Ask Dr. Swindoll: How Do You Respond When God is Silent? Charles R. Swindoll Jun 21

Student Profile: Aaron Schubert

Raquel P. Wroten Jun 19

K nowing it would keep him grounded while studying at DTS, Aaron Schubert, volunteered to be part of Irving Bible Church’s candle ministry team seven years ago. Born and raised in Michigan, he wrote, “At the time of my birth, my parents were new believers and had explored various...

Community Care: Alumni Profile of Karen Hawkins

Owen Wildman Jun 19

I pause before I push open the door so my mind can catch up to my feet. A disbelieving smile crosses my face as I pull my hand away from the knob and take two steps backward. The distance I have covered on this sunny Saturday morning disorients me. Thirty-five minutes ago, I sat at my desk at...

Patterns of Prayer: Ancient and Modern Tools for Reading Scripture and Communing with God

Brandon Giella Jun 18

A ny psychiatrist—and any parent, for that matter—will tell you setting limits, structures, and disciplines benefit children. They’ll tell you schedules and routines keep a kid’s mind healthy. When a child has free rein over his/her day, chaos soon follows. Though it...

If Businesspeople Prayed

Bill Hendricks Jun 17

P rayer works. By “works” I mean when people pray, God acts. Not that prayer obligates God to do anything. God owes us nothing! Still, God has set things such that when his children pray, he responds. Not always immediately. And not always as we expect. And not always as we...

How the Rhythm of Prayer Fine-Tunes Ministry

Rodney H. Orr Jun 16

Editor’s Note: Cortina Orr passed away in early May as we were going to press. Our deepest condolences to Dr. Orr and his family. I n 1983 our first assignment as missionaries led us to the inner city of Washington, DC. For a newly married couple, it was not an easy thing to...

He Will Answer By and By

Margaret Tolliver Jun 16

D uring the summer of 2011, I worked full-time at a youth program to save for my next semester at DTS. Every day I came home exhausted. I cannot decide whether the exuberant teenagers or the sweltering heat caused my fatigue. Between bouts of “let’s hide from Ms. Margaret”...

Worship in Spirit and Truth

Mark L. Bailey Jun 15

O ur heavenly Father has transformed his throne—from a throne of wrath to a throne of grace—on our behalf. With the finished work of the Cross, we can approach God not on our own merits but his. In fact, God has invited us to come boldly. He waits for us and seeks for us to...

A Prayer's Legacy

Nancy Renfer Sturges, Raquel P. Wroten Jun 1

I don’t remember a day without prayer. As a young girl growing up, my parents Dr. Rudolf (ThM, 1939) and Dr. Mary Emma Renfer taught me to pray. Over the years my family prayed for many of my father’s classmates from Wheaton College. When he started teaching historical theology at...

Three Ways the Content of our Prayer Exposes our Theology

Luke Spencer May 25

When churches introduce the topic of prayer, people often experience anxiety in two areas. They fear someone will ask them to pray in a small group or another public setting and/or they feel guilt and shame for how infrequently they pray. What most people don’t consider is the connection...

DTS Celebrates 2017 Graduates

Staff May 22

View commencement event photos on DTS’s Facebook page . Please tag your graduate and leave an encouraging comment. Commencement Chapel, May 12 The Seminary’s 2017 commencement festivities got underway with a special chapel service held at Scofield Memorial Church Friday...

Dallas Theological Seminary Completes First Academic Year of School-wide Sexual Abuse Awareness Training

Staff Apr 27

Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) , one of the world’s leading seminaries for training evangelical Christian leaders, in collaboration with MinistrySafe , a leader in sexual abuse prevention and education, has completed its first academic year in providing child sexual abuse awareness...

How I Write: Gloria Furman

Raquel P. Wroten Mar 22

Gloria Furman (MACE, 2007) is a cross-cultural worker who serves with her husband, Dave (ThM, 2007), at Redeemer Church in Dubai. She is the author of several books, including a new book, Alive in Him: How Being Embraced by the Love of Christ Changes Everything , which was recently released....

Dr. Robert Garippa Retiring After 17 Years; Dr. George Hillman new VP of Student Life

Mark L. Bailey Mar 21

Fulfilling the mission of Dallas Theological Seminary takes a team of dedicated people committed not only to academics, but also to student life. And we at DTS view these as inseparable priorities. Robert Garippa, DMin For 17 years, Dr. Robert Garippa has overseen DTS’s...

Jeanne Hendricks: God’s Grace Before, Beside, and After “Prof” Hendricks

BJ Rathbun Mar 20

“Prof” Howard Hendricks—affectionately “Howie,” to his wife—left an incredible legacy of godly leadership when he went to be with the Lord in February, 2013. As his teaching and leading ministry grew, Prof. Hendricks was quick to give God credit, commend his...

Can You Love God and Your Job?

Bill Hendricks Feb 20

If you did a double-take on the title of this piece, there’s a good chance you thought, What, love my job ? Who in the world loves their job ?! According to Gallup research, seventy percent of American workers don’t like their job. In technical terms, they work...

Ask Dr. Swindoll: How Does Your Wife, Cynthia, Enhance Your Ministry?

Charles R. Swindoll Feb 10

Several times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel at DTS and engages in a question-and-answer time with prospective students. Here are some of the questions he answered recently. How does your wife, Cynthia, enhance your ministry? Cynthia has loved Christ more intensely and more...

What Good is Valentine’s Day?

Sandra Glahn Feb 9

Quick! What do you get when you mix history, myth, marketing, romance, and angst? Yes, indeed—Saint Valentine’s Day. Many of us think, “Meh. Another commercial holiday for greeting-card companies to make money.” And, indeed, they do. The Greeting Card Association...

Loving Our Neighbor: Statement on Caring for Refugees

Mark L. Bailey Jan 31

Before chapel on January 31, 2017, Mark L. Bailey, president of DTS and professor of Bible Exposition, read the following statement: On our Statue of Liberty, it is inscribed, Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your...

Logos Master Trainer Joins DTS Family

Staff Jan 30

In 2013, Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) and Logos Bible Software (Logos) entered into a first-of-its-kind partnership that equips DTS students with digital theological resources. Rather than requiring students to purchase Logos on their own, this new partnership enabled students in every degree...

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