Serving in more than three dozen countries and all 50 states, nearly 6,000 alumni of the Divinity School are transforming ministry worldwide. Alumni stay engaged with the school through many avenues, including our annual Convocation & Pastors’ School, lectures and other gatherings, and our lifelong learning programs.
"I Long for the Church of Many Identities"
Isaac Villegas, M.Div. '06, celebrates the church that allows everyone to work together to create communities of abundant life.
Pentecost and the Biker Church
Cheryl M. Lawrence, M.Div. '05, finds that the Holy Spirit descends upon her on the back of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
Holding Ideals in Bloodstained Hands
Army chaplain Mel Baars, M.Div. '08, ponders the question a Divinity School professor once asked: How can she be a part of an organization that breaks things on purpose?
Dan Struble Named Associate Dean for External Relations
Struble brings extensive fundraising experience to the Divinity School.
Photo Submissions Needed for Mosaic
The Divinity School seeks images of Christian life for collaborative art project, part of the 2013 Convocation & Pastors' School.
Divinity Grad on Rachel Maddow Show
Rev. Michael McBride, M.Div. '05, of PICO National Network talks with Rachel Maddow about the importance of gun safety activism. Watch the video, starting at 12 minutes, 23 seconds into the clip.
Darriel Harris: 'Let Me Tell You a Story'
Harris, M.Div. '11, writes in Faith & Leadership about how the South Sudanese culture of storytelling taught him how to use Bible stories to teach and to delight.
Divinity Grad Helps Women Nourish Their Spirituality In And Out Of The Church
"Everything we do everyday is in fact sacred," says Jeanette Stokes, D '77, founder of the Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South, on WUNC's The State of Things.
Youth Ministry That's More Than Fun and Games
At Clemson UMC, a Duke Divinity School M.A.C.P. student has helped change its approach to youth ministry, adopting a richer, deeper model aimed at forming young people into devoted disciples.