Serving in more than three dozen countries and all 50 states, nearly 6,000 alumni of the Divinity School are transforming ministry worldwide. Alumni stay engaged with the school through many avenues, including our annual Convocation & Pastors’ School, lectures and other gatherings, and our lifelong learning programs.
Barber Receives Cook Award
The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, M.Div. '89 and president of the North Carolina NAACP, has been selected to receive the Cook Society's distinguished service award.
Claire Wimbush: Broken People Walking Toward Wholeness
Claire Wimbush, a Duke Divinity School graduate born with spastic cerebral palsy, reflects on how the wounded body of Jesus reveals a wholeness that doesn't depend on physical perfection.
Coffee Shops, Guitars, and a Running Trail
Divinity School graduates plant new churches in North Carolina, sparking renewal in unexpected places.
Convocation & Pastors' School Recordings
Audio and images from the 2013 event, "Renewing the Church," are online.
Deep and Wide: The Renewal of the Church
Laceye Warner, a featured speaker at the 2013 Convocation & Pastors' School, writes that renewal is about more than attendance and budgets.
Bahnson Helped Grow the Church Garden Movement in NC
Fred Bahnson, M.T.S. '00, has written a new book, “Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith." The News & Observer reports on his role in the church gardening movement.
Cultivate Space for God's Spirit
The 2013 Convocation & Pastors' School will explore ways Christian communities are breathing new life into the church. Register today.
John Dormois on Public Radio's "The Story"
Cardiologist Dormois, M.Div. '13, came to Duke Divinity School to explore the spiritual side of medicine. He talks about why he enrolled and what he learned in an interview with Dick Gordon.
A Young Clergywoman’s Call
Tiffany Thomas, M.Div. '11, is thriving where God has planted her. In a video from UMTV, she talks about serving an inner city church.