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Shared Grace: NACSW’s Blog

Being a Christian in Social Work in an Interfaith Ministry

In a recent blog entry posted to NACSW’s Shared Grace entitled “Who Is My Neighbor?”, long-standing member Julia Pizzuto-Pomaco exhorted NACSW members and friends to take time to engage in conversations and build friendships with people from different faith traditions. She suggested that doing so “w...
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Continuing a Conversation about Gender Identity, Ideology, and Social Work Practice

<Editor's Note: In the Spring and Summer, 2017 double issue of Social Work & Christianity (SWC) , a special issue focused on Christianity and Social Work Practice with LGBTQ clients, Paul Adams wrote an article entitled, "Gender Ideology and the Truth of Marriage: A Catholic Perspective o...
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Reconciling the Parts of the Body: NACSW and the North Carolina Boycott

Speaking or writing about diversity in a religious context often makes me feel like I am channeling the Apostle Paul in his first letter to the Christians in Corinth imploring those who profess to know God to “let everything you do be done in love” (1 Cor. 16:14 – Amplified). Far too often, religion...
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