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Got a favorite Web site? A special cyber place that could be a valuable resource for ministry? E-mail us with the Web address at magazine@div.duke.edu and we’ll share it with our readers in this new occasional feature in Divinity.

Congregational Resource Guide

http://www.congregationalresources.org/

The Congregational Resource Guide was created by the Alban Institute and the Indianapolis Center for Congregations to help church leaders connect with resources to address common problems and encourage transformation in their communities of faith. The Web site features an extensive, searchable database of suggested books, articles, Web sites, audio/videotapes, organizations and other resources.


Pulpit & Pew

http://www.pulpitandpew.duke.edu/index.html

Pulpit & Pew is a multifaceted study of pastoral leadership that has been underway at Duke Divinity School with funding from Lilly Endowment Inc. The project Web site features free, downloadable copies of research reports on clergy salaries, clergy supply and other subjects, along with selected survey findings and various articles. Register on the Web site for free e-mail updates.


Vital Theology

http://www.vitaltheology.com

An independent, ecumenical newsletter, Vital Theology examines current events from a theological perspective. Using a traditional journalism approach, the newsletter draws on interviews with theologians, ethicists, biblical scholars and others to get their take on the news of the day. Available online and in print, Vital Theology is published 20 times a year for an annual subscription of $39. Sample issue available to nonsubscribers at the newsletter Web site. Vital Theology is published by David Reid, a United Methodist layman and former communications director at Duke Divinity School.

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