Joe M. Allen Jr.

Dr. Allen earned his Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1988 and his Doctor of Ministry degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1994. He has been pastoring for over 30 years, mainly in Georgia, his home state. His high school sweetheart, and wife for over 40 years, Lindsey teaches 5th grade at First Baptist Academy. The Allens have two married children and two grandchildren. Both of their children serve in vocational Christian ministry. Joe currently serves as our Campus Pastor at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Joe M. Allen Jr.’s Contributions

Thorn Crusher

Dr. Joe Allen is the Campus Pastor of Dallas Theological Seminary. Today he shares from Hebrews…
February 13, 2024

A Testimony of Loving Well

Join long-time friends and colleges and they share an encouraging story of support through challenging times.
April 11, 2023

Retrieval Brings Rejoicing – Joe Allen

Today our Campus Pastor Dr. Joe Allen shares from Luke 15 how all lost people matter…
April 6, 2023

An Interview about Ministry in Romania

Dr. Ben and Anda Mongos are serving in their home country of Romania. Dr.Ben is the…
September 22, 2022
Dr Mark Yarbrough speaks at convocation

Convocation Fall 2022

Convocation Ceremony Fall 2022
August 26, 2022

Do Your Best – Dr. Joe Allen

Dr. Joe Allen is the Chaplain at Dallas Theological Seminary. Today he shares from 1 Corinthians…
July 27, 2022

On Top of the Hill – Dr. Joe Allen Jr

Dr. Joe Allen Jr. is the Dallas Theological Seminary Campus Pastor. He shares from Exodus 17:8-13…
February 8, 2022
Dr. Mark Bailey and Barby Bailey leading a discussion at DTS Chapel

Ministry Perspective from Pastors' Wives

Dr. Mark Bailey, president of DTS, and Dr. Joe Allen, campus pastor at DTS, talk with…
February 2, 2018
Dr. Bock and guests recording The Table podcast

Caring for Your Pastor

In this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock, Dr. Joe Allen and Bruce Ewing discuss how Christians can…
October 11, 2016

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