The Gettys with Dr. Wright

DBU Honors Modern-Day Hymn Writer Keith Getty with Honorary Doctorate of Divinity

On September 27, DBU welcomed Keith and Kristyn Getty to present Keith with an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity and host the "Christ Our Hope" tour concert.

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Commissional Corner: September 2021

Master of Arts in Global Leadership students prepare for the Fall 2021 semester by clinging to Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 9.

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Equipping the Church for Foster Care: Bishop Aaron Blake Speaks at DBU Chapel

Bishop Aaron Blake began to foster 6 high school boys while serving as a bi-vocational pastor and high school counselor. Little did he know how this decision would impact fostered and orphaned children in Texas today.

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Christ: Our Model for Glorifying God

How does one glorify God? Look no further than Jesus, the Word of God made flesh who dwelt among us.

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Humility: The Heart of Servant Leadership

The core of our mission at DBU is to produce servant leaders. But what is servant leadership and why is it the heartbeat of all we do at DBU. Read here to find out.

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Trusting our Heavenly Abba: A View from Parenthood

Getting to call upon God as our Abba, Father, is one of the most fundamental, yet valuable, benefits of the Gospel.

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Don't Waste Your Summer: Continue Learning

The first article of a three-part series, of Don't Waste Your Summer focuses on the importance of continuing to learn throughout the summer without the added stress of a final grade and includes a variety of the DBU faculty and staff's summer reading lists.

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Don't Waste Your Summer: Grow Your Relationships

The second article in a three-part series, Don't Waste Your Summer, focuses on the importance of continuing to invest in your relationships throughout the summer. We were not meant to walk through this life alone, and the summer break is no exception!

Speak Freedom

DBU Hosts 21Wilberforce "Speak Freedom" Conference

21Wilberforce, a Christian human rights organization dedicated to defending the universal rights of religion, belief, and conscience for all people, recently held its annual “Speak Freedom Conference” on the campus of Dallas Baptist University.

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The Coming of Spring: Being Renewed by the Spirit

The beauty of springtime brings with it the refreshing renewal of life all around us. As we enter this new season of renewal, we must also challenge ourselves to pursue the Good Shepherd in order to find revitalization within our own spiritual walks.

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Celebrating Culture and Community

Each year, DBU hosts International Week, a week-long celebration of the many different cultures represented on the DBU campus. Throughout the week, the International Office hosted multiple events focused on gathering students of all cultures across campus to learn more about other cultures through faith, fellowship, and fun.

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Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation: DBU Celebrates International Week

Each year, the DBU family hosts "International Week" on campus, celebrating the gift of community that God has given us as a student body, looking forward to the day in which every tribe, tongue and nation will stand before the Lamb of God.

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12th Annual Easter Service on Good Friday with Dr. Jim Denison

Dr. Jim Denison of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture provided the 2021 Easter Service on Good Friday to celebrate the empty tomb and the resurrection of our Savior.

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Marketplace Leader Bob Doll Speaks at Annual Gallup Lecture Series

A Christian leader in the marketplace with over 40 years of portfolio management expertise and numerous appearances on major news networks, Bob Doll spoke at this year's annual Gallup Lecture Series.

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Anticipating Christ’s Second Triumphal Entry by Recalling His First

Twenty-first century Christians often can’t take in the incredible impact of Christ’s triumphal entry on Palm Sunday, but when we reflect on its place within the larger story of God’s redemption, we stand in awe and anticipation of how God moves and crafts His grand narrative.

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God on the Brain: DBU Faculty Panel Discusses Intersection of Faith, Psychology, and Biology

At a recent Friday Symposium, DBU professors engaged in an interdisciplinary conversation on issues related to faith and contemporary neuroscience.

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The Legacy of Carter G. Woodson

Dr. Tempress Asagba, DBU's Dean of Students and Chair of the Community Advocates for Racial Equality (CARE) Committee, reflects on the foundations of Black History Month and the legacy of Carter G. Woodson.

