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Shared Grace: NACSW’s Blog

Inviting the Richness of Members’ Diverse Christian Traditions

One of the great attractions for me of NACSW is the great diversity of our membership. Deeply rooted in my own Roman Catholic tradition, I find myself spiritually enriched and my Christian faith deepened by meeting other Christians of different traditions, ethnicities, and cultures. I am in awe of t...
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Let’s Dialogue, Not Debate

"The most dangerous ideas in society are not the ones being argued, but the ones that are assumed." - C.S. Lewis Life is full of risks whether or not we take them on fully, directly, and consciously. There are a number of actions that can contribute to the fear of being judged, of having our privat...
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Who Is My Neighbor?

So often when we think of our neighbor we think of someone like us…people whom we chose to buy a home near, people with whom we associate on a daily basis, our circle of friends and acquaintances.  The story of the “Good Samaritan” (http://www.craigkeener.com/tag/good-samaritan/) in Luke chapter 12 ...
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