from the Center for Reconciliation
The Center for Reconciliation's Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope gives students a chance to experience God and revelation in new ways.
Students who attended community development conference expand their ministry of reconciliation.
As churches explore a theology of reconciling with the land, Reconcilers Weekend on Sept. 21 and 22 offers support and resources.
The theme for the Sept. 21-22 event is "Making Peace with the Land: Embracing God's Call to Reconcile with Creation."
140 Christian ministry leaders from across the United States and the world convened at the Divinity School for workshops, prayer, and community.
Making Peace with the Land explores how communities can reconcile through harvesting and eating together.
The components of Christ-based reconciliation go beyond strategies of peacemaking or conflict resolution, say Chris Rice and Emmanuel Katongole.
The Spring 2012 issue of DIVINITY magazine features the theme of reconciliation and explores the ways that Duke Divinity School engages with reconciliation both theologically and practically.
Herman, program coordinator at the Center for Reconciliation, spoke on NPR about the Kony 2012 video and the work of Ugandan faith leaders to impact social change.
Applications for “The Ministry of Reconciliation in a Divided World” (May 28 – June 2, 2012) will be accepted through April 30.