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Back cover: Why do people volunteer? People help other people because they have learned one of life's great secrets: help one other person and you will also help yourself and your community.  You Can Make a Difference is a celebration of the spirit of giving and a guide for those who want to take a step toward a more fulfilling life. 

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Volunteer Management Associates
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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Prepared for the 100 Year Immigration Celebration at the "Y", Philadelphia, PA May 1983
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Voluntary Action Leadership, Winter 1978
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Corporation for National and Community Service, Washington, DC
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The Care and Feeding of Volunteers, Chapter Six
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Term Paper submitted for course at Northern Illinois University, May 1983
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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Office for Church Life and Leadership, United Church of Christ
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grapevine newsletter, Joint Strategy and Action Committee Inc., June 1987
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The Christian Ministry, May 1973
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LEADERSHIP magazine, Summer quarter, 1982
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Chapter 14, The Church Creative: A Reader on the Revival of the Church, Abingdon Press, Nashville.
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NEW CONVERSATIONS, Board for Homeland Ministries of the United Church of Christ, New York, NY Fall 1988
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Conference handouts, received February 1993
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Division for Parish Services, Lutheran Church of America, Philadelphia, PA
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This book for churches points out common problems congregations face when it comes to member involvement and service, establishes management principles, answers questions, and offers a plan to turn the volunteer challenge into a reality. It's written from a Christian perspective.

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Augsburg Publishing House
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The Care and Feeding of Volunteers, Chapter Four.
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National Federation of Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, Inc., Kingston, NY
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A Dissertation submitted to National Catholic School of Social Service of The Catholic University of America, 1997
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Volunteer Administration, Association for Volunteer Administration, 1978
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An interactive group activity for religious leaders for analyzing how their congregations work, conducting an organizational analysis of their organization, and identifying areas that deserve further attention. Though The Church Puzzle Game uses the word ‘‘church” in its title and instructions, the content of the Game was written with the intention to help any faith community, religious body, or house of worship.

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Energize, Inc.
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