From pastoral care seminars in South America to internships in the Bahamas, dozens of Candler students each year have life-changing experiences through the school's varied international programs--academic exchanges and internships from Brazil to Kenya to South Korea and beyond, and travel seminars spanning five continents.
Six months after he delivered a lecture to suggest ways to move from our current state of racial injustice toward beloved community, the words of Laney Professor in Moral Leadership Robert Franklin, published in the latest Candler Connection, remain resonant and relevant.
Chronicle of Higher Education Recognizes Ellison as 'Dedicated Scholar-Activist'
Emory News Center, July 22
Franklin Sees Moral Leadership in Charleston
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 22
Fry Brown Comments on History of Violence Against Black Churches
Religion News Service, June 18
Abbington Plays Key Role in Pipe Organ Restoration
Creative Loafing, June 18
Emory's Franklin, Students Explore Moral Leadership Issues in South Korea
Emory News Center, May 22
This second Centennial edition of Connection carries us through to the close of Candler's 100-year anniversary celebration. While the first Centennial edition of the magazine reflected on the story of our first 100 years, this issue leads us into the realm of prophecy, as we consider how Candler is -- or can be -- an instrument of God's voice in the world.