“Sit in thy cell, and thy cell will teach thee all.” - Abba Moses, Desert Father
I took this picture of one of the many beautiful flowers I saw on my second trip to Haiti. I share below how I learned to look for the flowers.
Mrs. Brenda Brodie is a co-recipient of the 2014 Duke University Chapel Humanitarian Service Award. She writes here about the blessings and benefits of community gardening. Brenda has been a significant voice for the development of community gardening spaces in Durham. She is the co-founder and former board chair of SEEDS.
December 9, 2014
Rev. Dr. Colin Miller is a co-recipient of the 2014 Duke University Chapel Humanitarian Service Award. He writes here about how a group of people came to pray, eat, and live together, and eventually became friends across differences. This is a short history of how this community came into being.
Le Dernier soupir du Christ by Julien-Michel Gue (1789-1843)
How can the Church stand at the foot of the cross with those who weep as victims and survivors of violence? Guest blogger Rev. Angela Compton Nelson reflects on Domestic Violence and silence in the Church.
Rev. Dr. Tammy Rodman speaks about her ministry for women who have suffered abuse called Sanctuary Outreach Ministry at a recent community meeting. This is a guest blog by Rev. Dr. Rodman.