Study medieval art and spirituality on location in Italy May 10-25 with Dr. Sandra Glahn and Dr. Barry Jones. Earn three hours of Media/Worship elective credit with the option for three additional hours of related indep. study.
We will be staying in monasteries. Based in Aquinas's Orvieto—where we'll celebrate Ascension Day—we'll visit Siena and Assisi. Based in Vicenza, we'll visit Florence, Milan, and Padua. The last three nights are in Venice, concluding on Pentecost Sunday and Vogalonga Regatta Day, held there every four years. We're limiting this course to 16 students. Cost is $1,900 (double occupancy) plus airfare (arrange your own to Rome/from Venice) and tuition. Registration is now open.
Contact Dr. Sandra Glahn for more info.
Dr. Robert K. Johnston, Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller's School of Theology in Pasadena, California, is the speaker for this series of messages in chapel on October 21-24, 2014. His series title is, “If you have eyes to see...: rediscovering general revelation.”
Dr. Johnston will be available to meet with students during the afternoon of October 21, 22, and 23. Contact Shannon Reibenstein in the the department of Media Arts and Worship for an appointment or check out the Arts Week webpage for a detailed schedule of events.
This is a general reminder that Chapel Reporting is open. If you have not done so already, please report via CampusNet by Friday, October 24.
How to Report:
The chapel requirement may be reviewed at www.dts.edu/chapelrequirements or in the Student Handbook.
Further questions may be directed to the Chaplain's Office, in person (Walvoord 1), by email email@example.com, or by phone at 214-887-5363.
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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.
All student notary needs should go to come to Student Services, Walvoord 1, where notary services are available to students free of charge. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8am - 4:30pm. No appointments are necessary but calling in ahead of your visit is advised.
Further Questions should be directed to Student Services, Walvoord 1, 214-887-5360.
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
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.
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. 21 & 22 or call him at 309-453-5618.
The Pilgrim's Progress is a gospel presentation and adaptation of John Bunyan's classic story, complete with dram, ballet, and chorus on October 24-26. Free Admission.
Brownlee Auditorium at Granville Arts Center 300 N. Fifth St. Garland, TX 75040
Look Twice, Save A Life Scholarship InsuranceProviders.com is proud to introduce a new scholarship promoting motorcycle safety among students. The Look Twice, Save A Life Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to any student who is currently attending or planning to attend college or some form of higher education. The scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis for the Spring semester.
The deadline to apply is December, 1st.
In a culture polarized by strong and often differing opinions, how can we connect with those whose beliefs, values, and lifestyles we find offensive?
Over the past year, we traveled the country, posing this question to scores of people with different sexual orientations and gender identities. Compelling Love & Sexual Identity is the result of their answers: a documentary film produced by Kurt Neale and Dr. Gary Barnes that captures their personal stories and candid responses.
Join us for a FREE and EXCLUSIVE screening at the Lakewood Theater (1825 Abrams Rd): Thursday, November 6 at 7:30pm. Get tickets at www.compellinglovefilm.com
Come enjoy free food and pumpkin carving at White Rock Lake from 3:30-6:30 pm. All students, faculty and friends of World Missions are invited. We'll carve pumpkins first, and then enjoy a picnic meal. Pumpkins are provided (one per household), but please bring your own carving tools!
Sign up by 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 23, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your phone number and the names and ages of any guests you're bringing. Directions will be e-mailed to those who reply.
Join us for Story time with Sarah the Narnian every Monday in October at 12 pm at the DTS Book Center. Sarah the Narnian entertains children of all ages with fun, educational stories. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Imagine sitting down to tea and finding encouragement with a woman whose relational teaching style will touch your emotions & stir your heart.
SWIM would love to invite you to participate in this lovely morning as we welcome Jill Briscoe, a highly sought-after Bible teacher and speaker who has been in ministry for over 50 years and who has authored more than 40 books.
This event is open to Seminary/Faculty Wives, Woman Students as well as DTS staff. Student Wives & Faculty Wives registration dates Oct 1-27 All other ladies can register Oct 15-27th Register & find out more at www.dts.edu/swim
This is a free event, dress is casual, and light refreshments will be served. Limited Childcare will be available for 0-5years
Join Jamal Hashweh of Global Hope Network International for a discussion about "the plight of Christians in Jordan, Iraq, and Syria. The brown bag will be held in Todd 114 from 11:30 - 12:30 on October 23rd. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
For more information, please contact Tina Smilie in the Bible Exposition Dept.
On Oct 29th at 11:30 A.M. in Todd 114 Rob Kasey, from Greater European Mission, is coming to DTS to share with us students, the various roles counselors can take across the spectrum of missions. Come join us for some free pizza, and this exciting discussion on how you can use your counseling degree overseas.
The Placement office is holding a Resume Brown Bag for upcoming graduates on Thursday, Oct 30 from 11:30 to 12:30 right after the Graduating Class Chapel in CAC 204. You will learn how to construct a ministry resume. Bring your current resume, and the Placement Office will review it with you. Pizza will be provided.
Arts Week: Robert K. JohnstonProfessor of Theology and Culture, Fuller Theological Seminary
Cultural Engagement Chapel:
Greg HattebergDean of Enrollment and Alumni Services
Join us the last week of January for a trip to Park City, UT and take a 3-credit course covering theology and film. For information, contact Dr. Basselin.
Spots are still available for this once-in-a-lifetime trip! Participants will see the Garden Tomb, Mt. of Olives, Damascus Gate, Caesarea, Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, and snorkel at Elat. For more information contact Tina Smilie in BE office, 3rd floor of Todd.
Use Spring Break this year to get away from the hustle of the big city AND earn academic credit for doing so. We are excited to offer CE420 Outdoor Ministry during DTS Spring Break at Pine Cove Christian Camps outside of Tyler, Texas. This elective is open to DTS students from any campus or extension site. The cost for lodging and meals is $160 (this is in addition to the regular course registration costs for a three credit course). The professor for this week is Dr. Dan Bolin, International Director of Christian Camping International.
For additional information, please contact Dr. George Hillman in the EML Office.
Join the DTS Book Center and Accordance Bible Software on Monday, October 27, for a free Accordance Training Seminar. The seminar will be held in Campbell Academic Center room 204 from 9 am to 6 pm. To register or for any further questions email email@example.com.
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.
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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.