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Duke Divinity School Center for Reconciliation
407 Chapel Drive, Durham, North Carolina 27708
In partnership with the Conflict Transformation Ministries of the NC Conference of the United Methodist Church, and with co-sponsorship from Hispanic House of Studies, Methodist House of Studies and Thriving Rural Communities, the Duke Center for Reconciliation is pleased to host a yearlong series of conversations about conflict transformation.
Often conflict arises due to a lack of healthy boundaries or the transgression of boundaries. Personal boundaries define «what is me» and «what is not me.» Communal boundaries describe «what is us» and «what is not us.» Relational covenants help transform conflict by defining personal or communal boundaries. Created in community, relational covenants are useful, living documents that promote clarity and accountability in faith communities, families, workplaces, teams, clubs, and other settings.
Presenter: Rev. Beth M. Crissman, Blue Ridge District Superintendent and Missional Strategist, NC Conference of the United Methodist Church
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Location: Duke Divinity School, Room 0013 Westbrook