Clergy are notoriously bad at taking care of their own health, even as they administer to the needs of others.
Video from the conversation between Divinity School professors Kate Bowler and Ray Barfield is now available.
The students will join more than 100 Christian leaders in the GLI network to explore how the theology of reconciliation can build peace in the Great Lakes region of East Africa.
Students attended a week-long conference in Uganda to lament and share hope with pastors and peace workers in the region.
Churches located across the U.S. partnered with Duke Divinity School to limit clergy debt.
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.
A report from the Clergy Health Initiative presents practical tips from clergy who have succeeded in cultivating positive mental health.
Will Willimon, a retired United Methodist Church bishop and a professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry at Duke Divinity School, will be the keynote speaker.
An essay and interview by Professor Kate Bowler are lauded by The New York Times and Christianity Today.
The project will be co-led by Professor Norman Wirzba and will explore humanity’s place in an Anthropocene world.
The University of Pennsylvania provost and noted public opinion scholar will take office July 1.
Dean Elaine Heath has announced the appointment of Jerusha Neal as the assistant professor of homiletics at Duke Divinity School effective July 1, 2017.
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