Tolu Sosanya (D’09) shares her transformation from apathy to passion as a student at the Center for Reconciliation. Sosanya now works at New Song Urban Ministries in community development.

Christians will read this book about the failure of Christianity in Rwanda with both “tears of lament and as a call to be witnesses to the gospel.” Mark Gornik reviews Mirror to the Church.

Explore how music can help inform and re-shape the way one imagines Christian hope at the 2011 AEHS Study Day featuring Jeremy Begbie, director of the Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts.

“In this season, through faithful endurance and through the encouragement of the scriptures, we indeed find hope (Rom 15:4) …,” says Dean Richard B. Hays.

Hans Arneson D’04, a Ph.D. student at Duke University, is studying theology and religion during the 2010-11 academic year at Heidelberg University in Germany on a U.S. Fulbright scholarship.

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.”

Assistant Research Professor Edgardo Colón-Emeric discusses with The Duke Endowment the steps the Divinity School is taking to support and advance Hispanic/Latino ministry in North Carolina.

The three new degrees are the Doctor of Ministry, the Master of Arts in Christian Studies, and the Master of Arts in Christian Practice.

Professor Norman Wirzba will answer questions on what theology has to say about food and how food is produced in a live webcast “Office Hours” interview beginning at noon Nov. 12.