Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 13 – Kristen Justus, Ph.D.

Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations.

If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued and understood. It’s about serving others. It’s about depositing money in our relational banks.

Neighborly Love is an original podcast by MindWolves. Host Marc Casciani, author of Craft Your Calling, interviews ordinary people about their heart for God and serving other people for the greater good.

Episode 13 – Dr. Kristen Justus

Marc interviews Dr. Kristen Justus, Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education & Curriculum at Pine-Richland School District. Kristen answers three thought-provoking questions: (1) Tell me about a time when you did something nice for someone?, (2) What would you do for a living if money weren’t an issue?, and (3) Do you have a dream that involves serving others? Kristen shares her heart for mentoring people, giving them an optimistic voice and hope. She also reveals the harmony she feels between her heart to serve and her current career path and paints a vision of something even greater. As her “stretch dream” gains clarity, I have no doubt it will be transformative for education in the United States and abroad.

Neighborly Love, Episode 13 – Kristen Justus (9-21-21)

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Published by Marc Casciani

Bridging brothers & sisters to what's important. Author of Craft Your Calling. Host of the Neighborly Love podcast.

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