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"The Future is Mestizo" featured Father Virgilio Elizondo and Kit Danley. Recordings are available through iTunes U.

Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, participated in several events at Duke Divinity School. She encouraged students in the Certificate in Prison Studies to experience the grace of prison ministry.

Featured speakers include Richard J. Mouw, Andy Crouch, and Sarah Coakley.

Field education program brings students to small, rural congregations.

Registration is open for Mar. 12, 2012 event that will explore overlooked biblical images for God.

Divinity School professor Willie Jennings receives prestigious AAR "Award of Excellence" for his book The Christian Imagination.

Bishop Ntambo from the Republic of Congo spoke about his experiences planting 157 churches.

The Office of Black Church Studies will host Moss, senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Ill. Nov. 28-29.

Divinity students write notes to thank donors and supporters of Duke Divinity School.

From Faith & Leadership: In an excerpt from his latest book, Professor Norman Wirzba argues that our work as Christians is to develop into godly gardeners, who witness to the life-creating presence of God in the world.

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