WEC 2015 presents ANOMALY with Chris Wright, March 9-13
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Our beloved professors have set aside a time just for you…and a delicious pancake breakfast. This is your opportunity to get to know your professors on a personal level and enjoy relaxed conversation with other DTS-D.C. students.
Join us from 7:15-7:45am on one (or more!) of the following class dates:
Saturday, Feb 21 – with Dr. Ron Allen
Saturday, Feb 28 – with Dr. Mike Svigel
Saturday, March 7 – with Dr. Andy Seidel
Even if you’re not in this specific class, you’re encouraged to come. Blueberry? Banana oatmeal? Chocolate chip? Gluten-free? All homemade, with real maple syrup on top.
RSVP for Feb 21 here.
RSVP for Feb 28 here.
RSVP for March 7 here.
Then, over the lunch hour, there will be an informal MA/CL Advising session addressing the following topics:
(1) SL950 – Applied Research Project
- What is it? When do I start it, and How do I complete it?
(2) SL801-802 Ministry Residency vs. SL155 Internship
- Which is best for me?
(3) Spiritual Formation
- When should I enroll in this? What is SF110?
All are welcome to participate in the conversation, even if not currently an MA/CL student.
Hosted by the Institute on Religion and Democracy, this first-ever Christian Zionism conference will show that the roots of Christian Zionism lay in non-dispensationalist movements that came long before the rise of dispensationalism. Student registrants are invited to a free dinner with IRD President Mark Tooley, Philos Project Director Robert Nicholson, and Gerald McDermott on Friday night (April 17) after the conference. In addition, students are eligible for financial assistance for travel and lodging.
The conference website lists the conference schedule and speakers, including well-known scholars and thinkers such as Craig Blaising (DTS ThM, 1976; ThD, 1979), Robert Benne, Darrell Bock (DTS ThM, 1979), David Rudolph, Mark Kinzer, Joel Willitts (DTS ThM, 2000), Carol Swain, Mark Tooley, and Robert Nicholson.
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Graduating extension students and their families are cordially invited to join the External Studies faculty and staff for a special reception in honor of your graduation on the Dallas campus Friday, May 8, from 4:30 to 5:30 PM.
Light refreshments and fellowship will be capped off by a brief address from President Mark Bailey. Dress is casual. The reception will be in "Collins Lounge" on the second floor of the "Walvoord Student Center," the three-story building at the corner of Apple and Live Oak.
Please RSVP by May 1st to BJ Rathbun with the number who will attend.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-887-5350.
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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.