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A Life of Service: Honoring our Veterans

Hundreds of hand-held American flags lined the DBU lawn and sidewalks to honor all those who have served our nation and protected its freedoms. DBU hosted an “A Life of Service” luncheon featuring special guests Lieutenant Trevor Carpenter, Pastor Devinion B. Valentine, and Dr. Levi Price.

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Student Organizations Lead Prayer for Unity Walk

The Black Student Union and two other student organizations Chi Theta Alpha and Beta Beta joined together for any early morning prayer walk for unity over the DBU campus and the nation.

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Comfort in the Midst of Grief

It is a normal reaction to desire a “How to Grieve” handbook with all the steps listed out with crystal clarity. The truth is, there is no right way to grieve. Experiencing the loss of a student, friend, a classmate, a daughter, or a sister will produce a myriad of emotions, and sometimes the best thing to do is simply allow the waves of emotion to come.

September IGE Webinars

Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) Virtual Webinars Feature Authors Justin Giboney and Dr. Shelette Stewart

In the month of September, the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) hosted informative webinars featuring two published thought leaders. First Justin Giboney, co-founder of The And Campaign, spoke on the topic of pursuing redemptive justice, and then internationally-sought after speaker Dr. Shelette Stewart, founder of Stewart Consulting, LLC, addressed the connection between one's calling and career.

Commissional Corner

The Commissional Corner: Ministry Reimagined

This year we experienced the reality of virtual ministry. Although there are still a few kinks to work out, we are thankful for all of the good that God has done in the midst of COVID-19. We asked MAGL professor Dr. Mark Alexander how this particular season has impacted ministry inside and outside of his classroom.

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Pandemics and the Church: What does History Teach us?

Plagues, disease, famines, wars, and natural disasters. These are hard realities of living in a fallen world we read about everywhere in the pages of Scripture, but a widespread pandemic is not unknown throughout the history of Christianity. Christians of the past and present inspire us with demonstrations of resilient faith and compassion in the midst of crisis.

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Jesus is Truly Better

DBU Patriots welcomed Shane Pruitt as a guest speaker at Chapel. For students, he brought one simple message: Jesus is better.

Shirley and Joyce Porto

Two Sisters from Brazil Sharing One Heart for the Global Oppressed

For current DBU graduate students, Shirley and Joyce Porto, the religious freedoms enjoyed by some are an urgent call to speak out for others around the world without them. Together they are working on campus to inspire students to give voice to the voiceless and make the world a more just place for all.

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Oklahoma Senator James Lankford Speaks at Chapel

Oklahoma Senator James Lankford visited Dallas Baptist University on October 2 and delivered a Chapel message that touched a central theme close to the hearts of many DBU students – choosing who to follow.

DBU Night of Worship with Hillsong

DBU Night of Worship with Hillsong

DBU kicked off its fall 2019 semester with a special DBU Night of Worship, led by Aran Puddle, Creative Director of Hillsong College, along with DBU students and other worship leaders from Hillsong.

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Top 4 Reasons to Choose a Christian University

With the value of higher education being challenged in the media in recent years, not to mention the heavy costs often associated with a private education, what makes pursuing your education as an older adult student at a Christian university a wise choice?

Fred Ndavi

Alumnus Starts Nonprofit to Serve Kenyan Students

DBU Alumnus Fred Ndavi was raised in Kenya in a community that experienced poverty and educational hardships. After earning an MBA in International Business, a degree many in his community have no opportunity to achieve, he went on to be the founder and executive director of Inspire Spaces—an international non-profit organization that focuses on education in Kenya.

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DBU Alumnus Experiences a Life of Trials, Tragedy, and Triumph

“The doctor says I have cancer,” Dale Braswell’s father blurted out as they packed up his dorm room in Lange Hall on the Dallas Baptist University campus. Dale’s roommates had just taken a few boxes of out to the car, and in this brief moment alone, Dale’s dad dropped the bombshell. His father’s eyes welled up. “We’re gonna try to figure this thing out,” he said.

