Alumni carry the DTS flame throughout the world. Whether you are an alumnus serving in Uzbekistan
or a graduate working in Dallas, the alumni office encourages, engages, and equips you
to glorify God wherever He has placed you.
Don’t let graduation be the end. Stay connected to classmates, faculty, and staff through alumni eNews, events, and programs.
Bible Training Centre for Pastors | Dennis J. Mock
Dennis Mock joined the DTS community in the early eighties after practicing law for a decade and a half. His transition from legal to biblical
S.W.I.M. Has Changed Its Name!
Wives of students at Dallas Theological Seminary are blessed to have a ministry uniquely for them. Years ago, amazing women such as Jeanne Hendricks, Maxine
John 17: Comfort and Encouragement in the Lord’s Prayer
I’m a preacher’s kid. Growing up in a large Christian family, I often heard my parents pray out loud. Their routine was to wake up
Jacob (ThM, 2013) and Josephine (MABS, 2013) Li
In 2009, Jacob and Josephine left their home, families, and promising careers in real estate development and interior design in Canada to begin their study
Making Resolutions: Learning from Paul’s Instruction to Timothy
New Year’s resolutions—you love them, or you hate them. I found an unexpectedly helpful model for making resolutions in 2 Timothy 1:3–12. Paul’s reflections about
On Mission in Martinsville | Linda Prillaman (MACE, 2020)
My husband, Lee, glanced over at me. “Should we retire early? Move to Martinsville?” Martinsville—Lee’s hometown. A town financially devastated by the North American Free
DTS Southwest Events & News
Exciting things are happening in 2023! In the Southwest, our student community continues to grow as we add classes, conferences, Spiritual Formation groups, and meetings.
Hal Habecker (ThM, 1978) | Finishing Well Ministries
After my wife and I served in three challenging, invigorating, and wonderful ministries, God launched Finishing Well Ministries through us in 2015. To counter the
The Value of Friendship: What Job’s Friends Got Right
When three of Job’s friends heard of the tragedy he had suffered, they got together and traveled from their homes to comfort and console him.
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