The organization stayed in California for a long time, and experienced incredible development and acknowledgment inside the Christian distributing industry. In 1979, through bearing from the Lord, DaySpring moved to the city of Siloam Springs in northwest Arkansas.
The organization bought land and manufactured its plant in a delightful nation setting close to the Illinois River. Just 30 representatives made the transition to Arkansas to start this new experience.
Soon after the move, DaySpring made a noteworthy directional change, turning into a full-administration welcome card organization to Christian book shops. Selling film rather than individual cards propelled the organization into another period of development and extension.
Inside a couple of years the staff increased ten times. New structures were built, and DaySpring was en route to turning into the biggest distributer and merchant of Christian welcome cards on the planet.