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Atheist Burger Joint Owner Becomes Christian

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Justin Obriecht, owner of 5 south suburban Culver's talks about his life and newfound love in Jesus Christ. Credit Mary Compton | Patch

Justin Obriecht thought he had it all.

"I had a good life,” said Obriecht recently at Hope Covenant Church. “I had enough money, I didn't have a lot of stress. Things were really good for me as an atheist."

Starting with his first restaurant opening in Tinley Park in 2001, Obriecht went on to open Culver’s locations in Orland Park, Tinley Park, Frankfort, Homewood and Matteson. But he later found something was missing.

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