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A Miraculous Journey

Wilame and Erica, after much prayer and counsel, left the comfort of their home and profitable jobs as a banker and lawyer in order to pursue the Lord. They took a leap of faith, trusting God would provide, and moved from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Dallas, Texas

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Faculty Friday: Dr. Jodi Grimes

Dr. Jodi Grimes passionately serves in a variety of roles on campus. As an English professor, an academic advisor, and a co-sponsor for programs like Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, and DOXA Literary Circle, she invests both time and energy into each area of service.

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An Act of Faith: DBU Alumna Donates Kidney

The diagnosis looked grim. Although Patricia had battled cancer and won, a new problem emerged-kidney failure. For two years she spent her mornings, driving to her dialysis clinic, sitting through the process, and knowing that in a couple of days it would start all over again, four hours at a time.

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We Were, We Are, We Will Be

Birthed in the midst of the Harlem Renaissance, a period of unparalleled development in African American art, music, literature, theater, and politics, Negro History Week (which later became Black History Month) was founded in February 1926 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the second African American to receive a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University. Woodson wholeheartedly believed that the immersive study of black history and culture would be the path to racial uplift and progress.

A female DBU Student is standing next to a girl from Uganda in Uganda.

Senior Studies Abroad in Uganda

From the beginning of January to the middle of May 2018, DBU senior Katie Evenson studied abroad in Uganda, attending Uganda Christian University in a town called Mukono. For Evenson, this opportunity to learn in another country was something that has been on her heart for a long time.

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Rising to the Call of Christ

Dr. King challenges us to recognize that it is not about what will happen to each of us, but rather, what will happen to others if we fail to respond to God’s call.

Shane & Shane and Phil Wickham perform in front of the audience in Pilgrim Chapel

Shane & Shane, Phil Wickham Perform in Pilgrim Chapel

As a part of their 2018 Christmas Tour, Shane & Shane performed at Dallas Baptist University in the Pilgrim Chapel, alongside Phil Wickham. The DBU community gathered together for the concert and enjoyed a night full of worship and Christmas songs, kicking off the start of the Christmas season.

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Faith and Provision Full Circle

Current DBU student Ranjita Kumar grew up in an Indian orphanage. Her biological family practiced Hinduism, and she herself was a professing atheist. At the young age of seven, her biological mother placed her in a Christian orphanage.

Dr. Ross O'Brien fellowships with students at a table at Chick-fil-a on campus

The Great Commission for the Rest of Us

Pastors and mission organization spokespersons often quote Jesus’ final words to his disciples in Matthew 28 as a challenge to those called by God to serve him in a foreign land as vocational missionaries. A person’s final words before departing carry significant weight and Jesus’ final words to his disciples are no different.

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Greek Life at DBU: Breaking the Mold

The term “Greek Life” in most settings these days is often accompanied with negative connotations, emotions, or headlines, as news and culture draw attention to instances of hazing or scandal associated with such organizations.

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A Day in the Life: Tori Corbo

I climb 112 stairs every day to get to the top of the hill. I think every DBU student can attest that there is an abundant amount of stairs at our beloved school. What makes this funny to me, and fascinating to others, is that I love the stairs. They are a little challenge for me every day.

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Ambassador Brownback Gives International Religious Liberty Update

Samuel Brownback, Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, spoke on the role of the United States concerning international religious liberty at Dallas Baptist University on Tuesday night.

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Engaging Culture on the Hill

The world is flooded with thoughts and opinions about everything imaginable, from political debates and racial tension to current diet trends and vaccinations. Why, then, should believers engage in conversations about culture? How does a university like DBU do this without just becoming another voice in the sea of many?

Mike Taylor, Executive Director of UK-USA Ministries, addresses students in the conference

Engage Missions Conference

DBU’s annual Engage Mission Conference took place this September. Composed of a variety of lectures and events, the conference is devoted to training and challenging students to take part in God’s mission and passionately share the love of Jesus Christ through their respective callings as they serve both domestically and abroad.

