Prayer is one of the hardest spiritual disciplines and at the same time the most rewarding. The Gospels record 52 days of our Lord’s life on earth. Every time there was a task ahead of him, Jesus is found praying.  Our Lord is found praying early in the morning and late in the night, before and after significant events of his life. If the Son of God needed to pray, then we need to even more. 

At DTS, it is a privilege and a joy to pray for fellow students, faculty, alumni and well-wishers of the institute. Please let us know how we can be praying for you by sending your prayer requests to prayer@dts.edu. Apart from individuals / student groups praying, there are at least two times in the week students get together on the Dallas campus to pray along with fellow students. If you are able, please feel free to join the students at the below days/hours. 

 
  1. Monday nights from 7 to 8 PM (CST) led by Trina Freatman (trinabf@comcast.net) in the President’s Room.
  2. Tuesday mornings from 6:30 to 7:30 AM (CST) led by Fredrick Seaman (fredrickmseaman@gmail.com) in the President’s Room in Mitchell Ministry Center.
To help you in your prayer journey, here are some resources for prayer
 
  1. With Christ in the School of Prayer by Andrew Murray.
  2. Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions by Arthur Bennett.
  3. Prayer: Does it Make a Difference by Philip Yancey.
  4. Praying the Bible by Donald S. Whitney.