DTS Chapel

Chapel
Aug 5, 2020
Benjamin I. SimpsonBenjamin I. Simpson
Finding Opportunities Dr. Ben Simpson, associate professor of New Testament Studies, highlights how God gives constant and regular opportunities to extend God's glory in the world.

DTS invites speakers from around the world to minister to students, faculty, staff, and friends. In the Fall and Spring semester, chapel is held every Tuesday through Friday from 10:40 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. During Summer, chapel is held on Wednesdays from 10:10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Chapel recordings are available online unless restrictions apply to the speaker(s) or content. (Speaker Disclaimer)

Chapel
Jul 29, 2020
Will JohnstonWill Johnston
What Are You Waiting For? Dr. Will Johnston, associate professor of New Testament studies, encourages listeners to persevere as this is motivation for the joy believers will feel in God's future victory and...
Ministry
Jul 22, 2020
Rodney H. OrrRodney H. Orr
The Harvest is Plentiful Dr. Rodney Orr, Dean of DTS-DC, dives into how COVID-19 has revealed a desperation for the gospel within believers and an expansion from addition to multiplication in sharing the...
Spiritual Life
Jul 15, 2020
Daniel SteffenDaniel Steffen
Singing in the Rain Dr. 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...
Chapel
Jul 8, 2020
James H. ThamesJames H. Thames
Our Plans, God's Plans Dr. Jim Thames, Academic Dean and professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, offers encouragement about the circumstances that people don't usually plan for, reminding...
Chapel
Jul 1, 2020
Mark M. YarbroughMark M. Yarbrough
Prayer for Dr. Mark Yarbrough Please join the DTS family in the prayerful commissioning of Dr. Mark Yarbrough as he becomes the sixth president.
Spiritual Life
Jun 24, 2020
Joshua J. BleekerJoshua J. Bleeker
Grandma Got It Right Dr. 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.
Ministry
Jun 17, 2020
Barbara NeumannBarbara Neumann
Helping Those in Pain Dr. Barbara Neumann, adjunct professor of Educational Leadership and Ministries, encourages those in ministry to help those in pain by joining God's mission to rescue and restore...
Spiritual Life
Jun 10, 2020
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
Love is Our First Action Dr. 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.
Chapel
Jun 3, 2020
Earnest St. VictorEarnest St. Victor
Knowing God as Father One of the most precious benefits of the Gospel is knowing God as Father.
Spiritual Life
May 27, 2020
Jake GrossJake Gross
I Am Not the Gardener Dr. 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...
Chapel
May 20, 2020
Larry M. DinkinsLarry M. Dinkins
Ministry
May 13, 2020
Mark M. YarbroughMark M. Yarbrough
The Priority of Heaven Dr. Mark Yarbrough, president-elect and VP of Academic Affairs, speaks about focusing our care and concern towards others based on the story of Jonah.
Ministry
Mar 6, 2020
Jon BurnsJon Burns
Willing and Able: Commendable Jon Burns closes the World Evangelization Conference with a challenge to believers in regard to living lives that are commendable.
Ministry
Mar 5, 2020
Jon BurnsJon Burns
Willing and Able: Testable WEC Week speaker Jon Burns proposes that a life tested and found constant contributes to building a willing and able life of service.
Ministry
Mar 4, 2020
Jon BurnsJon Burns
Willing and Able: Moldable Jon Burns continues to encourage listeners to be willing and able, walking in the characteristic of being moldable.
Ministry
Mar 3, 2020
Jon BurnsJon Burns
Willing and Able: Interruptible Jon Burns, president of Greater Europe Mission, begins the World Evangelization Conference by highlighting what it means to be willing and able for God's glory, beginning with the...
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...
Faith & Work
Feb 28, 2020
Greg AdamsGreg Adams
Faith Journey: Public Company and State Government Greg Adams, once employed by IBM and the state of Tennessee, talks with Dr. Darrell Bock and campus pastor Dr. Joe Allen about living out faith in the marketplace, whether within a...
Chapel
Feb 27, 2020
Laura MurrayLaura Murray
Meeting God in the Darkness Mrs. Laura Murray, author, speaker, and spiritual director, based in Richardson, TX, reminds listeners how God invites his people to hear his voice and trust him in times of...
Chapel
Feb 26, 2020
Stanley NewtonStanley Newton
My Ascent into Darkness Pastor Stan Newton, director of Community Relations and Formation Ministries at DTS-Houston, encourages believers to praise the Lord as a cathartic path out of "ministry darkness,"...
Chapel
Feb 25, 2020
Nathan SmithNathan Smith
Blessed are the Meek Dr. Nathan Smith, senior pastor of Heritage Baptist Church in Lynchburg, VA, takes a look at the disposition of a life that has been tenderized by grace.
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...
Chapel
Feb 21, 2020
Scott StonehouseScott Stonehouse
Strength to Know the Love of Christ Scott Stonehouse, senior pastor of Woodcreek Church in Richardson, TX, reflects on Paul's request to God the Father to strengthen the Ephesians through the Holy Spirit to know the...