20 May 2020

DBTS 2020 Graduate: Joshua Roland

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Since we were not able to hold our commencement this year at DBTS, we are highlighting one of our graduates each day. Today we would like to recognize Joshua Roland. Josh was born in Denver, CO, in 1984, the son of Ralph (late) and Carol Roland. He came to Christ during a missions conference at...
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19 May 2020

DBTS 2020 Graduate: Anthony Iorillo

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Since we were not able to hold our commencement this year at DBTS, we are highlighting one of our graduates each day. Today we would like to recognize Anthony Iorillo. Tony was born in Cleveland, OH, in 1982, the son of Mark and Maria Iorillo. When he was 13 years old, he trusted Christ at...
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18 May 2020

DBTS 2020 Graduate: Alex Francia

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Since we were not able to hold our commencement this year at DBTS, we are highlighting one of our graduates each day. Today we would like to recognize Alex Francia. Alex was born in Bethesda, MD, in 1991, the son of Gabriel Lifschitz and Maria Francia. He trusted in Christ at the age of 21...
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15 May 2020

DBTS 2020 Graduate: Phil Fitzgerald

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With the current restrictions on gatherings in Michigan we were unable to host our commencement ceremony this year at DBTS. While we have invited our graduates from this year to participate in our 2021 ceremony, we would also like to take some time to recognize their accomplishment now. Over the next several days, we will...
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8 May 2020

Review: Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion

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Is the world better without religion? Doesn’t Christianity crush diversity? Doesn’t religion hinder morality? These are just a few of the twelve questions addressed by Rebecca McLaughlin in her debut book, Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion. The choices of questions are not random; rather they reflect the questions McLaughlin has...
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4 May 2020

Join a DBTS Summer Course

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DBTS is pleased to announce that you can participate live via video conferencing for two of our summer courses. You can take Marriage and Family Counseling for credit, or you can audit the course at the discounted rate of $200 for the course. You can also audit Ethics at the discounted rate. PT527 Marriage &...
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30 Apr 2020

Pandemic Evangelism: Spreading the Gospel, Not the Virus (Part 3c)

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This is a really strange time for ministry generally and evangelism specifically. Over the last few weeks, I have been writing a series of short posts designed to aid us in evangelism during this unprecedented time (See Step One, Step Two, Step 3a, and Step 3b).  Step 3c: Tell the Lost About Christ: The Art of Evangelism The last post acknowledged...
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27 Apr 2020

Pandemic Evangelism: Spreading the Gospel, Not the Virus (Step 3b)

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This is a really strange time for ministry generally and evangelism specifically. Over the last few weeks, I have been writing a series of short posts designed to aid us in evangelism during this unprecedented time (See Step One, Step Two, and Step 3a).  Step 3b: Tell the Lost About Christ: Taking Opportunities The last post established that it’s not actually evangelism...
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23 Apr 2020

Pandemic Evangelism: Step Three (a)

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This is a really strange time for ministry generally and evangelism specifically. Last week, I began to develop a series of short posts designed to aid us in evangelism during this unprecedented time (See Step One and Step Two).  Step 3a: Tell the Lost about Christ: Recognizing Opportunities The irreducible minimum of evangelism is talking about Christ. You cannot do evangelism without talking...
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