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.
All women students, faculty, and staff are invited to join ARISE for a dynamic discussion on singleness – what it means to be single in today’s culture and how to minister to singles. We are excited to welcome DTS student, Elizabeth Woodson, Singles Coordinator at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. Elizabeth believes in keepin’ it real as she strives to teach women, disciple, and encourage them to be mighty women of God! Bring your lunch, bring your questions, and join in this relevant discussion about building unity within the church body and our culture by loving others well.
- 11:30 am - 12:45 pm
- CAC 110, Adjacent to Lamb Aditorium
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The Placement office is holding a Resume Brown Bag for upcoming graduates on Thursday, March 2 from 11:30 to 12:30 right after the Graduating Class Chapel in CAC 204. We will explain how to construct a ministry resume. Bring your current resume, and we’ll review it with you. Pizza will be provided!
Free pizza and drinks! Come learn about this summer's town and country pastoral ministry classes with our guest speaker, Dr. Ron Klassen, DTS Alum and TACT (Town and Country Training) Program Director.
Come to Todd 114 on Thursday, March 2 or Friday, March 3 at 11:30 a.m. to learn more! All spouses and children are welcome.
Three out of four graduates seeking a pastorate will find themselves in a smaller community and 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.
Join the DTS Theology Department Faculty as they lead this interactive, one-day conference seeking to explore how the church can effectively engage eschatology in the world today with hope rather than fear.
Who: Dr.'s Svigel, Kreider, Holsteen, and more!
Where: DTS Campus
When: February 27th from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Cost: $25 for DTS Students, Staff, and Spouses
Check out our website! shapedbythefuture.dts.edu
Check out our website! shapedbythefuture.dts.edu
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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. This spring, WEC will take place from March 6-10.
Attendance is required at WEC (please see the Student Handbook or the DTS Chapel Website for details: http://www.dts.edu/students/studentservices/chapel/).
One way to meet your chapel requirement is by volunteering. If you would like to volunteer for WEC, please sign-up at http://www.dts.edu/wec/serve/ or email Jenny Fenton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether we realize it or not, shame affects every aspect of our personal lives and vocational endeavors. It seeks to destroy our identity in Christ, replacing it with a damaged version of ourselves that results in unhealed pain and brokenness. During this conference, Curt Thompson will unpack the soul of shame, revealing its ubiquitous nature and neuro-biological roots. He will also provide the theological and practical tools necessary to dismantle shame, based on years of researching its damaging effects and counseling people to overcome those wounds.
Dates: March 24-25 - Cost: $20
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. The goal of the World Evangelization Conference (WEC) is to inspire the DTS community to a passionate, lifelong commitment to the Great Commission. See here for details: http://www.dts.edu/students/studentservices/chapel/
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.
Email email@example.com with any chapel-related questions you may have. Email Corey Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org with WEC-related questions.
Black History Chapel:
David SedlacekDTS Missionary in Residence
Don WyrtzenDon Wyrtzen Music; Mansfield, TX
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When?: Monday, Feb. 27 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm Central
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
Registration for WEC KIDS! Konference is officially open! From March 7-10th, during the World Evangelization Conference, we offer a program for our DTS children. Children, age 4 through 6th grade, learn about a different country each day during Bible story, craft, game, and snack time. Their mission project for the week gives them an opportunity to be part of God’s work around the world! We are expecting a full house and space is limited, so register your child early. Volunteers are also very needed and welcomed.
Visit our website [http://www.dts.edu/wec/kids/] for more details! Thank you and we look forward to serving your children and working with you!
Pornography Use and Partner Abuse
Be prepared as you enter ministry to know what to do when encountering these issues in ministry. Come join us for FREE! No registration!
Saturday, February 25th, 9 am to 12 pm. CAC 204
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Interested in working with Addictions? Are you switching to the new MABC program and will taking the addictions course next year?
Come listen to counselors from Gaston House talk about what to consider when working with addictions. They'll give you helpful tips on what you should be aware of when serving people who struggle with addictions. Counselors, Teachers, Pastors, People helpers are all welcome!
As believers in Jesus Christ, we are all Called to Counsel. We live in a fractured world full of broken and hurting people like ourselves who struggle with all sorts of issues day in and day out, people who desperately need the hope of the gospel. If you feel called to offer this hope through Biblical counseling, then we invite you to join us for the ABC National Conference. Through both our Pre-Conference Workshops and within our Plenary Sessions, our annual gathering of church leaders, pastors, lay counselors and professional counselors alike gives you the opportunity to rest, connect and learn. Speakers include Joni Eareckson Tada, Steve Brown, Winston Smith, Tim Challies, John Henderson, Elyse Fitzpatrick and more!
Check us out at our website! https://christiancounseling.com/events/called-to-counsel-2017/
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.