8 Ways to Get Involved with the Deaf

Sarita Fowler Jul 26, 2016

Whenever Christians engage the Deaf sensitively and respectfully, their efforts please Christ. To fulfill Christ’s mandate, believers must engage the Deaf community. Regardless of Christians’ initial knowledge of sign language or Deaf culture, all of us can take steps to educate...

Alumni Profile: Don Regier

Staff Jul 24, 2016

Back in 1965, DTS alumnus and special Bible lecturer the late Dr. J. Vernon McGee mentioned a “prodigal pig.” A young man named Don Regier heard him that day, and that little phrase “prodigal pig” started Regier thinking about a story. He graduated with his ThM in 1969 and...

Ikki Soma: Leading a Multicultural Church Against the Odds

Karen G. Giesen Jul 21, 2016

F irst-time visitors to City of Refuge Church in Houston, Texas, are often taken aback by its diversity. At a time when still only 5 percent of American Protestant churches fit the sociologists’ definition of a multicultural church—one with a racial minority of at least 20...

Passion Global Institute in Partnership with DTS

Staff Jul 17, 2016

Dallas Theological Seminary and Passion Global Institute are excited to announce a dynamic new partnership that blends Passion’s vision and culture with DTS’s commitment to rigorous, biblically centered education. Nearly twenty years ago, Louie Giglio led the first Passion...

The Great Commission Here at Home: Sharing Christ with the Deaf Community

Sarita Fowler Jul 14, 2016

Many Christians unwittingly overlook the world’s third-largest unreached people group, many of whom live in the United States. Although this group shares many similarities with the rest of us, their culture and language differ significantly from ours. Although natural-born citizens,...

Ask Dr. Swindoll: How Do You Keep From Competing With Other Believers?

Charles R. Swindoll Jul 10, 2016

S everal 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 do you, as a growing Christian, keep from competing with other believers? I have a few...

Praying for Dallas and Beyond

Mark L. Bailey Jul 8, 2016

On behalf of the DTS Community we extend our hearts and prayers to those who have been injured and to those family members who have lost loved ones in the horrendous assault on our police officers of the City of Dallas and the Dallas Area Rapid Transport organization. As president of Dallas...

Dr. Campbell’s Daughter on Her Father’s 90th Birthday: Four Things He Has Taught Me

Mary Burnidge Jul 8, 2016

Dwight L. Moody once proclaimed, “Character is what a man is in the dark.” As Dr. Donald Campbell's only daughter, I can attest to the fact that my father is not only a man of the utmost character, but he is also a man after God's own heart. On the momentous occasion of his...

I Don't See You as a Black Friend

J. Garrett Kell Jul 7, 2016

I grew up in the hills of West Virginia and had no African Americans in my graduating class. I attended a university with a relatively diverse campus, but most of my interactions with people who weren’t white came on the basketball court. My experience in church was much the...

Can Any Good Thing Come Out of Nazareth?

Sandra Glahn Jul 1, 2016

S tanding in Nazareth's Basilica of the Annunciation, I gazed up at mosaics from all over the world. These works depicted the Virgin Mary with Jesus, and in each case Jesus bore the ethnic identity of the predominate group in the gifting country. That is, the art from Ecuador showed...

It is Personal Being a Christ-Follower who's Asian

Bruce W. Fong Jun 30, 2016

T he fishing in Galveston Bay was fabulous. My mind was capturing the memories of friends who shared in the adventure, perfect weather for a Texas August day, and a bountiful catch of speckled trout. One of my colleagues and I spontaneously decided to grab a light dinner before heading home....

Home Before Dark: Profile of Dr. Donald K. Campbell

Steve Smith Jun 28, 2016

“A lot can be accomplished if you do not care who gets the credit .” – Dr. Donald K. Campbell The third president of Dallas Theological Seminary barely survived childhood. As a young lad in Fort Wayne, Indiana (b. 1926), Donald K. Campbell (ThM, 1952; ThD, 1953) was...

The Lord Loves Diversity

Mark L. Bailey Jun 23, 2016

A ll of us who have lived through this past year are aware of the difficulties of the racial tensions within our culture—the massacre in Charleston, racially related police violence, and offensive statements made by politicians and candidates. If anything, these events continue to show...

How to Seek Unity in Diversity: First Steps

Elizabeth Woodson Jun 16, 2016

Hearing the word “race” can overwhelm us. Our newspapers and social media feeds have bombarded us with stories of racial violence involving African Americans like Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and Sandra Bland. While the details of these cases are disputed, the fact that similar...

DTS-Washington, DC Expands Faculty and Degree Offerings

Staff Jun 13, 2016

DTS-DC continues to experience a tremendous influx of new students from around the DC metro area and as far away as New York City. Since its inception in 2010, it has grown from a handful of students to nearly 100 as of spring 2016. Joshua Bleeker (ThM, 2004; current DEdMin student), director of...

DTS Announces Its Spanish-Language Program

Staff Jun 11, 2016

English Español Dallas Theological Seminary proudly announces a new department to reach and equip Spanish-speaking believers called “DTS en Español.” DTS en Español represents DTS’s mission “to glorify God by equipping godly...

DTS Students Equipped to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse through MinistrySafe

Staff May 19, 2016

Beginning fall 2016, Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) will require all students in ministry degree programs to receive an entry-level certification in the Sexual Abuse Awareness Training offered by MinistrySafe .  The Need for Abuse Prevention Training Husband and wife legal team Gregory...

Celebrating the Retirement of Dr. Buist M. Fanning after 42 Years

Raquel P. Wroten May 17, 2016

After teaching at Dallas Theological Seminary for forty-two years, Dr. Buist M. Fanning is retiring June 2016. While the whole seminary family will miss Dr. Fanning’s teaching, guidance and his presence on campus, we feel blessed and eternally grateful for his decades of Christ-like service. We wish Dr. Fanning and his wife, Jan, many blessings in retirement.

DTS Celebrates 2016 Graduates

Staff May 16, 2016

DTS celebrated God's faithful work in the lives of more than 250 recent graduates at commencement exercises on May 7, 2016. Rev. Samuel Chiang delivered the commencement address.

Campus Renovation 2016: Before and After Images

Staff Apr 29, 2016

Photos and video from the restoration of Davidson and Stearns and the new Horner Administration Building.

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