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"The Case for Christ" Author Lee Strobel Challenges DBU Students to Engage for the Gospel

Lee Strobel, author and speaker best known for his book-turned-film “The Case for Christ,” encouraged the DBU student body through his challenging message in the Monday morning Chapel service.

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Click Nation

Miley isn’t the only one coming in like a wrecking ball. Today, we live and move in an internet world where one savage destroys another snowflake, the ghost of Hitler looms in the other person’s position, animals play instruments, and the most amazing thing you will ever see comes at you three times a day, every day.

Mark Lanier speaking from behind the podium in the Chapel

Mark Lanier Speaks at DBU

Attorney, author, teacher, pastor, and expert storyteller Mark Lanier recently spoke at Dallas Baptist University. Addressing the students at a weekly chapel service, he shared about what truly matters in life.

Dr. Jorge Juan Pastor shakes Dr. Adam Wright's hand as he receives his honorary doctorate degree

The Heart of a Pastor

Over the years, DBU has had the privilege of honoring various individuals with an honorary doctorate. Some are internationally known figures. Others have made incredible contributions to the field of missions, education, or denominational life. Still others have been integral in the life of the University.

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Along the Scarlett Road

Scarlett’s story has reached over 60 countries. Through social media, thousands of people have heard Scarlett’s story. Where Scarlett’s story is heard, the gospel is heard.

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Grounded, Surrounded, and Astounded

Sixteen years ago, I stood in your shoes. It was the summer awaiting my first semester at DBU. I ran the full gamut of emotions—excited about exercising my own independence, anxious regarding making new friends, fearful about whether or not I could pass my classes (and pay my bills!), overwhelmed in the layout of the campus and location of buildings, and the list goes on.

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DBU Honors Leading Pastor in India, Former Dallas Police Chief During May Commencement Service

Dallas Baptist University celebrated its 698 graduates during its May Commencement services, held on Thursday, May 10 and Friday, May 11, in the Patty and Bo Pilgrim Chapel on DBU’s campus.

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Connecting Students to Churches: Ministry Bridge at DBU

Passionate, trained, and effective college students are available through DBU Ministry Bridge to serve at churches who are in need of assistance with semester-long commitments, as well as special events.

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DBU Students Serve Over Spring Break

Each Spring Break, DBU sends out teams of students to serve both locally and nationally and return with stories of lives that were impacted. Two such stories are featured below from the eyes of senior Madison Gould and Junior Cooper McCullough.

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Reflect the Good News of Easter

It has been a long three days. Friday we mourned. We sat under the weight that Christ was persecuted, pierced, and punished to the point of death for our sins.

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Strive for No Less Than Excellence

Could you classify your Spring 2018 semester as one of good works? As the semester progresses, motivation to produce good work slips away, and the temptation to turn in mediocre work becomes stronger.

Russell Moore speaks from the podium in chapel

Russell Moore Speaks at DBU

Yesterday, DBU had the privilege of hosting Dr. Russell Moore on campus as part of the Gallup Lecture Series. As the eighth president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC, Moore is consulted by many media outlets, organizations, and political figures about cultural and political issues.

Michael Gerson, former Chief Speechwriter and Assistant to the President for Policy and Strategic Planning in President George W. Bush’s White House, spoke to DBU students, faculty, and staff about integrating faith and politics. Photos by Amanda Penwarden.

Michael Gerson Speaks at DBU Institute for Global Engagement

Dallas Baptist University and the Institute for Global Engagement were honored to host Michael Gerson, a nationally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post, to discuss faith and politics.

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Student Spotlight: Luke Schlenker

"We are confident that he will approach his work with a passion for justice and mercy and a commitment to excellence that reflects the character of God."

Dr. Billy Graham, along with then-pastor of Park Cities Baptist Church and former trustee, Dr. James Pleitz, at the commencement service held on the DBU campus in March of 1985.

