Sharing thoughts for Christians in Social Work
Our members share their experiences related to faith and social work. NACSW encourages healthy, respectful and civil discussion – even when we don’t necessarily agree with each other – about these issues both on our blog and in our interactions with each other and other members of the social work profession.
The North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) thanks you for engaging with us on our blog. As you prepare your comments for posting to our blog, please keep the following in mind:
1) NACSW represents a Christian voice within the Social Work profession. At the same time, we realize that there will be differences of opinion among our members and friends regarding issues of interest to Christians in social work. NACSW encourages healthy, respectful and civil discussion – even when we don’t necessarily agree with each other – about these issues both on our blog and in our interactions with each other and other members of the social work profession.
2) As a Christian organization, NACSW asks that you respect our desire to create a safe blogging community in which members and friends can ask genuine questions and have honest discussions about the integration of faith and practice.
3) We understand that there are many ideas and positions that not all of our members or friends agree on. As such, unless otherwise stated, blog posts and responses do NOT necessarily represent the views of NACSW or its entire membership. Views and opinions stated are those of the post author and contribute to the greater discussion and dialogue about faith and social work practice.
4) NACSW reserves the right to moderate all comments before they are posted and remove those that are deemed offensive, off-topic, or otherwise inappropriate. A commenter may appeal this action to the Blog Editor via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).