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Upcoming Training

Online Healthy Boundaries 101 - Fundamentals (May 2017)

May 01, 2017 to Jun 02, 2017

Our online Healthy Boundaries 101 for Ministry, led by Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis, begins on May 1. This is an intensive course that allows participants to examine the complex roles and situations of ministry in a thoughtful, reflective way. This course will equip clergy and spiritual teachers to understand the importance of healthy boundaries in ministry and to critically discern the complexities of boundaries in pastoral relationships. Read more...

Teaching Healthy Boundaries 101 & 201 | May 3-4 2017

May 03, 2017 to May 04, 2017

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune Location: Dallas, TX (Residence Inn Dallas DFW Airport South) This course focuses on "prevention" and will equip trainers to teach Healthy Boundaries 101 Fundamentals & 201 Beyond Basics. The course is designed for those who are designated by their judicatory or organization to train clergy and spiritual teachers about healthy boundaries. Read more...

What's New

Mary E. Hunt Honored by Harvard Divinity School

Our friend and colleague, Dr. Mary E. Hunt, has been recognized as one of six recipients of the annual Peter J. Gomes Honors from Harvard Divinity School. Dr. Hunt is being recognized for her work in feminist and liberation theology, as well as for her impact on the Divinity School itself. Mary E. Hunt is the co-founder and co-director of Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual (WATER). Read more...


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Women learn at an early age to live with fear of violence—at home, at school, in the workplace, on the street. This awareness is something we all share even though our ways of coping with it may differ.



GUEST BLOG: Dancing in the Darkness

My friend Amy doesn’t do windows. Unless she happens to be working on a computer system using Microsoft. In that case, she’s an expert, on single PC’s or corporate systems. In the course of this work, with all the fast clicking often required to solve complicated, technological issues, she’s sometimes found herself accidentally running across a whole can of worms no ethical person would dare to ignore. Amy does do doors, if need be. Even if those doors open into places where others might fear to tread.



GUEST BLOG: International Solidarity for Survival {16 Days of Activism} by Mary E. Hunt

Argentine feminists are experienced in struggles against violence. On October 19, 2016, thousands of women took to the streets to protest femicide, the murder of women because of their sex. “Ni Una Menos,” (literally, “not one less,” meaning no more women killed) is the name of the sponsoring group that has now convened the country’s women three times to demand government help with an epidemic of murders. The proximate cause of their demonstrations this time was the rape and murder of Lucia Perez, in Mar del Plata.


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