Table of contents for Faith-based initiatives and aging services / F. Ellen Netting, James W. Ellor, editors.

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Dedication 
Faith-Based Initiatives 
and Aging Services 
CONTENTS 
Word from the Editor 
James W. Ellor, Ph.D., D.Min., LCSW, DCSW, CGP 
Separation of Church and State: 
Impact on Faith-Based Services 
Rev. James W. Ellor, PhD, DMin, LCPC, LCSW, 
ACSW, BCD, DCSW, CGP 
Micro Practice and Faith Based Initiatives: 
The Role of Religious Congregations 
in the Social Service System 
Rev. James W. Ellor, PhD, D.Min., LCPC, LCSW, 
ACSW, BCD, DCSW, CGP 
Faith-Related Agencies and Their 
Implications for Aging Services 
F. Ellen Netting 
Dialogue with Elizabeth Seale-Scott, Director, Center 
for Faith-Based and Community Initiative, U.S. Department 
of Health & Human Services 
Baptist Perspectives on Faith-Based 
Initiatives and Religious Liberty 
Jon Singletary, PhD, MSW, MDiv 
Wherefore the Faith-Based Initiative: 
A commentary and analysis 
Ronald H. Field, MS 
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Managing Older Volunteers: Implications for Faith-Based 
organizations 113 
Nancy L. Macduff 
Faith Organizations and Ethically Diverse Elders: 
A Community Action Model 129 
Terry Tirrito, PhD 
Gil Choi, PhD 
The Heritage of Religion and Spirituality in the Field 
of Gerontology: Don Clingan, Tom Cook, and 
149 the National Interfaith Coalition on Aging 
James W. Ellor, PhD 
Melvin A. Kimble, PhD

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Aging -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Older Christians -- Religious life.
Church work with older people.
Church charities -- United States.
Human services -- United States.
Church and state -- United States.