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Since 1924, renowned and caring faculty members at Dallas Theological Seminary have trained students to share God’s message—all sixty-six books of the Bible—with people all over the world.  In the alumni office, we are here to encourage, engage, and equip our godly servant-leaders as they proclaim the Word of God and build up the body worldwide. 

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Alumni Stories

Alumni Spotlight

Emily Lawyer (MABC, 2020)

God loves to write an extraordinary story if given the opportunity. Little did I know when I moved from Louisville, KY, to Washington, D.C., twenty-two

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News

Panama | GProCongress II

Every pastor a trainer. All pastors trained. This vision for training pastoral leaders is what drives Ramesh Richard to initiate efforts designed to build the

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Event

Inspire Women Conference

Dear Friend of Dallas Theological Seminary, Many of DTS’ current students, graduates and faculty are familiar with the lifetime friendship between Inspire Women and Dallas Theological

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Alumni Spotlight

Mark A. Slone (ThM, 2009)

After graduating DTS, I began serving as the Missions Director in January 2010 at Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Houston, TX. My primary ministry

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Devotional

Make Room for Jesus

As cold and hot battle for dominance this time of year, it is often challenging to discern seasons in Houston, Texas. Yet, we can see

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Alumni Spotlight

Beti González (ThM, 2003)

Una de las muchas paradojas del ministerio es que los más grandes entre nosotros a menudo sirven en la oscuridad. Beti González (ThM, 2003) conoce

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Alumni Spotlight

A Cord of Three Strands

You know the old saying, “Never say never?” Marty Baker said “never” about preaching. During his early years, Michael Coffey’s friends might have said “never”

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