Graduating Class Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 29 during Chapel (10:40-11:20) in Campbell 204. Chapel credit is given for your attendance. Don't miss out on important information regarding graduation!
Mark your Calendar, pull out your crockpot, preheat your oven, and get ready for the Annual Chili Cook Off and Bake Off! The event will be on January 30th from 6 – 8 pm in Lamb Auditorium.
Student Services and SWIM would like to invite the entire student body, staff, faculty, and their families to participate or just simply come, taste and have a great night of fellowship.
Want to compete? Pull out the secret recipes and get to cookin’. To sign up complete the online form. All entrants receive a small gift. This is a free event for the whole family, and dinner is provided.
Praise Chapel: Isaac WimberleyWorship Pastor, The Village ChurchPlano, TX
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Ramesh RichardProfessor of Global Theological Engagement and Pastoral Ministries; President, RREACHDTS
W.H. Griffith Thomas Lectureship: Abraham KuruvillaProfessor of Pastoral MinistriesDTS
Come join Eikon, the Art & Media Fellowship, for our first official meeting of the semester at 11:30 in Hope Coffee!
The topic is "A Posture For Artists" with discussion led by Mark Pate, professional illustrator and comic book artist, and Shannon Reibenstein, curator of Arts Week. We will also be showcasing original pieces by Joe Sneed, Stacy Voortman, K Pastore, and Lisa Graham.
Bring your lunch and we will provide the free coffee!
The Book Center is hosting another night of Trivia! This time there is no theme, so the sky is the limit, with questions for both the Bible scholar and the pop culture Christian.
Gather your teams of 2-6 people and compete for a chance to win a $100 Gift Certificate. Trivia Night begins at 6 pm. There will be $1.00 slices of pizza and free drinks.
Everyone is invited to attend!
Let's shine! Women Student Fellowship is hosting a retreat on February 6-7, and you don't want to miss it! There will be great speakers, time to relax and connect, food, fun and sharing of testaments of faith. Register online. We look forward to seeing there!
Laptop computers are tempting targets for thieves on the DTS campus. Since many community members visit the library, students should not leave their laptops unattended. Cables and locks may be purchased to secure laptops to anchors mounted under selected study desks throughout the library. They is no guarantee of security, however, and students must closely watch their personal belongings.
Also, car burglaries are not uncommon in our neighborhood, so valuables should be kept out of sight.
Free training sessions will be offered at the Media Center January 13–30. Each session will be offered from 11:30am until 12:45pm in the Mac Lab (Mosher 001).
Call (214) 887-5285, email, or stop in at the Media Center (basement of library) to sign up for the session(s) you will attend. Plan to use the iMacs in the classroom for the Zotero session. You may use your personal laptop for any of the other sessions.
Enjoy 30% Off all Accordance 11 Collections at the DTS Book Center from January 19th until January 30th.
*Excludes the Starter Collection.
The American Red Cross is coming to DTS for our annual blood drive!
For appointments visit www.redcrossblood.org and search sponsor code dts
Please contact Debbie Snider by email or by phone at 214-887-5225 with any questions.
Bring your lunch and connect with other women on campus for a time of sharing, fellowship, and encouragement!
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Every Thursday beginning January 29th from 11:30 am-12:45 pm in Walvoord 104
If you file a United States Federal Tax Return, you may be eligible to claim educational tax credits on your 2014 tax return. The 1098-T form is now available to you online at www.1098t.com. Once at the website, please click on "access my record" and complete the necessary information to login to receive your electronic copy. Or, if you have not enrolled to receive an electronic copy, a paper form will be mailed to you and you should receive the form prior to January 31, 2015.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or call 214-887-5086.
Join Dr. Bramer and the Student Mission Fellowship for a Professor Potluck from 6:30-8:30 pm on Friday, February 6. Dr. Bramer, Chair and Professor of Bible Exposition, hails from Canada and has taught extensively in Israel.
Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sparrow Conference will take place on March 27-28 at The Village Church in Dallas. Join speaker and best-selling author Kasey Van Norman as she speaks on her book, Named by God: Overcoming your Past, Transforming your Present, and Embracing your Future. Singer-song writer, author, and worship leader, Lauren Chandler, along with spoken-word artist Mys Ree will lead in corporate worship. The breakout sessions include Dove-Award winning artist Bethany Dillon, author Tara-Leigh Cobble, speaker Danielle Anderson, and speaker Annie Carman.
Pre-registration begins January 28th. Check out sparrowconference.com to register and for more information.
Do you struggle to discern whether you are called to academic or pastoral ministry? Do you love studying in-depth biblical and theological topics, but have trouble seeing how this would fit into various ministry contexts?If so, this event is for you!
Come hear Dr. Barry Jones walk you through his personal journey in the academic and pastoral ministry tension, and help us discern which path might be for us.
FREE PIZZA PROVIDED!
Earn up to 12 credit hours for what you already do in ministry. If you are on paid staff (25+ hours a week) with your church or parachurch organization, you may qualify for the Ministry Residency. This unique cohort based learning experience gives you a chance to link theory and practice by staying and serving where you are currently in ministry. Registration is by application only and is limited to 30 students a year.
Complete information (including testimonies from previous Ministry Residency students) and the 2015-2016 Ministry Residency application is found online.
For questions, please contact Dr. George Hillman.
Graduation Application Deadline Graduation Applications for Summer 2015 graduates, not participating in the Spring 2015 commencement ceremony, are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet. If you are planning to graduate in Summer 2015 your completed application is due April 1, 2015.
NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until all church verification and personal reference letters have been received. After April 1, 2015, 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 email@example.com or 214-887-5350.
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.