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  • Author:
    James W Ellor,F. Ellen Netting
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    0789027348
  • ISBN13:
    978-0789027344
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    Routledge; 1 edition (March 6, 2005)
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    178 pages
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Start by marking Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services (Journal of Religious Gerontology Monographic Separates) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This unique book offers perspectives from traditional and nontraditional faith-based groups, as well as experts in volunteerism.

Micro Practice and Faith-Based Initiatives: The Role of Religious Congregations in the Social Service System (James W. Ellor). Faith-Related Agencies and Their Implications for Aging Services (F. Ellen Netting)

Micro Practice and Faith-Based Initiatives: The Role of Religious Congregations in the Social Service System (James W. Ellen Netting). Dialogue with Elizabeth Seale-Scott, Director, Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, . Department of Health & Human Services (James W. Ellor and F. Baptist Perspectives on Faith-Based Initiatives and Religious Liberty (Jon Singletary).

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Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services. by James W Ellor, F. Ellen Netting. Find signed collectible books: 'Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services (Journal of Religious Gerontology Monographic Separates)'. ISBN 9780789027344 (978-0-7890-2734-4) Softcover, Routledge, 2005. Health Through Faith and Community. by F. Ellen Netting and James W. Ellor.

This well-referenced book includes more than 50 illustrations, handouts, and figures, as well as numerous resources .

This well-referenced book includes more than 50 illustrations, handouts, and figures, as well as numerous resources for prayer, activity, discussion, self-reflection, Bible study, and practical applications that will help connect personal faith with congregations and communities. The study sessions presented in Health Through Faith and Community are arranged in a series that can be easily adapted to adult Sunday school classes, workshops, retreats, and independent study.

Faith Based Initiatives and Older Adults. Binghamton: The Haworth Press. Separation of church and state: Impact of faith-based services. Journal of Religious Gerontology, 17(1/2). CHAPTERS IN BOOKS 12 Bracki, . & Ellor, J.Bourguignon (E., Toward Successful Adoption. In F. E. Netting & J. W. Ellor (Ed., Faith - Based Initiatives and Older Adults. Micro practice and faith based initiatives: The role of religious congregations in the social service system. Koepke, . (2005).

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Gain an understanding of the increased role religious congregations now play in providing social support to the elderlyReligious congregations and faith-based organizations (FBO) from the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions have worked on behalf of older adults for centuries. But the initiation of President Bush’s Office of Faith-Based Initiatives has raised many questions from both the traditional secular and sectarian services as well as many nontraditional services found in each community. Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services addresses the issues of the separation of church and state, the concerns involved in developing social services in religious congregations, and the larger public policy implications of this office. This unique book offers perspectives from traditional and nontraditional faith-based groups, as well as experts in volunteerism.The enactment by Congress of the Charitable Choice section of the federal welfare reform law combined with the creation of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives in the United States Department of Health and Human Services to signal a high-level of interest in supporting faith-based organizations. Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services focuses on the specific applications of services provided by religious congregations. Editors F. Ellen Netting and James W. Ellor conducted an in-depth interview with Elizabeth Seal-Scott, then Director of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (an edited transcript of the interview is included in the book) to help promote understanding of the development and implementation of faith-based, grass roots programs.Faith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services examines: the separation of church and state Baptist perspectives on faith-based initiatives and religious liberty managing older volunteers faith organizations and ethnically diverse elders the heritage of religion and spirituality in the field of gerontology faith-related agencies and their implications for aging services the role of religious congregations in the social service systemFaith-Based Initiatives and Aging Services is an essential resource for anyone interested in developing programs for older adults in religious congregations, for human services staffs seeking to work with faith-based initiatives, and for government workers in need of a better understanding of faith-based services in their community.