from the Center for Reconciliation
African Great Lakes Initiative leaders voiced a commitment to local leadership and shared lessons with leaders in other regions.
Scott Schomburg, M.Div ‘13, explores what makes the institute important to the life of Duke Divinity School.
Dayna Olson-Getty served the center as as U.S. and student programs coordinator.
The African Great Lakes program saw greater leadership from African partners this year.
Divinity School alumni discovered the importance of seeing and naming brokenness during their time with CFR.
Class at Christian Community Development Association national conference explored models of pilgrimages.
Davelaar will work to strengthen partnerships with Christian leaders of ministries of reconciliation throughout the world.
The intensive weeklong institute gave Christian leaders involved in reconciliation ministry an opportunity to reflect, refresh, and share resources.
David Porter, who taught at the Divinity School in 2006 while on sabbatical with the CFR, has a new appointment with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Faith & Leadership interviewed the Korean-American church leader during a consultation on Northeast Asia hosted by CFR.
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