Ministry to the Marginalized

Join DTS and keynote speaker Kay Warren on April 20, 2015, as we engage this complex, often difficult,
but treasure-filled part of our congregations and society.

Ministry to the Marginalized

As the church seeks to reflect Jesus in its ministry, we should be moved by Jesus’ reputation of caring for society's fringe. Those living with mental illness and developmental disabilities have consistently found themselves in society's margins, often being shunned or ignored. Yet each person is an image-bearer of our God, has a role in His kingdom, and deserves love and care. So how do we sensitively minister to those on the fringes of our communities and reflect the kind of care Jesus gave? How do we compassionately exhort God’s people, in all areas of ability, to follow Him and work toward His redemption of the world?

Date and Location

Monday, April 20, 2015
at Dallas Theological Seminary, Lamb Auditorium

Registration Fee

  • $70/person (until 2/20/2015)
  • $85/person (until 4/3/2015)
  • $95/person (after 4/3/2015)


Discounted Fee

  • $60/person for groups of 5 or more (until 4/3/15)
  • $50/person for DTS alumni
  • $25/person for DTS employees
  • $25/person for students
  • Special volunteer rate available. Contact Kym Cook at kcook@dts.edu to apply.
Kay Warren

Kay Warren

Kay Warren cofounded Saddleback Church with her husband Rick Warren in Lake Forest, California. She is a passionate Bible teacher and respected advocate for those living with HIV and AIDS, orphaned and vulnerable children, as well as for those affected by a mental illness. She founded Saddleback's HIV&AIDS Initiative. Kay is the author of Choose Joy: Because Happiness Isn't Enough and Say Yes to God, and coauthor of Foundations, the popular systematic theology course used by churches worldwide. Her children are Amy and Josh, and Matthew who is in Heaven, and she has five grandchildren.