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or a graduate working in Dallas, the alumni office encourages, engages, and equips you
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Chasing Questions | Steven Mason (ThM, 2002)
When I set up an appointment to interview Dr. Steven Mason (ThM, 2002), the president of LeTourneau University, I hesitantly expected to meet a glossy,
An Unexpected Gift
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters. He restores
Faith and Work for Women | Joy Dahl (MABS, 2017; MACE, 2017; DMin, 2020)
As a Chief Financial Officer and CPA by trade, Joy Dahl provided CFO services to startup and high growth companies. However, in 2014, she transitioned
Voltaire Cacal (CGS, 2010)
I currently serve as Assistant Dean of Students (Advisor to Men) and Director of International Students at DTS. I also serve as Vice Chair for
Paul Mills (MBTS, 2020)
Paul Mills works as the head men’s basketball coach at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK. While his employment is to coach and mentor fifteen
Late Start; Great Finish | Greg Harris (ThD, 1997)
Greg Harris started ministry a little later than most. Before attending Talbot School of Theology for his MDiv and ThM, he had no theological training.
RN to ThM for the Glory of God | Paula Tong (ThM, 2002)
Welcome to our continuing profile series of the alumni of DTS-Houston. This month we are highlighting the life and ministry of our sister, Paula Tong.
A Simple Question | Matthew Glock (ThM, 1991)
In March of 1991, a single question radically shifted Matt Glock’s life. During the World Evangelization Conference at DTS, Matt shared with Korky Davey, an
BEE World | John McLaughlin (MABS, 2010)
Pictured above from left to right: Larry Burns, John Attwood (MACM, 1991), Jody Dillow (ThM, 1969; ThD, 1978), Phil Leach (ThM, 1989), David Semmelbeck (MACE,
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