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, square dancing, snow cones, gladiator arena, free Logos shirts, 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!
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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The Journal continues the flash fiction and photo contests, once again with gift cards to the DTS Book Center as prizes (first=$25; second=$15; third=$10).
PHOTOS: The theme is: “Transitions.” 3 subs max. Include your name on every file name, and submit via a single email.
FICTION: Submissions may be in any genre, but must be prose of 533 words or less and begin with this opening line by Shannon Reibenstein: "The painting hung, as it should, on the north wall of the Renaissance wing at the Louvre until the day that man with the yellow umbrella appeared on the steps of the Sarbonne." 2 subs max. Entries will be evaluated anonymously, with winners chosen by a panel of three fellow writers.
Due: Oct 24
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.
Meet up with these missions agency representatives to explore your questions about cross-cultural ministry. Agency display tables will be in Mabee Lounge (1st floor of Walvoord):
>> Oct 8-9, Ashleigh Beckmann, SEND Intl
>> Oct 14-15, Lloyd Chinn, World Venture
>> Oct 29-30, Doug Schaible, New Tribes Mission
>> Nov 4-5, Dwight Ekholm, Entrust
Each year, friends of the seminary minister to Dallas campus students by providing Christmas gifts for children of students who may not have sufficient funds during the Christmas season. If you would like to participate in this program as a donor, or to request a gift please fill out the online forms, open until October 31st. For more information or with any questions please contact Katie Angland, Student Services or 214-887-5360.
New to the Dallas Campus this semester? We have a gift of the Holman Christian Standard Bible for you in Student Services, Walvoord 1. Please drop by to claim your copy before Friday, October 3.
Thank you for nominating the Grad Class officers. Voting will now open on Tuesday, October 7 and close Friday, October 10 at midnight to allow more time to process nominations. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Join the World Missions deparment on Sat, Oct 11th from 9am to noon at Hunters Glen Baptist Church in Plano if you’re befriending Muslims and are looking for a great Bible Study Series use. Hear from Christians who are utilizing these Muslim-friendly Bible studies and how they’re resonating with their Muslim friends. RSVP at 940-297-5450, or e-mail Renod Bejjani.
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
Join C. Scot Ullrich, Th.M. DTS, and Ministry Director of Bulgaria/Romania, SEND International in a discussion of some of the ways to use theological education in the majority world. The Brown Bag meets Thursday, Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., in Todd 114. For more information, contact Ashleigh Beckmann, Mobilizer, SEND International.
Tim BasselinAssistant Professor of Media Arts and Worship
Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series In Bible Exposition: Don SunukjianProfessor of Preaching and Chairman of the Department of Christian Ministry & Leadership, Talbot School of Theology
Come learn about how to use your Counseling degree overseas with guest speaker, Patty McGeever, who served in Papua New Guinea as a counselor to missionaries for several years. She currently serves as a global counseling consultant for the Child Safeguarding Department and as a coordinator for the global counselors. So come and enjoy some free pizza on behalf of SMF, and learn what God is doing through counseling in the world!
Join Eikon, DTS's art & media fellowship, for a special workshop on basic graphic design on October 1st at 11:30a in Hope Coffee. Bring your lunch and coffee will be provided!
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!
DTS has discounted ticket deals available to various DSO concerts in October. For more details on available concerts please contact Katie Angland or in person at Student Services, Walvoord 1. Tickets prices vary per concert starting at $9 and running to $20. Discounted tickets are available for DTS Students, Faculty and Staff. A DTS ID required in order to redeem tickets.
Our annual crime report is now available in compliance with the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act." It contains security policies and crime statistics for the most recent three-year period (2011-2013). You may also view our annual fire safety report. Paper copies of the reports are available upon request. Remember that we keep a daily crime log and a 60-day fire log in the Police office that may be viewed upon request.
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.