Daniel Burritt owns a construction company in New York, and he uses his property in various ways to spread the Gospel. He has a trailer parked on his property, within sight of the highway, with a Gospel message on the side. The state highway department threatened to forcibly remove the trailer, even though other trailers with commercial messages on them were allowed to remain. After the Alliance Defense Fund filed a lawsuit, the trailer was allowed to remain.
I’m sure that some Christians will criticize his methods, but before your criticize him you should ask what actions you are taking to actively share your faith. As someone who was criticized once said, “I like my way of sharing my faith better than your way of not sharing yours.” Even though some people might dislike the message, they don’t have the right to single out Christians to suppress our freedom of speech.