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Norm Miller on Getting Christ into the College Station Workplace

Practical Advice on Getting Christ into Your College Station Business

Meet Norm Miller and learn about his example of getting Christ into the College Station workplace as a Christian business executive and chairman of Interstate Batteries.

"I came across the scripture in Matthew 10:28. It says in essence "don't fear - but if you're gonna fear, fear him who can do something after you're dead. So we said oh wait a minute we have another meeting after this life - there's a whole nother deal. So we began to pray and told God that we wanted to do business. We decided that uh-oh like when we have meetings people become (distributors and customers) would come in and and we decided that we were going to pray and so we would just they'd sit down you know - pray"

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