Acts of Faith

April 9, 2009 

Duke Divinity School student Eun Sung Kim leans back in prayer while walking the labyrinth, a 40-foot circular path in Duke University Chapel. The winding path is an ancient spiritual tradition in many faiths, and visitors were encouraged to walk at their own pace, pause, reflect and pray. 'I treated the labyrinth as my own spiritual journey,' said Eun Sung Kim, who is from from High Point. 'I was trying to open myself up to God at each point along the way.' Duke University Chapel, the Office of the Divinity School Chaplain and the Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South sponsored the labyrinth; this is the eighth year that the chapel has had a labyrinth.

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