Nancy Gruneisen, Children’s Librarian: Curating Curiosity

"Books are like windows," shares this week's guest Nancy Gruneisen, "you can see another time, another world, another culture. But they can also be mirrors. Children want to see themselves in the books they are reading."

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“Books are like windows,” shares this week’s guest Nancy Gruneisen, “you can see another time, another world, another culture. But they can also be mirrors. Children want to see themselves in the books they are reading.” Nancy is a children’s librarian at a local St. Louis elementary school and is a perfect example of how exercising quiet, yet strong faithfulness to God’s kingdom in your work can bring joy and beauty to your corner (or reading nook) of the world.

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Dan Doriani’s fascination with work began in his childhood. His thinking, studying, and biblical interpretation on work have fueled his pastoral passion for equipping and encouraging others to act, bringing reformation to the workplace.

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