The mission of Dallas Theological Seminary is to
glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders
for the proclamation of His Word and the
building up of the body of Christ worldwide.
Registration for the Winter 2015 and Spring 2016 sessions will be open Monday, October 5th to Friday, October 23rd. To avoid a late registration fee, student's are encouraged to register for at least one class in each session they might be enrolled. Schedule changes can be made without penalty, before the respective payment deadlines.
For more information please visit, the Registrar's page at www.dts.edu/registrar
Or call 214-887-5350, or 1-800-387-9673 Ext. 5350
Ministering in a Changing Community, a town and country church seminar hosted by href="http://www.rhma.org">RHMA, will be held at DTS Saturday, Oct 10 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm in CAC.
Seminar leaders include Dr. Ron Klassen (DTS Visiting Professor) and Dr. Barney Wells (Seminary Dean at Lincoln Christian University). Dr. Mark Bailey will also speak on "Things the School of Hard Knocks Has Taught Me about Change".
DTS students may register online for FREE. Lunch is provided.
Students may also take the seminar for one-hour of credit by submitting an Independent Study form, located on campusnet under Forms and Information, to the Registrar’s Office.
add to calendar
Brown Bag: How to thrive in ministry as a single woman in a conservative Muslim context
Join the Christar (www.Christar.org) team for a free lunch and hear from an alumnus sharing her experience and strategy from the field. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., in Todd 114.
For more information, contact Paul Rushing, Mobilizer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 214-838-4305.Contact Name: Paul RushingContact Phone: 214-838-4305Contact Email: email@example.com
Brown Bag: How to be a Non-Residential Missionary
Join the Empower One (http://empower-one.org/) team, for a free lunch and training. The Empower One staff will present a model for how U.S.-based missionaries can partner with international pastors to help reach their nation with the gospel. Case studies form Empower One's work in South Sudan will help guide the training. The training will take place in two parts. Part one will present things from the U.S. staff perspective and part two will present from the South Sudanese perspective. The first part of the Brown Bag meets Tuesday, Oct. 13, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., in Todd 114.
For more information contact Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-517-9239
Contact Name: BrianContact Phone: 214-517-9239Contact Email: email@example.com
Three out of four graduates seeking a pastorate will find themselves in a town and country church. Are you ready?
DTS is partnering with RHMA to offer Town and Country Training (TACT) classes that will help prepare you for your likely first ministry. Classes are one-week intensives, offered each June. Visit with Dr. Ron Klassen, DTS alum and TACT Director, at a display in the Walvoord Center Oct. 6 & 7 or call him at 309-453-5618.
All women students are invited to Arise with Hope! Please join us every Thursday morning in Hope Coffee for a relaxed time to meet, engage, and encourage your sisters on campus! Take a few minutes before or after your 7:45am class or before your 9:10am class to engage in community with fellow DTS women.Contact Name: Kelly BlyContact Phone: 214-887-5060Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dallas Theological Seminary Book Center invites you to join us for the Gallery Opening of the The Saint John’s Bible Print Exhibition on Thursday, October 1st at 7 p.m. The Saint John’s Bible is the first hand-written Bible done by professional calligraphers since the Gutenberg press. The stunning prints displayed in this gallery showcase a small sampling of the approximately 160 illuminations in the completed work.
Light refreshments provided.
RSVPs appreciated at email@example.comContact Name: Camille HollandContact Phone: 214-887-5110Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Stanley Toussaint will be speaking in chapel for the Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition. Please join us in hearing his series entitled "Parables to Ponder (Parables with Built-in Problems)."
Appointments to meet with Dr. Toussaint will be available in the afternoons. To schedule an appointment, please contact Jenny Schroeder in the Academic Dean's Office at email@example.com.Contact Name: Jenny SchroederContact Phone: 214-887-5010Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join DEF in relational evangelism at Vickery Meadow by tutoring 10-13 year old refugee boys at the Melting Pot. Meet in CAC 208 at 4:00. We will depart at 4:15 and return by 6:30.
Contact Name: Chad Bradley
Contact Phone: 4064714986
Contact Email: email@example.com
All women students are invited to bring your lunch and join us for an open dialogue with fellow women students on the DTS campus. This week women students who live off campus will be facilitating a conversation about issues women face on campus and in ministry. Let's encourage one another as we prepare at DTS to further God’s kingdom! Date: Thursday, October 8 Time: 11:30-12:45 Location: Walvoord 104 (Classroom next to Mabee Lounge)
Contact Name: Karen Henson
Contact Phone: 972-979-0241
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, Oct 15 Missio Lunch: The nations are closer than you think Join Mr. Jeff Anthony with International Student Inc. on Thursday, October 15th at 11:30am in CAC102 for a free pizza lunch. We will be discussing how we can impact the nations by investing in the lives of international students near you.
Contact Name: Student Missions Fellowship
Contact Phone: *
Contact Email: email@example.com
A concert event sponsored by East-West Ministries, International featuring ALL SONS & DAUGHTERS. FREE ADMISSION. FREE FOOD. RSVP REQUIRED AT WWW.EASTWEST.ORG/IGNITINGWORSHIP 6:00pm - Drinks and Eats 7:00pm - Concert
Contact Name: Michelle Pokorny
Contact Phone: 2148875270
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series In Bible Exposition: Stanley ToussaintSenior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition
Cultural Engagement Chapel: Michael BartelCo-Founder and Co-Director, F.R.E.E. International
This is a general reminder that Chapel Reporting is open. If you have not done so already, please report via CampusNet by Friday, October 23.
How to Report:
The chapel requirement may be reviewed at www.dts.edu/chapelrequirements or in the Student Handbook.
Further questions may be directed the Chaplain's Office, in person (Walvoord 1), by email email@example.com, or by phone at 214-887-5363.
Applications for Spring 2016 graduates and Summer 2016 graduates,desiring to participate in the Spring 2016 commencement ceremony are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet.
If you are planning to graduate in Spring or Summer 2016 and participate in Spring 2016 Commencement, your completed application is due December 1, 2015. After December 1, 2015, graduation for those students with incomplete applications will be delayed.
NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until any/all church verification and personal reference letters have been received.
For additional information or assistance, email the Registrar’s Office or call 214-887-5350.
Designed for seminarians and Christian leaders like you, Urbana 15 is a space to discern God’s call and consider where God is leading you next.
For over 60 years, God has called nearly 300,000 people to explore giving their whole lives to God's global mission through Urbana conferences.
Learn more and register at urbana.org.