An Encounter That MattersDr. Tom Hayes, executive vice president for Insight for Living in Frisco, TX, speaks an encouraging word about a man's encounter with Jesus and how it makes all the difference for...
Jesus Christ and Him CrucifiedDave Largent, pastor of Lakeview Congregation at Autumn Leaves in Dallas, TX, dives into how the message of Jesus Christ and him crucified provides focus, encouragement, and...
Sep 10, 2020
What Story Are Your Words Writing?Ms. Elizabeth Rodriguez, groups coordinator at Battle Creek Church in Broken Arrow, OK, asks listeners to weigh their words and speak stories that bring glory to God.
Aug 28, 2020
J. Lanier Burns
1968 and 2020: Mirror ImagesDr. Lanier Burns, research professor of Theological Studies, highlights the similarities between his arrival at DTS and its current environment, specifically focusing on...
Jul 15, 2020
Singing in the RainDr. Daniel Steffen, professor of New Testament, reminds listeners how it is possible to sing in the rain because trials are momentary, resulting in a remolded faith, multiplied...
Jun 24, 2020
Joshua J. Bleeker
Grandma Got It RightDr. Josh Bleeker, assistant professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, explains how the law of the Lord doesn't inhibit the good life, but, instead, makes it possible.
Jun 10, 2020
Bruce W. Fong
Love is Our First ActionDr. Bruce Fong, Dean of DTS-Houston and professor of Pastoral Ministries, reminds believers how Jesus commands all who are his to love one another as their first action.
May 27, 2020
I Am Not the GardenerDr. Jake Gross, dean of DTS-ATL, takes a moment to reflect on how peace is not found in planning, but rather in the confession that God is the Gardener of life and the actions of...
Remain in the Mind of OthersSeveral times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel, including Seminary Preview Day, to encourage prospective students. Here is an excerpt from one of his recent chapels.
How to Adjust to Studying OnlineEverything is online. Now what? The current events have left many scrambling for answers. How do we effectively transition our school or business online? How much of life do we...
Mar 27, 2020
Raquel P. Wroten
Building Leaders: Profile of Aubrey MalphursFifty-six years ago, a freshman at the University of Florida ate lunch with a couple of friends who took the trouble to share a tract with him. That freshman, Aubrey Malphurs (ThM,...
Feb 14, 2020
Compelling LoveDr. Gary Barnes, professor of Biblical Counseling, discusses love, not only as a feeling or gift, but as a motivation for accepting and affirming behavior toward others.
Feb 13, 2020
James E. Allman
The GoodDr. Jim Allman, professor of Old Testament and Bible Exposition, discusses how the good for believers always focuses on Christlikeness, to include sharing in Christ's suffering.
Jan 31, 2020
Sandra L. Glahn
When God is SilentDr. Sandra Glahn, associate professor of Media Arts and Worship, shares part of her story, reiterating how the road of faith is filled with doubt, hope, and grief when the Unseen...
Jan 30, 2020
Dealing with Knife Wounds in Your BackIkki Soma, pastor of City of Refuge Church in Houston, TX, discusses the pain of betrayal and the response of believers as highlighted through David's experience of betrayal by...
Jan 28, 2020
Creation, Information, and TransformationDr. Dan Bolin, president of Refueling in Flight Ministries In Arlington, VA, shares his heart for camping and how this experience exposes believers to God's creation, information...
Jan 24, 2020
The Struggle with LonelinessTim Lundy closes the Spiritual Life Conference with an honest look at loneliness, imploring believers to learn from and lean on Jesus.