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Shared Grace: NACSW’s Blog

Welcoming Refugees…

I have been blessed with a sabbatical from teaching at Malone University this semester to work in refugee resettlement with World Relief in Akron, Ohio. I have always had a heart for international people and have worked abroad as an international social worker, but my passion for working with those ...
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Christ at the Intersection of Faith and Practice

As I was pondering what exactly to write for this blog, it occurred to me that the very name of our blog, "Shared Grace," captures the essence of this entry. Most of us who are members of NACSW or are considering membership realize that there is something different about this association in compa...
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The Call to Reconciliation

The recent deaths of African-American persons during interactions with police officers has awakened the nation to the persistent racial imbalance in our country. The sheer disregard of life causes me deep anguish and, quite frankly, leaves me with mixed feelings about our country’s moral compass. Cl...
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