News

Congratulations, Class of 2020!

Congratulations to the more than 450 members of the class of 2020. Welcome to the DTS Alumni family! We hope this virtual graduation provided our graduates with an opportunity to celebrate their academic achievements in a timely manner. The seminary

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Ann McCulloch (MABS, 1997)

Ann came to know the Lord when she was 31 years old. As she was seeking God’s counsel for the parenting of her children, she came upon a passage in the gospel of John that changed her life: “I will

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Alumni Resources for COVID-19

We are here to serve you! The Alumni & Career Services office continues to operate remotely to help you, your family, or your ministry during this season. Please email alumni@dts.edu or leave a message at 214-887-5100 with any questions or

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Jesse Bradley (ThM, 1999)

God is doing a great work in Seattle. The fastest growing city in America also ranks in the top ten for unchurched and dechurched people as well. The gospel is spreading in the Pacific Northwest in new and creative ways.  I

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Blaine Larsen (MACL, 2017)

Blaine Larsen knows the elation of having hits on the country music charts, whether as a singer or songwriter, and working with some of the most famous names in Nashville. However, Blaine found himself cutting back on his music career

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Walt Baker (1929-2020)

Former DTS World Missions professor, Dr. Walt Baker (ThM, 1957) peacefully passed away on January 21, at the age of ninety. Baker was on faculty from 1974–2008 as associate professor of Missions, advisor of Student Missions Fellowship, organizer of the

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DTS Throwback | 1970s Soccer Team

Coach Dr. John Witmer (ThM, 1946; ThD, 1953) and the mid-1970’s DTS Soccer Team.  Top Row: Dr. John Witmer, Tim Waggoner (ThM, 1976), Helmuth Pehlke (ThM, 1978; ThD, 1985), Rick Efird (ThM, 1978), Bill Lambert (ThM, 1976), Tim Kimmel (ThM,

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DTS Announces 6th President

The Board of Incorporate Members of Dallas Theological Seminary has named current vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Mark M. Yarbrough, as the sixth president in the institution’s 95-year history. Dr. Yarbrough, who will assume the presidency on July 1,

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