Faith, Resilience and Practice: The Relationship as the Medium for Connected Teaching

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Shelita Lynn Jackson

Keywords

faith, resilience, relationship, connected teaching

Abstract

The intersection of social work and Christianity presents ample opportunity for relational teaching and learning. The author explores the relationship as the prime medium for faith integration, motivator for fostering resilience in self and others, and the source for authentic connection in social work education and practice.

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