Give $300 to Purchase a Student’s Books
You know that attending Dallas Theological Seminary is a full-time commitment. Our new students are working so hard to be able to attend this year. Many are juggling parenting children and leading ministries with preparing to begin their Seminary journey. They are dedicated, motivated, and confident that studying God’s word is a worthwhile endeavor for their life. Don’t you agree?
Our students have worked so hard to raise the money for tuition, and many students don’t have the extra funds to pay for books. You may even remember this happening to you!
As a DTS graduate, we are asking you to equip a student by giving a one-time gift of $300. Your support would pay for an incoming student’s books and be such a great encouragement to him or her.
Would you consider giving a student a semester of books for $300?
Yes! I want to help a student with my gift below:
Your commitment will impact the lives of students for years to come because you have provided the means for them to continue with their seminary education.
I wanted to share a few notes of gratitude we have received from students that show just how meaningful a scholarship has been in their lives:
“Thank you for following God’s direction. Thank you for seeing the importance of Christians growing in their understanding of God and His Word. Thank you for trusting DTS and me to use your donation to glorify God to the best of our abilities. Thank you for partnering with me in what Christ has called me toward.” – Lindsay
“It is through this program that I believe that I will be able to follow God’s call for my life, to love people well and to share the gospel with the lost.” – Zachary
“The scholarship award you generously and graciously provided not only is helping me pay tuition without going into debt but has greatly boosted my confidence in God’s plan for my life.” – Linda
I hope you are encouraged to know that your gift will be used to bless and equip the next generation of godly servant-leaders. They have followed in your footsteps by studying God’s Word at DTS, and they will ultimately follow your example by taking the gospel to a world in need.
Dr. Mark M. Yarbrough