4 edition of Social work in the churches found in the catalog.
by Commission on the Church and Social Service, Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America in New York
Written in English
|Statement||by Arthur E. Holt.|
|Contributions||Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Dept. of Research and Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
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Sure, it is enjoy, nevertheless an interesting and amazing literature. Oct 21, · Congregational Social Work: Christian Perspectives is a vital one-of-a-kind resource for Christians who care about ministering to the needs of other Christians in churches and the needs of the communities in which they live.5/5(7).
Jan 12, · Social workers and others interested in the historical and current interfaces of the church and the profession will find this a must read. The chapters are packed with the narratives of social workers, their motivation for the work, stories of clients and lessons learned.5/5(7).
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I highly recommend the book to senior pastors, youth and college pastors /5. Social Work and Christianity (SWC) is a refereed journal published by the North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) in order to contribute to the growth of social workers in the integration of Christian faith and professional practice.
Social Work Holt () in his classic discussion of social work in the churches reminds us that “religious experience cannot be held in a compartment by itself” (p. The working of the church cannot but spill over into the needs and people around it.
“A vigorous Christianity has always projected. of chapters that acknowledged that social work and the Christian church had deep historical roots (“Social Work’s Legacy: The Methodist Settlement Move-ment” and “Church Social Work”) even when there were tensions between social work as a profession and the Christian faith of the social worker (“When Social.
Congregational Social Work: Christian Perspectives is a vital one-of-a-kind resource for Christians who care about ministering to the needs of other Christians in churches and the needs of the communities in which they live. Based on grounded research on the stories of congregational social workers.
Social work in the churches: a study in the practice of fellowship: prepared for the Educational Committee of the Commission Author: Arthur E Holt ; Federal Council of. Whether it be social work or the church, it is definitely known that where ministers and social workers are competent, people come to them readily and sometimes faster than either can handle effectively.
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Church social work: helping the whole person in the context of the church. [Diana S Richmond Garland;] -- The social work profession has grown in many directions since its beginnings in the settlement houses and the missions of churches, denominational agencies, and the voluntary services of individual.
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