"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.
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.
Dean Richard Hays, Ellen Davis, and Stanley Hauerwas discuss the formation of scriptural imagination and its importance in the renewal of the church.
Many of the nation’s veterans are in desperate need of community, and the church should welcome them, writes Ferguson, M.Div. '10, a Navy chaplain.
Levine will lecture Feb. 20-21 on "’I didn't mean to sound anti-Jewish': Historical Ignorance, cultural stereotype, and New Testament interpretation” and "Of Bridegrooms and Virgins: Jesus and Jewish Women."
Turner, professor of the practice of homiletics and a member of one of the first classes to include African Americans, will speak on "Praise, Protest & Power: 50 Years in the Making," complementing the 50th anniversary of Duke's first black undergraduate students.
Rev. Laura Beach, a Thriving Rural Communities fellow and Duke Divinity alumna now serving Longtown UMC in Yadkinville, N.C., describes the richness she finds in rural ministry.
The story of Moses provides us with lessons in Christian leadership for God's people today, writes Dean Richard Hays in Divinity magazine.
Divinity School aims to raise $80 million as its part of the university-wide campaign.
Andy Crouch, who will lecture at the 2012 Convocation & Pastors' School Oct. 15-16, discusses what it means for Christians to be fully involved in the life of thriving cities.