Six Black students from Duke Divinity School preached in local churches on the Office of Black Church Studies Preaching Sunday.
Duke Divinity School has announced the recipients of numerous student awards for the 2018-19 academic year.
Two students in the Th.D. program in homiletics received the award to help fund their studies after doctoral coursework.  
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.
Five Divinity School students attended the ninth annual Great Lakes Initiative leadership institute in Kampala, Uganda, on Jan. 6-11, 2019.
Lynn Holmes went from decades of executive leadership to preparation for ministry through field education.
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.
Duke Divinity students spent a week in Japan, where they worshipped together and attended seminars in order to enrich their understanding of reconciliation.
Duke Divinity School welcomed an entering class of 200 new students from 30 different states and four other countries.
Video is now available of the service, with Professor William Turner preaching.

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