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Kendall Vanderslice, M.T.S. '19, writes in the Indy Week about how baking break is a central metaphor in her religious practice—a form of prayer and a way to connect with past generations while creating community now.

Duke Chapel Dean Luke A. Powery and three other editors recognized for lectionary commentary series for preachers.

On March 29 at 7 p.m., Duke Initiatives in Theology in the Arts (DITA) at Duke Divinity School will host an evening of music and conversation reflecting on the lives and legacies of martyrs.

Five Divinity School students attended the ninth annual Great Lakes Initiative leadership institute in Kampala, Uganda, on Jan. 6-11, 2019.

Smith is a public theologian who seeks the well-being of the people, especially vulnerable communities such as those facing the end of life and those on the margins.

Lynn Holmes went from decades of executive leadership to preparation for ministry through field education.

The Rev. Elizabeth Henry of Jackson has been named program director of Thriving in Ministry, a new ecumenical program offered by the Center for Ministry at Millsaps College that will support clergywomen across the South.

Thomas McGolthlin won the award for his published work, “Resurrection as Salvation: Development and Conflict in Pre-Nicene Paulinism.” 

The Duke Youth Academy for Christian Formation hires gifted and passionate college and seminary students, pastors, lay leaders, and youth pastors to journey with 40 high school students each year. The application deadline is February 15, 2019.

EducationNC writes about the Thriving Rural Communities initiative at Duke Divinity and a recent meeting that discussed stewardship, cultural humility, and theology.

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