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Recent Alumni Visits

See who’s been stopping by the alumni office or reuniting around the world!

Roy (ThM, 1984) and Amy Low

Roy and Amy stopped by our office along with Amy’s sister, Debbie, and her husband, Jim Ing. We enjoyed visiting with all four of them!

Doug (ThM, 1979) and Connie Hornok

Doug (ThM, 1979) and Connie Hornok stopped by the office while on their way to visit family, and we’re delighted they made time to see us!

Bill Arvan (ThM, 1976), Steve Eckert, and Todd Magnuson

Bill Arvan (ThM, 1976), Steve Eckert, and Todd Magnuson from READ Ministries, a ministry that resources evangelism and discipleship in the former Soviet Union, stopped by our office. It was a delight to hear about stories from the seminary during the seventies and to learn more about their ministry efforts! 

Centennial Alumni Dinner // Boston, MA

Join the Alumni Office for a complimentary Centennial Alumni Dinner in Boston, Massachusetts as we celebrate one hundred years of the Lord’s faithfulness to Dallas Theological Seminary! The dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, November 4 at Maggiano’s (4 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA 02116). Attire is professional casual.

Centennial Alumni Dinner // Hackensack, NJ

Join the Alumni Office for a complimentary Centennial Alumni Dinner in Hackensack, New Jersey as we celebrate one hundred years of the Lord’s faithfulness to Dallas Theological Seminary! The dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, October 7 at Maggiano’s (70 Riverside Square Mall, Hackensack, NJ 07601). Attire is

Centennial Class Reunions

We are so glad you joined us for our class reunions! We love welcoming our alumni back to Dallas Theological Seminary, and we look forward to your next trip home.  Class Reunion Booklets The Class Reunion Booklets are available at the links below.  Reunion Booklet for the Class of 1974

Mission Impossible Made Possible

And many were gathered together, so that there was no more room, not even at the door. And he was preaching the word to them.  And they came, bringing to him a paralytic carried by four men. And when they could not get near him because of the crowd, they

Donald E. Peterson (ThM, 1957)

Birthdays. We inflate balloons until our heads spin, break out the candles, and toss confetti to the chagrin of mothers everywhere. The great debate? Do you eat cake and ice cream with a fork or spoon? Lots of things turn 100 this year: Popsicles, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and