Offering

  • “Work hard and willingly but do it for the Lord and not for the sake of men. You can be sure that everyone, whether slave or free man, will be properly rewarded by the Lord for whatever work he has done well” Ephesians 6:7

Enriching Our Families

  • Christy encourages its people to set big goals and to achieve their dreams up to the limits of their skills, talents, and efforts.

  • Our goal is for our people’s children to have the opportunity to acquire the skills they need to achieve their dreams. Christy offers a $2,000 post-secondary education scholarship per school year to help them gain skills and knowledge to succeed.

  • Our goal is for all of our people to have the opportunity to retire with dignity. After one year of service, Christy makes a contribution equal to 4 or 5% of their salary regardless of their own contribution to their 401(k). In addition, the company encourages retirement savings through Health Savings Accounts, educational programs and the individual assistance of a financial advisor. There is no Company imposed limit placed on how much an employee can contribute.

Enriching Society

  • The ownership of Christy and its subsidiaries pledges to tithe on the earnings of the companies. Most of these donations are of a private nature. Part of that tithing is accomplished through the Company’s preferred 501(c)(3) charity, the St. Nicholas Fund. Christy’s employees are charged with identifying needs in our community so that Christy through the St. Nicholas Fund can anonymously “thow a bag of gold through the window” when a little monetary help may make a big difference to someone in need.

Golden Rule

  • “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.” Matthew 7:12


  • Christy defines an “A” Player as someone who more than pays for themselves within one year of employment. “A” Players’ attitudes, behaviors and performance are a model of The Christy Way. They are passionate about achieving success for themselves and those around them, embrace change, take initiative, don’t make excuses, are highly coachable, intellectually curious and lifelong learners. They are a pleasure to work with but are not afraid to express their opinions and confront issues head on in a constructive manner. We expect “A” Players to make mistakes, admit it when they do and learn from the experience. They not only meet the requirements of the position description they were hired for, but improve Christy’s efficiency, technology, products, markets and sales and are able to grow. If they serve in a management role, they successfully recruit and develop a team of “A” players which meets their goals and forecasts without excuses. They hold others accountable for the above and ask others to hold them accountable.

  • Our people will know what success looks like for both themselves and Christy. We will celebrate our mutual successes.

  • We will continuously assess opportunities to improve workplace safety to meet our collective goal of ending each work day safe and sound.