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A Response to George Friedman's Latest Book

Dr. Mike Williams, Professor of History at DBU, reviews geopolitical analyst George Friedman's latest book, The Storm Before the Calm: America's Discord, The Coming Crisis and the Triumph Beyond.

Spring trees on campus

The Coming of Spring: Being Renewed by the Spirit

The beauty of springtime brings with it the refreshing renewal of life all around us. As we enter this new season of renewal, we must also challenge ourselves to pursue the Good Shepherd in order to find revitalization within our own spiritual walks.

Martin Luther King Jr.

A Funeral for a Man Named King

As we remember King, we not only remember how he lived but how he died. It’s been 53 years since he stood on that balcony in Memphis, yet violence is still among us: it’s in our speech, in our halls of Congress, in our universities, in our pulpits, and even at our kitchen tables. King’s tragic death serves as an object lesson, for as he often stated: “an eye for an eye leaves everybody blind.”

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Helping Students See Who They Want to Be

MEDHE Program Director, Tish Hearne, discusses the importance of having a both/and and not either/or vision when developing school curriculum and how that vision is needed in order to help students see who they want to be, better reflect the rich history of subjects, and most importantly demonstrate the glory of God's creation.

Symposium

God on the Brain: DBU Faculty Panel Discusses Intersection of Faith, Psychology, and Biology

At a recent Friday Symposium, DBU professors engaged in an interdisciplinary conversation on issues related to faith and contemporary neuroscience.

Carter Woodson

The Legacy of Carter G. Woodson

Dr. Tempress Asagba, DBU's Dean of Students and Chair of the Community Advocates for Racial Equality (CARE) Committee, reflects on the foundations of Black History Month and the legacy of Carter G. Woodson.

Martin Luther King Memorial in DC

The Beloved Community: The Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and Our Reality

On the third Monday of January, we pause as a nation to honor not how King died, but how he lived and gave his life to help "redeem the soul of America."

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Comfort in the Midst of Grief

It is a normal reaction to desire a “How to Grieve” handbook with all the steps listed out with crystal clarity. The truth is, there is no right way to grieve. Experiencing the loss of a student, friend, a classmate, a daughter, or a sister will produce a myriad of emotions, and sometimes the best thing to do is simply allow the waves of emotion to come.

September IGE Webinars

Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) Virtual Webinars Feature Authors Justin Giboney and Dr. Shelette Stewart

In the month of September, the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) hosted informative webinars featuring two published thought leaders. First Justin Giboney, co-founder of The And Campaign, spoke on the topic of pursuing redemptive justice, and then internationally-sought after speaker Dr. Shelette Stewart, founder of Stewart Consulting, LLC, addressed the connection between one's calling and career.