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.
Logos not only provides you with powerful tools but also a large and credible library. Come learn how to make that library work for you so that you can find information faster than ever! Prerequisites: None
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When?: Feb. 7 @ 11:30am - 12:30pm
Where?: Dallas Campus- CAC 205
Did you know Logos has a flashcard app? Did you know you can import vocabulary lists for Greek and Hebrew into your software and use the app to help you memorize? Come learn how! Prerequisites: None
On paid staff (25+ hours a week or more) with a church or parachurch organization? Halfway through your degree? You may be eligible for 12 credit hours in the Ministry Residency for ThM, MACL, and MACE students. Applications for the 2017-2018 Ministry Residency are now open. Detailed information about the Ministry Residency program and the application are found at http://www.dts.edu/ministryresidency
DTS has made RightNow Media's collection of more than 10,000 video resources available free of charge for interested students. RightNow Media offers a range of resources: entertainment, Bible study materials, conference addresses, sermons, ministry training, children's videos, and other products designed for use by students, pastors, and congregations.
To gain complementary access to RightNow Media’s vast library of resources, please complete your profile on the RightNow website.
Dr. Gerald McDermott (W. H. Griffith-Thomas Lecturer) will be available during the week of February 7-11 for appointments. Please contact Beth Motley in the Theological Studies department at 214-887-5380, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Come join us for Spiritual Life Week with Alistair Begg, pastor and author. The details are as follows:
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Seminary Wives in Nurturing Groups (SWING) program is starting up for the spring semester! We are in the Marriage and Family track, and we will be studying a book called “Strengthening Your Marriage” by Wayne Mack. Our on and off-campus small groups will start the week of January 30-February 3. If you are a husband, please pass this information along to your wife. SWIM (Seminary Wives in Ministry) exists to equip wives to be competent servants alongside their husbands in ministry.
If you file an United States Tax Return, you may be eligible to claim educational tax credits on your 2016 tax return. DTS has prepared a 1098-T tax form if you had reportable transactions during 2016. The form is available online at www.1098t.com. If you enrolled to receive the 1098t electronically last year, you do not need to enroll again. If our service provider, TCRS, is not able to deliver the form electronically to you, a paper statement will be mailed to you by January 31, 2017.
Want to Read Faster? Sign up for the Rapid Reading course taught by Greg Hatteberg, Dean of Enrollment & Alumni Services. Most students who have taken the course, double their reading speed while maintaining or improving their comprehension. The three-session course is taught during lunch from 11:30 to 12:30 on Thursdays, February 2, 9 and 16 in Todd-115. The cost is $30 per individual or $50 per couple (or sign up with a friend!). Pay the Cashier in the Advising Center to sign up for the course. You have the option to use your student account.
All online-only and/or extension-site students have a requirement of watching 10 online chapels per semester and two online WEC sessions during WEC Week, which will be March 6-10 this year.
Chapel attendance is reported through CampusNet at the midpoint and end of the fall and spring semesters. Students must watch at least half of the semester's required chapels during each half of the semester. For this Spring 2017 semester, reporting chapel attendance for the first half of the semester will take place between February 27 and March 13 and end on March 13. Reporting chapel attendance for the second half of the semester will take place between April 24 and May 8 and close on May 8. Students must report by the deadline or they will not receive credit for the chapels they have attended.
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Spiritual Life Conference: Alistair BeggSenior Pastor of Parkside Church; Chagrin Falls, OH
Evening Chapel (7:35-8:25Pm): Kay Arthur
Co-Founder of Precept Ministries
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When?: Jan. 26 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm Central
Learn the essentials needed to effectively navigate Logos, create a custom study layout, and use Logos guides for quick access to a wealth of information. Prerequisites: None
When?: Jan. 30 @ 9am - 10:30am
Search and discover the information you need to grasp and write about a variety of topics using your Logos library and learn to instantly create footnotes and bibliographies. Prerequisites: 101
When?: Jan. 30 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm
When?: Feb. 2 @ 6:30pm-8:00pm Central
When?: Feb. 6 @ 9:00am - 10:30am
Take advantage of the powerful tools in Logos to dig deep into the original languages of the Bible even if you are not proficient in those languages. Prerequisites: 101
When?: Feb. 6 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm
DTS strongly believes in the value of chapel and its ministry of encouragement, worship and community. All students enrolled in Master's level and Certificate courses have a chapel requirement. If students are unable to meet their chapel requirement, they may submit a request for a chapel attendance reduction during the first two weeks of each semester.
Chapel reduction request form: https://campus.dts.edu/cgi-bin/student/DSchapredform.cgi
Reductions are not accepted after this time unless you have an employment-related change mid-semester.
Graduation Applications for Summer 2017 graduates, not participating in the Spring 2017 commencement ceremony, are available online here: https://campus.dts.edu/cgi-bin/student/DSgradfrm.cgi. If you are planning to graduate in Summer 2017 your completed application is due April 1, 2017. NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until all your church verification and personal reference letters have been received. After April 1, 2017, graduation sessions for those students with incomplete applications will be moved to a later session. For additional information or assistance contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-887-5350.
Bring your lunch and join Arise for this special event with guest speaker, Kat Armstrong.
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 31; Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.;
Location: Campbell Academic Center (CAC), Room 110
Come join us on Tuesday, February 7th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm as we pray for the unreached peoples of the world! This month we will be revisiting the country of Japan. Even though Japan is a highly developed country, only 2% are Christians and it is still between 55-65% unreached. We will meet at Christar’s office in Richardson (1500 International Parkway, Suite 200, Richardson, TX 75081). Please join us as we spend time worshiping together and praying for the lost!
The Hendricks Center is hosting a “Giftedness Workshop” to help DTS students identify their unique, God-given calling and then start pursuing it. God has designed every student from the womb for specific “good works” that He has already prepared for them and intends for them to do. Come discover your individual design—giftedness—and then start moving toward life and career options that make sense, given that design!
There is a special week in the spring semester devoted to world missions called the World Evangelization Conference (WEC). The goal of WEC is to inspire the DTS community to a passionate, lifelong commitment to the Great Commission. Attendance is required at WEC. (see here for details: http://www.dts.edu/students/studentservices/chapel/)