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As Haiti struggles to recover from January’s devastating earthquake, the boys at Trinity House look forward to a future measured in fragrant loaves of bread.

The Huffington Post comments on the Divinity School’s Clergy Heath Initiative and discusses causes of clergy burnout.

ICEOL offers APPEAL training to improve care for African American patients and families at the end of life.

The Aug. 31 event begins at 11:25 a.m. at Duke Chapel; a celebratory concert, The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, by Benjamin Britten, follows in Goodson Chapel at 7:30 p.m.

Rev. Todd Maberry and fellow alumnus R.G. Lyons are currently leading house churches committed to building relationships across racial and denominational lines.

Robin Swift, director of health programs with the Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity School, talks with NPR about clergy burnout and related health issues.

A sermon by Kenneth Carder, Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams Jr. professor of the practice of Christian ministry.

The New York Times writes about obesity, hypertension, and depression among clergy and the Divinity School’s Clergy Health Initiative, which studies such problems.

This conference, Friendship at the Margins, to be held Sept. 24-25, is designed for congregational leaders, seminarians, and Christian activists interested in pursuing new models of mission in the world.

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