Faith, work, and praxis : a process model of integration for Christian student affairs administrators.
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Allen, Cara Elise, 1991-
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The purpose of this study is to better understand the faith integration process of Christian student affairs administrators. The concept of faith integration has prompted scholars to study this phenomenon for institutions as whole as well as for faculty members. However, the research surrounding student affairs administrators and how their faith shapes their work is insufficient. The findings of this study provide a model that illustrates the process student affairs administrators employ to connect their faith to their work. The findings suggest that the model is not confined to specific Christian denominations, but it can be implemented by various Christian identities. The model may help student affairs administrators consider how they express their faith in their work, and help them continue to engage in this practice in meaningful ways.