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Leadership Education at Duke Divinity grants Traditioned Innovation Awards

Leadership Education at Duke Divinity grants Traditioned Innovation Awards to initiatives that engage in experiments to transform communities by living out the convictions of an ancient faith in the current challenging circumstances. The awardees inspire Christian leaders to consider our convictions and daily activities so that we may more abundantly bear witness to the reign of God. 

The 2017 winners are The Brain Kitchen of Marion, Ind.; First Nations Kitchen, a ministry of All Saint's Episcopal Indian Mission of Minneapolis, Minn.; GO FISH! of Pullman, Wash.; and the Kuhnekt Initiative at The Grove of Charlotte, N.C. Each will each receive $10,000 and be featured in Faith & Leadership.
 

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