By learning about the needs of diverse communities, broadening perspectives about social justice, and staying rooted in the belief that all people are image bearers of God, the Dordt College social work program aims to equip students for professional practice and for lives of service in the contexts to which they are called.

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Faculty Work from 2017

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Voice of God, Erin Olson

Faculty Work from 2016

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Are Christian Children Selfish?, Abby M. Foreman

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Healthcare Costs in the U.S., Kristin Van De Griend

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce, Erin Olson

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Lose the Guilt, Find the Grace, Erin Olson

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Parent-Child Interaction Techniques and Traumatized Children, Tara Boer

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Understanding Yourself as a Parent, Tara Boer

Faculty Work from 2015

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Birds and the Bees, Erin Olson

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Christian Civility, Erin Olson

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I Didn’t Come From a Normal Family, Erin Olson

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In the Era of Mean Tweets… And Much, Much Worse, Abby M. Foreman

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Kate Martin: Individual and Couples Therapist and Workshop Leader, Erin Olson and Diana S. Richmond Garland

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Learning by Leading: Using Social Work Month Planning as Task Group Engagement, Abby M. Foreman and Erin Olson

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Lent: Unless I Wash You, Tara Boer

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Preparing: Be Filled, Erin Olson

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Serving Families in Broken Situations, Tara Boer

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Stress-Free Christmas?, Erin Olson

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To Those Who Know a Hurting Child, Tara Boer

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What Does it Mean to be Pro-Life?, Erin Olson

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Who Must Take the Lead in Immigration Reform?, Abby M. Foreman

Faculty Work from 2014

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Faith in the Classroom: Teaching Adolescent Faith Development in a HBSE Course, Erin Olson

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Perceptions of the Contract-for-Service Relationship: The Impact of Trust, Abby M. Foreman and Matthew R. Fairholm

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Seek Justice, Encourage the Oppressed, Abby M. Foreman

Submissions from 2011

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Hole in Our Gospel: The Answer that Changed My Life and Might Just Change the World (Book Review), Abby M. Foreman

Submissions from 2010

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Who Cares for Our Children? The Child Care Crisis in the Other America (Book Review), Erin Olson

Submissions from 2007

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Less Than Two Dollars a Day: A Christian View of World Poverty and the Free Market (Book Review), Abby M. Jansen

Submissions from 2005

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Saving America? Faith-Based Services and the Future of Civil Society (Book Review), Jim Vanderwoerd

Submissions from 2002

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Beautiful Risk: A New Psychology of Loving and Being Loved (Book Review), Carl Dragt

Submissions from 2001

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Government, Religion, and Social Welfare in Canada and The Netherlands: Implications for the Welfare State, Jim Vanderwoerd

Submissions from 1996

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Calling: A Spirituality Model for Social Work Practice, Beryl Hugen

Submissions from 1995

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Doing Good and Welfare Dependency, Beryl Hugen

Submissions from 1994

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Poor You Will Have With You Always, Beryl Hugen

Submissions from 1986

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Challenge of Poverty to the Reformed Community, Fred J. De Jong

Submissions from 1984

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Defining Ethnology and Religious Science (Book Review), Fred J. De Jong

Submissions from 1983

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Christian Perspectives on Sociology (Book Review), Fred J. De Jong

Submissions from 1977

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Bread for the World (Book Review), E. L. Hebden Taylor

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Right to Live: The Right to Die (Book Review), E. L. Hebden Taylor

Submissions from 1976

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Christianity on Trial (Book Review), E. L. Hebden Taylor

Submissions from 1975

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Christian and the Penal Law, E. L. Hebden Taylor

Submissions from 1974

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State of British Christianity Today, E. L. Hebden Taylor