DTS Chapel

DTS invites speakers from a wide range of viewpoints who hold in common a high view of Scripture.

Arts & Media
Oct 30, 2018
Jason CookJason CookW. Hall HarrisW. Hall Harris
Into Something Rich and Strange: Practicing Love in Listening Jason Cook, poet and current student at DTS, introduces Arts Week 2018 with a poetry slam, highlighting his calling as a preacher and a poet.
Ministry
Oct 26, 2018
Frank GloverFrank Glover
The Big-Headed Man Cannot Stand Dr. Frank Glover, owner and medical director of Urology Institute and Continence Center in Thomasville, GA, speaks at the Board Chapel with a message of humility, trusting God for...
Spiritual Life
Oct 25, 2018
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
Is Your Middle Name Ahaz? Dr. Stephen Bramer, chair and professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, proposes the essential response of faith when the opportunity to demonstrate faith, whether in light of fear or...
Ministry
Oct 24, 2018
Brian LamBrian Lam
The City Call Dr. Brian Lam, senior pastor of Fort Bend Community Church in Houston, TX, encourages believers to consider the compassion for God on Nineveh and the extension of his grace to...
Ministry
Oct 23, 2018
Mac BrunsonMac Brunson
Encourage One Another Dr. Mac Brunson, senior pastor of Valleydale Church in Birmingham, AL, challenges believers to encourage each other and trust God in times of transition.
Spiritual Life
Oct 19, 2018
Paul E. PettitPaul E. Pettit
Cleaning House Dr. Paul Pettit, Director of Career Services and adjunct professor at DTS, challenges believers regarding cleaning house, highlighting Jesus' response to greed and corruption in...
Bible
Oct 17, 2018
Terri MooreTerri Moore
But It is Not So Among You: Jesus and Power in Mark's Gospel Dr. Terri Moore, adjunct professor of New Testament at DTS, Criswell College, and Dallas Baptist University, talks about how Jesus rejects systems of power that depend on authority...
Spiritual Life
Oct 16, 2018
James WomackJames Womack
God Will Provide Mr. James Womack, senior pastor of Destiny Church in Fort Worth, TX, affirms how God will graciously supply for all believers' needs as they graciously supply for the needs of...
Houston Chapel
Oct 13, 2018
Timothy S. YoderTimothy S. Yoder
Apologetics on the Areopagus Dr. Timothy Yoder, associate professor of Theological Studies, discusses some of the lessons about apologetics using Paul's sermon at the Areopagus as a model.
Ministry
Oct 12, 2018
Afshin ZiafatAfshin Ziafat
Ambassadors for Christ Pastor Afshin Ziafat concludes the Missions and Evangelism Lectureship with an encouraging message on evangelism, issuing the challenge to lean on the Holy Spirit.
Missions
Oct 11, 2018
Afshin ZiafatAfshin Ziafat
The Sending Gospel Pastor Afshin Ziafat dives into God's word and encourages believers to be obedient to the calling of Christ and go out into spaces that are uncomfortable for the perpetuation of...
Ministry
Oct 10, 2018
Afshin ZiafatAfshin Ziafat
The Transforming Gospel Pastor Afshin Ziafat continues the Missions and Evangelism Lectureship with a message about the transformational work of the gospel and the journey from death to life in Christ.
Missions
Oct 9, 2018
Afshin ZiafatAfshin Ziafat
The Call Afshin Ziafat, lead pastor of Providence Church in Frisco, TX, begins the Missions and Evangelism Lectureship with an encouraging message about the replication of the gospel and...
Ministry
Oct 5, 2018
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Accurately Handling the Word Chuck Swindoll, senior pastor of Stonebriar Church in Frisco, TX, discusses the weight of responsibility with regard to the handling of scripture as teachers and leaders of the...
Ministry
Oct 4, 2018
Greg LoveGreg LoveJay L. SedwickJay L. SedwickKimberlee NorrisKimberlee Norris
Cultural Engagement: Ministry in a #MeToo Culture Dr. Jay Sedwick, chair of the Educational Ministries and Leadership Department, talks with Mr. Gregory Love and Mrs. Kimberlee Norris, visiting faculty members and founders of...
Ministry
Oct 2, 2018
Brad ThomasBrad Thomas
Leading and Loving Exhausting Children Brad Thomas, lead pastor at Austin Ridge Bible Church in Austin, TX, encourages the body with a message about the calling and responsibility of humble leaders.
Spiritual Life
Sep 28, 2018
Michael EasleyMichael Easley
A Prayer of Pardon, Protection, and Patience Dr. Michael Easley concludes the Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition with a message about waiting and the character of those who wait on the Lord.
Spiritual Life
Sep 27, 2018
Michael EasleyMichael Easley
The Skies and The Scriptures Dr. Michael Easley continues the Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition with a journey through Psalm 19, highlighting the greatness of God.
Spiritual Life
Sep 26, 2018
Michael EasleyMichael Easley
Black Tie Only Dr. Michael Easley continues the series of Bible Exposition lectures by featuring Psalm 15, highlighting the characteristics of worshipers: those that sacrificially approach and...
Spiritual Life
Sep 25, 2018
Michael EasleyMichael Easley
Trusting God When He Seems Far Away Dr. Michael Easley, host of MichaelEasleyInContext.com and pastor of Stonebridge Bible Church near Nashville, TN, begins the Nathan D. Maier Memorial Series in Bible Exposition...
Houston Chapel
Sep 22, 2018
Abraham KuruvillaAbraham Kuruvilla
Fighting For God Dr. Abraham Kuruvilla, senior research professor of Preaching and Pastoral Ministries at DTS, affirms the prioritization of God's glory in the lives of believers, fighting for God...
Faith & Work
Sep 21, 2018
Tom LandisTom Landis
The Elusive Inclusive Tom Landis, founder of Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, talks about a fresh wave of businesses hiring people with special needs and how it makes sense as a reflection of the need for...
Houston Chapel
Sep 20, 2018
Blake WilsonBlake Wilson
Return on Investment Blake Wilson, pastor of Crossover Bible Fellowship in Houston, TX, emphasizes the importance of investing in others through intentional, sacrificial, affectional, and relational...
Ministry
Sep 19, 2018
Paul David TrippPaul David Tripp
A Problem You Can't Solve By Yourself Dr. Paul Tripp discusses the importance for leaders in ministry to know the dangers of living outside the essential, sanctifying ministry from the body of Christ.