DBU Celebrates the Life of Billy Graham

Along with many around the world, DBU celebrates the life of one of the most influential Christian leaders of the last 100 years, Dr. Billy Graham. His tireless effort to spread the message of hope through the Gospel of Jesus Christ not only transformed the lives of millions of people around the world, but also continues to serve as an example for others to follow for years to come.

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A Challenge for 2018

The first day of classes this Spring semester, I had a student walk up to me and say the nicest thing to me—very encouraging for sure. I used to think that only a certain gracious personality (or someone with the “gift of encouragement”) could be encouraging, but I have decided it takes intentionality—to encourage on purpose.

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Dallas Baptist University Honors Dr. King through Annual MLK Day Unity Walk

In remembrance of all that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. accomplished in his lifetime and in celebration of the unity found in Christ, the DBU Family gathered Monday afternoon for their second annual MLK Day Unity Walk.

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DBU Faculty Release Luther on Leadership

The fall of 2017 saw a unique excitement and dialogue around Martin Luther and his legacy with the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Seven DBU faculty members and one alumnus joined together to enter into the conversation with a new publication entitled Luther on Leadership.

Mark Batterson speaks at DBU commencement

Washington Pastor Speaks at December Commencement

Dr. Mark Batterson, lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C., served as the keynote speaker for two of DBU’s December Commencement ceremonies and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.

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Celebrating Día De Los Reyes

As the holiday season winds down, there is a day of celebration on January 6th that the people of Mexico and many American Families participate in. It correlates to Christmas, and is known as Día De Los Reyes (Day of the Kings).

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Encouragement in a New Year

With the turning of the year comes the breeze of new beginnings. This breeze can be refreshing, chilling, or unexpected. To some, a new year is exciting and an excuse to start over. To others, the New Year is less welcomed bringing along anxious feelings. However, no matter the approach to the new season, we can trust in God’s timing.

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Living Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving opens the holiday season, which can be hectic and stressful. Family, plans, and personalities clash more frequently, and feeling thankful can be hard.

DBU students partnered with First Baptist Church, Irving for a day of service to conclude the 2017 Engage Missions Conference. Photo by: Ryan Crisman.

DBU Hosts Annual Engage Missions Conference

Dallas Baptist University hosted its annual Engage Missions Conference on September 17-23, led by DBU Director of Global Missions Chris Holloway and DBU student Sheldon Norred, and featuring keynote speaker Mike Dsane, Lead Pastor at King’s Harbor Church in Torrance, California.

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Encouragement to Rest in the Lord

During a week off from the regular fall classes, students are reminded to first find rest in the Lord. While Fall Break Mini terms, short-term mission trips, and visits home abound, the most important focus is to be still and to recognize God's sovereignty.

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DBU Students Build Relationships in Israel

Dallas, TX – For the sixth consecutive year, Dallas Baptist University sent a group of students to Israel for experiences touring and learning, as well as opportunities to serve.

Dr. Wright, Dr. Chang, and Dr. Cook - August Commencement | Dallas, Texas

DBU Honors Taiwan Christian Educator during Summer Commencement Service

Dallas, TX – Dallas Baptist University awarded 224 degrees during its Summer Commencement Services, held on Friday, August 4, in the Patty and Bo Pilgrim Chapel on DBU’s campus.

Dr. Marcus “Goodie” Goodloe speaking at the Annual Christian Leadership Summit - Dallas, Texas

DBU Hosts 4th Annual Christian Leadership Summit

Dallas, TX – Dr. Marcus “Goodie” Goodloe, Teaching Pastor at Parkcrest Church in Long Beach, California and long-time friend and alumnus of Dallas Baptist University, was recently honored with the Jim and Sally Nation Award at the 4th annual Christian Leadership Summit at DBU.

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DBU Sky Ranch Partnership

Dallas, TX – Bridging the gap between theory and practice is at the heart of the Graduate School of Ministry’s partnership with Sky Ranch, a Christian camp with locations in Texas, Colorado, and Oklahoma. The first cohort of students participating in the partnership program will graduate in August, after spending two years doing on-site ministry with Sky Ranch while simultaneously completing online coursework at DBU.

