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A Costly Call: Jeremy’s Story

February 15, 2019
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Meet Jeremy! He is one of our current Winter DTS students. We had a lot of fun asking him a few questions on how he came to do a DTS and what God has been teaching him so far. Here is what he said: Q: What made you decide to do DTS? A: I always…

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Liz’s Story: I Left My Family and My Job

February 8, 2019
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I am the first Christian in my family. June of last year, I was meeting with my pastor and asking him how I could have more of Jesus. I wanted more of Jesus. I told him I wanted to know how I could serve Jesus and I wanted to be prepared to expand the Kingdom.…

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Laura’s Story: What Failure Means

November 16, 2018
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I’ve been honored to participate in the worship track this fall here in DTS. Before it began, I thought I was going to learn how to lead worship… but God had a different plan. He has used every ounce of this class to teach me much more than singing songs and strumming a guitar: He’s…

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Cory’s Story: A Lament

October 12, 2018
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“Prayer was never meant to me incidental to the work of God. It is the work.” – Arthur Matthews, China Inland Mission We love missions and seeing the lost saved. A crucial part in this happening is by investing time in prayer.  At least three times a week, we intentionally set aside time as a…

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From Bolivia: Everyone Can Come In

July 13, 2018
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Our first week in Bolivia was spent at a boys street kids home, ages 11-19, sharing testimonies, teaching and playing games. These boys had no choice but to live on the streets to escape their toxic home lives and abusive families. Living on the streets is a rough lifestyle where the children use contact glue…

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