Dipa Hart, director of Ministry Formation, discusses how doing nothing when entrusted with something is not okay with God, but actually reveals how believers think and feel about God.

About the Contributors

Dipa H. Hart

Dipa Hart serves as the director for internships and teaches in departments of Educational Ministries and Leadership and Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. Her background includes hospital chaplaincy, spiritual formation, church planting, intercultural engagement, outreach, missions and service with professional societies including the Association of Women Ministry Professions (AWMP), the Evangelical Association of Theological Field Educators, and the national organization, Association of Theological Field Educators (ATFE). Her academic interests include ecclesial and organizational leadership studies, the practice of Christian spirituality and spiritual formation, and forming church leaders for intercultural ministry. A Public Relations graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Dipa has also earned a Master of Theology degree in Old Testament and Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Regent University focused on multi-level transitions in leadership. She resides in Texas with her family.