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NACSW records and makes available to its members and friends a wide variety of presentations and discussions on topics focused on the ethical integration of Christian faith and professional social work practice. Our “Podcast of the Month” program features a new podcast every 30 days for your listening pleasure! Below you will find a link to this month’s featured podcast.


One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: From Poverty to Self-Sufficiency

Pam Crawford, LCSW, and Kim Rainey, LCSW

Open Table is a growing poverty alleviation movement of ministry in the United States wherein a faith community collaborates with the community to create a partnership of accountability with what the model terms a “brother “or “sister” in poverty. It is a model that utilizes both social and financial capital to empower a family who has the motivation to commit to a one-year plan that will improve their lives and help move them toward self-sufficiency.

This podcast will illustrate the Open Table approach, while describing the experience of a group of Christians who have struggled with poverty walking alongside a sibling group while assisting their move from poverty to self-reliance.

Recorded on April 25, 2016

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The views expressed in its podcasts do not necessarily reflect those of NACSW. As such, inclusion of any particular podcast speaker in these archives should not be understood to necessarily imply endorsement or certification of the speaker’s qualifications, ability, or proficiency to integrate faith and practice or practice social work. NACSW does not assume responsibility for listener’s efforts to apply or utilize information contained in its podcasts.

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