Category: Houston Chapel

Houston Chapel
Feb 29, 2020
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Endurance Dr. Michael Pocock, senior professor emeritus in World Missions, highlights how the challenges of studies, family, work, and ministry require endurance, which result in efficacy...
Houston Chapel
Feb 24, 2020
Philip Kwon
Shepherd God's Flock Philip Kwon, pastor of Leadership Development at Woods Edge Community Church in Spring, TX, highlights the aim of the charge for believers as ministers is always love: love for...
Houston Chapel
Feb 15, 2020
Joshua J. BleekerJoshua J. Bleeker
The Thing You Can't Live Without, but Can Never Afford Dr. Josh Bleeker, assistant professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, dives into the following: excavators cannot unearth its location, stock indices cannot assess its...
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Feb 3, 2020
Will JohnstonWill Johnston
From Paralysis to Blindness Dr. Will Johnston, associate professor of New Testament, discusses the paralytic's rejection of Jesus, even after being healed, as a stark contrast to the humility of the blind man...
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Jan 23, 2020
Joseph IngramJoseph Ingram
Holy Imitators Joseph Ingram, vision pastor at Common Bond Church in Houston, TX, discusses how the manner of God's love to those who know Jesus Christ compels them to live holy now, recognizing...
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Jan 13, 2020
Stanley NewtonStanley Newton
Sabbath, An Expression of a Love for God Pastor Stan Newton, Director of Community Relations and Ministry Formation at DTS-Houston, talks about frenzied multi-tasking and offers a response to this way of life through a...
Houston Chapel
Dec 7, 2019
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
When "Why" is the Wrong Question Dr. Glenn Kreider, professor of Theological Studies, pauses in the tension of the problem of evil and the goodness of God, recognizing the theological difficulty of the space, and...
Houston Chapel
Dec 5, 2019
Jaron JonesJaron Jones
Why Worry? Jaron Jones, lead pastor of Shine Bible Fellowship Church in Houston, TX, discusses how worry causes a loss of focus on the most important parts of spiritual growth.
Houston Chapel
Dec 2, 2019
Maukwan TangMaukwan Tang
The Key to Fruitful Personal and Church Ministries Rev. Maukwan Tang, Chinese pastor at Katy Christian Community Church in Katy, TX, encourages listeners to be filled with the Holy Spirit always in order to have fruitful personal...
Houston Chapel
Oct 31, 2019
Chad RankinChad Rankin
Failing Forward Dr. Chad Rankin, associate pastor at Cross Roads Community Church of Pearland in Pearland, TX, reminds believers how failure does not exclude followers of Christ from service.
Houston Chapel
Oct 28, 2019
Ekpedeme WadeEkpedeme Wade
Thriving as a DTS Student Dr. Ekpe Wade, assistant professor of Biblical Counseling, discusses how strength that comes from the Holy Spirit, love of God and one another, and self-discipline, especially in...
Houston Chapel
Oct 12, 2019
Avis Blake-ThomasAvis Blake-ThomasChris HopfDaymond Wilkins
Lessons From Seminary Avis Blake-Thomas, Dr. Chris Hopf, and Rev. Daymond Wilkins reminisce and recall lessons they learned during their tenures as students at DTS.
Houston Chapel
Oct 7, 2019
Erik SalwenErik Salwen
Living Worthy Dr. Erik Salwen, assistant professor of Biblical Counseling, challenges believers to live worthy, which requires connecting with others, relates to accomplishing good things, and...
Houston Chapel
Sep 21, 2019
Chilobe KalamboChilobe Kalambo
An Open Call to True Discipleship Mr. Chilobe Kalambo, teaching pastor and elder at Bayou City Fellowship in Houston, TX, offers the challenge to believers to become true disciples by not merely paying lip service...
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Sep 16, 2019
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
Doing the Right Thing the Right Way Dr. Bruce Fong, dean of DTS-Houston, challenges believers to stop bad habits and crave time in the Word.
Houston Chapel
Apr 11, 2019
J. William JohnstonJ. William Johnston
Better than Everything Dr. Will Johnston, associate professor of NT studies, reminds believers of using the sight God provides, thus learning to value the Son of Man over everything and everyone else.
Houston Chapel
Apr 8, 2019
Christopher C. MooreChristopher C. Moore
Lessons from the Burning Bush Rev. Christopher Moore, senior pastor at New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Houston, TX, affirms how a true encounter with God qualifies the call to ministry.
Houston Chapel
Mar 2, 2019
Mary Jo SharpMary Jo Sharp
Reflecting the Reality of God Mary Jo Sharp, assistant professor of Apologetics at Houston Baptist University and founder of Confident Christianity, encourages believers, as those who reflect the reality of...
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Feb 28, 2019
John BeukemaJohn Beukema
Introduction Dr. John Beukema, senior pastor of Cypress Bible Church in Houston, TX, discusses why our focus needs to be on Jesus.
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Feb 9, 2019
C. David HarrisonC. David Harrison
When Labor Seems in Vain C. David Harrison, pastor of First Church Heights in Houston, TX, encourages leaders not to measure success in ministry by result that are seen, but by the fruit of their labor.
Houston Chapel
Feb 7, 2019
David GundersonDavid Gunderson
Be a Farmer Dr. David "Gunner" Gunderson, lead pastor at BridgePoint Bible Church in Houston TX, issues a reminder regarding ministry in remembering fruitfulness doesn't come from watching and...
Houston Chapel
Feb 4, 2019
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
What You Believe to be True Dr. Bruce Fong, dean of DTS-Houston, affirms the need to believe by choice, not just based on knowing a lot of information.
Houston Chapel
Dec 8, 2018
Timothy J. RalstonTimothy J. Ralston
To Worship Well Dr. Timothy Ralston, professor of Pastoral Ministries, defines worship in these three ways: pledge allegiance, transfer ownership, and re-orient regularly.
Houston Chapel
Dec 6, 2018
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
Touching Moments Speak Volumes Dr. Bruce Fong, dean of DTS-Houston, discusses worship and how it erupts from a heart that adores Jesus Christ out of deep gratitude in response to lavish generosity.