This fall, I have officially raised three daughters into adulthood. Scary, I know. One thing that means is I have thrown a lot of princess parties in twenty-three years. A LOT. We have the pink, glitter, magic wand thing down I tell you.
But there's a princess we introduced our girls to at around nine and eleven that was rather unusual. Not the typical Disney strain. And over the years since then, our girls have learned a lot from Princess Eowyn about standing your ground and learning to fight—like a girl.
When you see a Psalm, do you immediately think of ways to use it to help teach kids at church? When a classmate loses their home to fire, are you the first to set up a collection to help them out? When you hear a faith song on the radio, do you want to share the message with a friend? If so, God might be calling you to be a minister.
When you're in the lunch line, are you the one who can calculate the amount you owe quicker than the cashier? Are you a people person? Do you like structure to your day? Then working at a bank might be for you!
Meet Katie Sparks. The manager of a bank in Indiana.
Tell us about banking.
Who doesn’t like the green stuff? Money is a necessary aspect of people’s lives. It's what people receive in return for their hard work. It can be a great gift. It’s how we pay for the clothes on our backs, roof over our heads and the food we eat. Money is important to everyone and as I banker I assist people with their financial needs every day.
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