Tag Archives: Social Work

Waypoints: Plotting a course to calling Waypoint 3: Gordon College

Waypoint 3 – Adelphi University, Bayport, NY I returned to Long Island to pursue my MSW from a rather prestigious clinical social work school (ranked in top ten of all CSW schools).  I purposed to develop my counseling skills and … Continue reading

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Ministry Experience

I’ve been bi-vocational for awhile, often Social Work has taken the lead, as I am a clinical social worker and that has enabled me to get my ministry degrees.  Also, if you consider all a social worker does, you can … Continue reading

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Top Ten Posts for March 2012

Youth Ministry and Creating Change 9 Priorities in Starting a Youth Ministry (Part 1) Confidentiality: Keeping Personal Things Private Coping through a Miscarriage About Me What should an Ideal Pastor’s wife Be??? Unrealistic Expectations of a Youth Ministry Spouse Ministry … Continue reading

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Spirit-Filled Social Work

Spirit Filled Social Work Recently found: Spirit Filled Social Work, a great blog by @SOWKConfessions.  Here is an excerpt from their latest blog: Spirit Filled Social Work Understanding the purpose and presence of the Holy Spirit is not something that … Continue reading

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Social Work Infographic From USC

Social Work is still an expanding field.  I would encourage those entering youth ministry to look into a training in social work to help build a skill set that will help them in ministry for years to come.

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