From Kerygma to CatechesisDr. Doug Sweeney, dean of Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, AL, opens the W.H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship with a dive into the history of the sources of authority for...
Feb 3, 2020
From Paralysis to BlindnessDr. 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...
Jan 31, 2020
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...
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.
Jan 23, 2020
Holy ImitatorsJoseph 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...
Jan 23, 2020
The Struggle with BurnoutFor those who struggle with burnout, Tim Lundy continues to encourage learning from and leaning on Jesus.
Jan 22, 2020
The Struggle with TemptationTim Lundy continues to talk about different struggles in ministry with a focus on temptation, reiterating his message of learning from and leaning on Jesus.
Jan 21, 2020
The Struggle with InsecurityTim Lundy, senior pastor of Venture Christian Church in Los Gatos, CA, begins the Spiritual Life Conference with a message about insecurity, challenging listeners to learn from and...
Jan 17, 2020
Kim HumphriesPhilip F. Humphries
Lessons From Suffering and LossDr. Phil Humphries, associate professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, and his wife, Kim, a licensed clinical social worker and counselor, discuss the lessons they are...
Jan 16, 2020
A Tiny Minority with a Great SignificanceRabbi Vladimir Pikman, Director of Jewish Studies and adjunct professor, discusses the introduction of Jewish studies and its seamless integration into education at DTS.
Jan 15, 2020
Dr. Ramesh Richard
Get It Done!Dr. Ramesh Richard, professor of Global Theological Engagement and Pastoral Ministries, challenges believers to prioritize an engaged heart and mind to persevere in seminary and...
Jan 14, 2020
Joe M. Allen Jr.
Don't Kid YourselfDr. Joe Allen, Jr, campus pastor at DTS, opens the spring semester by encouraging listeners to be both hearers and doers of the word, for only hearing and not doing is deceptive...
Jan 13, 2020
Sabbath, An Expression of a Love for GodPastor 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...
Dec 11, 2019
Charles W. Dickens
The Core of Our Most Meaningful RelationshipsDr. Chip Dickens, department chair and professor of Biblical Counseling, encourages listeners to love others, especially in this season, with a covenant, intimate, and forgiving...
Dec 10, 2019
Mark L. Hitchcock
Your Final ExamDr. Mark Hitchcock, associate professor of Bible Exposition, discusses the accountability, comfort, and motivation of living a life focused on eternity.
Dec 7, 2019
Glenn R. Kreider
When "Why" is the Wrong QuestionDr. 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...