Fall Fest 2014 this year will be on Friday, October 10th from 4-7pm, held in the area between the Student Center and Campbell. Come out for a fun and exciting time for the entire student body and faculty to mingle get together and chill out.
There will be free food, snow cones, gladiator arena, basketball challenge, bounce house, face painting, and an amazing petting zoo. Bring your family! Put it in the calender and be ready to have a great time. We can't wait to see y'all there!
General, Part-Time, & American Born Minority applications for the Spring 2015 semester are still available. All applications must be completed and submitted by 11:59pm September 30th. Don’t wait until the last minute!! - Access the application on Campus Net under "Forms and Information". - Change your "Session & Year" to Spring 2015.
Applications for Spring 2015 graduates and Summer 2015 graduates, who desire to participate in the Spring 2015 commencement ceremony are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet. If you are planning to graduate in Spring or Summer 2015 and participate in Spring 2015 Commencement, your completed application is due December 1, 2014.
NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until any/all church verification and personal reference letters have been received. After December 1, 2014, graduation session for those students with incomplete applications will be moved to a later session.
For additional information or assistance contact the Registrar’s Office.
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Discounted Tickets for Dallas Symphony Orchestra concerts available from Student Services, Walvoord 1 for students, faculty and staff. Cash/Check payments only.
Let’s Dance Friday, September 5th @7:30 PM or Sunday, September 7th @2:30 PM
Mahler 9 Sunday, September 21st @2:30 PM
Hilary Hahn performs Beethoven Friday, September 26th @7:30 PM Or Sunday, September 28th @2:30 PM
Student tickets: $15
Faculty/Staff tickets: $20
The Author of a new women's Bible study, "Jeremiah: Daring to Hope" will be featured in women's conference on October 11th. Melissa Spoelstra is a pastor's wife and a graduate of Moody Bible Institute. Follow this link for conference details and information about the study. DTS students and spouses are offered the discount rate of $25 to attend the conference. Lunch is provided. If 12 or more attend from DTS, there will be reserved seating.
We need your help! Show your gratitude to DTS donors by writing five thank-you cards, and we will provide a FREE pizza lunch! The event will be Wednesday, September 24 after chapel (11:30am-1pm) in the Walvoord Student Center, Mabee Lounge. Please contact Devin Phillips to sign up.
NOTE: Only those who have signed up will receive a free lunch!
Join us for the first Eikon field trip to the Greek Festival of Dallas! Eikon is the DTS art & media fellowship.
When: Fri., Sept 26, 2014 at 6:00p
Price: $2 admission (if you come with Eikon) RSVP to www.facebook.com/dts.eikon or email@example.com: due by Wed., Sept. 24. We will have a special tour and talk on iconography and worship by Dr. Terry Hebert as part of our trip! If you are coming from campus, we will arrange carpools and plan to leave 5:15p.
Eikon, the DTS art & media club, will be meeting at Hope Coffee on October 1 at 11:30am. Katie Fisher will be leading a workshop on graphic design so come out to learn the basics! Please bring your lunches and we will have free coffee. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.facebook.com/dts.eikon/
Come and watch the finalists at the Speak Off Competition battle it out! The event will be held on Thursday, October 2nd at 6 pm in Lamb Auditorium. The purpose of the competition is to promote the quality and excellence of preaching and speaking, and you are invited!
Dr. Conway Edwards will be available for a brown bag directly after speaking in chapel on September 23rd at 11:30 in CAC 204. Come out to hear about his ministry experience with One Community Church in Plano, TX.
Rev. Matt Williams will be available for a brown bag directly after speaking in chapel on September 24th at 11:30 in CAC 204. Come out to hear about his ministry experience as Teaching and Founding Pastor at Grace Church in Greenville, SC.
Rev. Mac Lake will be available for a brown bag directly after speaking in chapel on September 25th at 11:30 in CAC 204. Come out to hear about his ministry experience as Visionary Architect with The Launch Network in Dallas, GA.
Madeleine L’Engle said that her writing affected her Christianity. When we write, we discover the strengths and holes in our arguments and ultimately in our beliefs. In “Five Steps to Writing Better Papers,” Dr. Sandra Glahn will guide students on the path to stronger prose. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.
Please join us in CAC 204 on Tuesday, September 30 at 11:30am to take advantage of this rare and valuable event. Come with a specific paper in mind. No RSVP necessary. For more information, please contact the Advising Center at 214-887-5080 or email@example.com.
Take your ministry to the NEXT level! Reg Grant will be leading a "Tell All" brown bag. He will reveal SECRETS that will cause you to see ministry from a new perspective. You don't want to miss this!
Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Time: 11:30 a.m. (after chapel)
Location: CAC 204
Church Planting Week: Conway EdwardsLead Pastor, One Community Church
Church Planting Week: Matt WilliamsLead Pastor, Grace Church
Church Planting Week: Mac LakeVisionary Architect, The Launch Network
Church Planting Week: Roundtable DiscussionDr. Conway Edwards, Rev. Matt Williams, Rev. Mac Lake
Dr. Don Sunukjian, Professor and Chair of the Department of Christian Ministry and Leadership at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California is the speaker for this series of messages in chapel October 7-10, 2014. His series title is, “The Magnificent Defeat- The Turbulent Life of Jacob.” He will be available to meet with students during the afternoon of October 7, 8, and 9. Contact Jenny Schroeder in the Academic Dean's office for an appointment.
For new entering students who have not yet received a copy of the Holman Christian Standard Bible, please drop by Student Services to pick up your copy. These Bibles are a gift to our new students from HCSB.
The fall edition of the DTS Student Journal has arrived! The Spring 2015 issue is in the works, so if you have an article, story, poem, or photograph you would like to be considered for the Journal, please submit it to Jeremy Closs.
Our first week of Logos Bible Software training for the Dallas campus this fall is Sept 22-26. Monday and evening events require registration. Brown bags on various topics will be offered Tuesday through Friday. Contact Dr. Michael Burer in the NT dept for registration links or more information.
Mon, Sept 22 Basic Training CAC 203 9 am - 12 pm Registration required
Mon, Sept 22 Intermediate Training CAC 203 2-5 pm Registration Required
Tues, Sept 23 Basic Training CAC 102 6–9 pm Registration required
Thurs, Sept 25 Intermediate Training CAC 102 6–9 pm Registration required
You’ll get the most out of the training if you can bring a laptop with Logos installed and updated. Stay tuned for more training later in the semester Nov 10-14!
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glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders
for the proclamation of His Word and the
building up of the body of Christ worldwide.