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Class at Christian Community Development Association national conference explored models of pilgrimages.

Innovative program offers students and people with intellectual or developmental disabilities the opportunity to live together in community.

Duke Chapel posts archive of sermons showcasing the legacy of leading ministers. Read more on Duke Today.

Women in Ministry Day Oct. 9–10 gives prospective students a unique opportunity to visit.

The pre-orientation program connects learning to the service of God.

Student group creates a safe environment for LGBTQ students in the church.

Professor Richard Lischer’s new memoir about his son’s death generates national attention in media, churches, dioceses, medical communities, and elsewhere.

The Hispanic House of Studies at the school is coordinating a workshop that explores the joys, challenges, and best practices in ministering in a cross-cultural context.

Professor Kate Bowler’s first book provides a broad account of the American prosperity gospel and receives favorable national and international reviews.

Fred Bahnson, M.T.S. '00, has written a new book, “Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith." The News & Observer reports on his role in the church gardening movement.

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