Dec 8, 2017
Joye B. Baker
Dr. Joye Baker, adjunct professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership at DTS, discusses the gift of singleness and pauses to re-wrap this gift, encouraging singles to be...
Dec 5, 2017
The Power of Grace
Zack McCoy, pastor at Redemption Church of Houston, TX, advocates for the amazing grace of God, which is so powerful that it can change out hearts and will one day rule the cosmos....
Dec 1, 2017
George M. Hillman
Saturated in God's Word
Dr. George Hillman, VP of Student Life, talks to the students about the lessons that can be learned from Joshua as the new leader after Moses.
Nov 11, 2017
John D. Hannah
Walking When Things Aren't Working
Dr. John Hannah, Professor of Historical Theology at DTS, encourages students in the Christian life, knowing it is a constant struggle with the remnant sin's once universal grip.
Nov 10, 2017
Mark M. Yarbrough
We Will Remember
Dr. Mark Yarbrough, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Academic Dean, & Associate Professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, points out how, when we look back at the faithfulness...
Nov 9, 2017
Jaron Jones, lead pastor at Shine Bible Fellowship in Houston, TX, discusses holiness and how it starts with an inward transformation that leads believers to reaching those on the...
Nov 8, 2017
Victor D. Anderson
Jesus: Qualified for Our Allegiance
Dr. Vic Anderson, department chair of Pastoral Ministries at DTS, discusses the three temptations of Jesus in the wilderness and his full allegiance to God in the process, noting...
Nov 6, 2017
Willie J. Bolden
Living Life In a Different Lane
Dr. Willie Bolden, Executive Director of Community and Church Relations, discusses how Christians are called and commanded to live in ways that are different from the world and...
Nov 6, 2017
Glenn R. Kreider
Anabaptists: "Forgotten Voices of the Reformation"
Upset over the sale of indulgences, among other things, Luther posted a set of ninety-five theses for public discussion on October 31, 1517. In Zurich, Switzerland, within a few...
Oct 30, 2017
John D. Hannah
6 Lessons from the Legacy of Martin Luther
Would Martin Luther—given his personality and prejudices—be acceptable on any modern university faculty?
Reformation scholar Heiko Oberman raised this interesting question...
Oct 23, 2017
Why the Five Solas Matter Today
Long before the beginning of the Reformation, certain practices in the life of the church, for ordinary people, had ceased to be meaningful expressions of the Christian faith....
Oct 18, 2017
Ronald B. Allen
Dr. Ronald Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, discusses how Luther's rediscovery of "grace alone" is one of the great works in history.
Oct 3, 2017
Stephen J. Bramer
Trembling and Trusting
Dr. Stephen Bramer, department chair and professor of Bible Exposition, through the Prophet Habakkuk, encourages believers to tremble at God’s presence and trust Him for strength...
Oct 2, 2017
Mark L. Bailey
Courage to Take a Stand
The responsibility that Christians have to stake out a claim for the cause of Christ in today’s culture is critical. We are witnessing a moment in history when...
Sep 25, 2017
Michael J. Svigel
3 Redeeming Myths of the Reformation
Emperor Nero didn’t really play the fiddle while Rome went up in flames. Paul Revere didn’t ride through the night shouting “The British are coming! The British are...
Sep 15, 2017
Deaf Awareness: Meeting the Unseen Need
Rev. Josh Bonjour, Pastor of New Life Deaf Fellowship, highlights how Jesus shows his knowledge and ability to heal unseen needs through the healing of a deaf man. The message was...
Sep 14, 2017
Feasting on God's Word
Mrs. Cindy Hawks, ministry leader in Austin, TX, discusses how God brings revival to hearts and feeds the souls of believers as they feast on his Word.
Sep 12, 2017
Only Servants Become Great
Mr. David Hodges, senior pastor at Grace Community Bible Church, explains how desiring greatness is a great goal, but in God's kingdom, it's only obtained through sincerely serving...
Sep 11, 2017
Bruce W. Fong
Love Is About Serving
Dr. Bruce Fong, Dean at DTS-Houston, talks about love as the primary identifier of God's people and its physical manifestation evidenced by active service to others rather than...
Sep 6, 2017
Rich Poor Women
Raymond Harris, founder of Raymond Harris and Associates in Dallas, TX, discusses how stewardship in God's kingdom is upside down when seen through the world's standards.
Sep 1, 2017
Elliot E. Johnson
Seminary Education: What's Special?
Dr. Elliot Johnson, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, discusses how God uses the knowledge of Scripture during the season of seminary to transform believers into the image of...
Aug 31, 2017
John D. Hannah
Our Past and Our Tomorrows
Dr. John Hannah, Research Professor at DTS, recounts a brief history of DTS and what makes it unique.