Are You Ready to Live the Life You Were Born to Live?

Oct 1, 2010, Written by Sue Miley

In my local community and church we have recently had many births and a couple of deaths.  It has me thinking about our time here on earth.  A little introspective, however, the reflection is on how we spend our time in between our earthly birth and death.  I wrote a post called A Purposeful Life in the Time in Between.

I’m excited that Julie McElroy is posting it on her site Inspired to Write today.  We don’t have to wait for heaven to be with Jesus.  We have a relationship now, which I believe influences significantly “the time in between”.  I really like this post.  If you know me I don’t say that often.

I am happy to have the opportunity to share it with Julie’s readers, but I would also like to share it with you guys. And, I would love to introduce you to Julie’s site “Inspired to Write”.  So please visit her site and let me know what you think.

As always, I appreciate all of you who read Christian Business Crossroads.  Thanks!

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Sue Miley

Sue Miley MBA, MA, LPC helps small business owners build successful businesses on a foundation of Christian values. After 20 years in business, and 10 years as a Christian counselor, Sue uses a combination of faith, business and psychology to help clients in business and in life.

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