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

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.

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.

Redesigned Divinity website to showcase faculty scholarship and teaching, stories about alumni and students, and opportunities to engage in degree- and non-degree programs.

Read about the summer experiences of Duke Divinity School students serving in field education placements.

Nominations will be accepted through September 30, 2010.

Sermon by Professor Richard Hays, who became Duke Divinity School’s dean July 1, preached June 10 at the opening session of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

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

In a reflection for the Clergy Health Initiative, Thriving Rural Communities director Jeremy Troxler reminds us that sometimes the salves for our sicknesses are surprisingly simple.