from Thriving Rural Communities
The 2013 Convocation & Pastors' School will explore ways Christian communities are breathing new life into the church. Register today.
A new fellowship center at TRC partner church Rhems UMC in New Bern, N.C. will be used to teach dozens of Burmese refugees.
Brad Thie is appointed director of the Thriving Rural Communities initiative, a partnership between Duke Divinity School, The Duke Endowment, and the North Carolina UMC annual conferences.
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.
On a ministry fellowship in rural North Carolina, Divinity student Jason Villegas sees God in dancing—and popsicles. Read the story in Duke Magazine.
Heath shares her experiences developing faith communities in the United Methodist tradition at Rural Convocation.
Join us for the August 13-15 event featuring Rev. Dr. Elaine Heath and the FolkPsalm Trio.
In the small farming town of Cedar Grove, N.C., an unsolved murder helped whites and blacks imagine a better future.
Rev. Tim Reaves discusses practical, faithful, and fruitful ways for small churches to share Christ with their communities. Download audio via iTunes U.
Research professor Norman Wirzba addressed questions about the connection of theology to food and food production on an episode of Duke’s “Office Hours.”
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