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God is at Work

God At Work In My Life. I come from a missions family. My mom and dad both served overseas and worked closely with missionaries when they returned, so a significant portion of my life was spent in this missions context.

Joni Eareckson Tada speaks during chapel - Dallas, Texas

DBU Hosts Joni Eareckson Tada

Dallas, TX – DBU hosted Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends International Disability Center, on Monday, April 24. She shared with the DBU Family, speaking to the student body in chapel and the faculty and staff in a special luncheon that followed.

Dr. Hines, Dr. Deneen, Dr. Brooks

DBU Launches Ministry Connect

Dallas, TX – The inaugural DBU Ministry Connect was launched on Saturday, March 25, in Pilgrim Chapel on the DBU campus. This new initiative of the Graduate School of Ministry seeks to provide high impact training for church leaders.

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DBU Hosts Hispanic Evangelical Leader Samuel Rodriguez

Dallas, TX – Dallas Baptist University hosted noted evangelical pastor and leader Dr. Samuel Rodriguez on Monday, February 27. Dr. Rodriguez is the founding pastor of New Season Christian Worship Center in Sacramento, California, and also serves as the President of the world’s largest Hispanic Christian organization, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.

The DBU Patriettes dance team along with DBU staff sponsors in England.

DBU Patriettes Use Dance to Share the Gospel in England

Dallas, TX – This January, the DBU dance team, the Patriettes, travelled to Northern England to spend a week in ministry, using their gift of dance to spread the love of Christ.

DBU faculty, staff, and students walk across the quad for a time of prayer and then on to the Cross for a recitation of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Photo by Brittni Bean.

DBU Hosts Inaugural Unity Walk, Holds Sixth Annual MLK Service Day

Dallas, TX – DBU honored the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through service and an inaugural Unity Walk on MLK Day this past week.

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BWA President Paul Msiza Visits DBU

Paul Msiza, current president of the Baptist World Alliance, visited DBU on Wednesday March 2, 2016, and spoke to students in chapel and faculty and staff afterwards at a luncheon.

Nabil Costa shared with DBU students, faculty, and staff of God's work in the Middle East in chapel

Nabil Costa of Lebanon Visits DBU

Nabil Costa, Executive Director for the Lebanese Society for Educational and Social Development (LSESD), visited DBU this week and spoke to students in chapel on Wednesday, as well as to the faculty and staff during a special luncheon.

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Steve Green Shares at Second Annual Christian Business Owners Conference

Dallas, TX – Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby, served as the keynote speaker for the 2015 Christian Business Owners Conference, held on the DBU campus on Thursday, April 9.

DBU chapel speaker Botrus Mansour (center) pictured with Chris Holloway, director of global missions, and Jon Dooley, camp/sport ministry director. Holloway and Dooley coordinated the DBU mission trip to Israel last summer to work with the NBS.

Director of Nazareth Baptist School Addresses DBU

Dallas, TX – Botrus Mansour, general director of the Nazareth Baptist School in Nazareth, Israel, served as the chapel speaker at Dallas Baptist University on Wednesday, January 30.

Dr. Raimundo Barreto

Maston Lecture at DBU Features Dr. Raimundo Barreto

Dallas Baptist University hosted the T. B. Maston Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 24, featuring Dr. Raimundo Barreto, Director of the Division of Freedom and Justice for the Baptist World Alliance.

Raquel Contreras speaking to DBU students in the Patty and Bo Pilgrim Chapel during a DBU chapel service on Wednesday, September 26.

BWA Women’s Department President Visits DBU Campus

Dallas, TX – Raquel Contreras, who currently serves as President of the Baptist World Alliance’s Women’s Department, visited the Dallas Baptist University campus on September 26 and shared her testimony with students, faculty, and staff, encouraging them to trust in God for His plans and His perfect timing in their lives.