The event sought to equip religious leaders and places of worship in the ministry of providing sanctuary to immigrants and vulnerable populations.
Throughout February, the Divinity School will feature the Sankofa Black Alumni Preaching Series to celebrate the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
The project will be co-led by Professor Norman Wirzba and will explore humanity’s place in an Anthropocene world.
More than 130 African leaders met in Kampala, Uganda, Jan. 11-17, 2015, for the ninth Great Lakes Initiative (GLI) gathering and fourth Leadership Institute.
Coonrod will speak on Flannery O'Connor for the DITA Distinguished Lecture Series.
Clergy Health Initiative's two-year holistic wellness program saw drop in clergy with metabolic syndrome.
Conference for pastors and students will address church outreach efforts.
Holladay will speak Feb. 17 and 18 as part of the annual Clark lectures.
The conference will bring pastors and students together to discuss new ways of forming churches.
Every Tuesday in February, the Divinity School celebrated the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
Divinity School's Clergy Health Initiative is a partner in the 40-day program.
Professor Luke Bretherton will lead the 2015 AEHS Study Day Feb. 16 on “Faith and Politics: Poverty, Power, and Privilege."
Divinity graduate Rev. William Barber will deliver the keynote address.
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