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Stay, Observe, and Praise!

Dr. Carisa Ash, director of International Student Services and Services for Students with Disabilities, acknowledges the revelation of God through creation and encourages listeners to stop and observe this truth, responding with praise to the Creator.

Carisa A. Ash
Dr. Ash received her bachelors from Spring Arbor University in 1996, followed by her ThM in 2003, and her PhD in 2012, both from DTS. Carisa enjoys helping others explore how to think theologically about studies, vocation, and life. She spent eleven years serving in the area of Academic Advising. Dr. Ash now serves international students as they consider how DTS training can transform them for ministry in an ever changing world.
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