You can’t know your purpose without a relationship with the one who created you for a purpose.

“You can’t know your purpose without a relationship with the one who created you for a purpose.” – Jon Gordon, The Seed

In Rich Warren’s Purpose Driven Life the question, “What on earth am I here for?” provides the framework for a spiritual, faith-based look at purpose. For each of us, this is a personal journey. This journey, guided by individual faith and taken with those closest to us, leads us down a continual path of defining, and redefining, our purpose here on earth.

One of the joys in my life is I get to live my purpose each and every day. I am confident, and secure in my work and service as an education leader. My job isn’t just a career . . . it’s a calling.

Are you living your calling? If not, it doesn’t necessarily mean a change in career, but more a change in perspective. Maybe you haven’t found the purpose in the work . . . maybe you need to reconnect with faith in the foundations you’ve created and the one who created you.

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