DTS Chapel

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

Oct 5, 2004
Charles Zimmerman
Oct 1, 2004
Steven Ger
The Fall Feasts of Israel

Mr. Steven Ger, founder and director of Sojourner Ministries in Garland, Texas, presents the message that Jesus is the fulfillment of Israel's fall feasts.

Sep 29, 2004
Joye B. BakerJoye B. Baker
Women and Men Glorifying God Together

Ms. Joye Baker, adviser to women students at Dallas Theological Seminary, communicates that God has created women and men to serve together in complementary ways as godly...

Sep 24, 2004
Thomas E. Woodward
The Citadel of Apologetics Dr. Thomas Woodward, Professor of Bible and Theology at Trinity College, Trinity, Florida, communicates that all the elements of apologetics can be summed up in the nutshell:...
Sep 23, 2004
Terry Turner
A Diligent Testimony

Join us as Rev. Terry Turner, senior pastor of Mesquite Friendship Baptist church, talks about the difficulty of communicating God's word clearly in our present world.

Sep 21, 2004
Matthew St. John
My Place of Shelter

Join us as Rev. Matthew St. John, pastor of Scofield Memorial Church in Dallas, speaks about his choice to call to God when worldly travails cause him to want to run and hide....

Sep 17, 2004
James Walker
Paul's Psychic Friend

Rev. James Walker, president of Watchman Fellowship, relates how the apostle Paul's encounter with a psychic provides some key insights and principles when applied to today's...

Sep 14, 2004
Bob Kaumeyer
Repetition, Proportion, Priority

Rev. Bob Kaumeyer, director of Placement at DTS, shares with us from the book of Haggai about the importance of repetition, proportion, and priority.

Sep 7, 2004
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
Washing Feet Like Jesus

Dr. Stephen Bramer, professor of Bible Exposition, speaks on how Godly servant-leaders must be willing to serve others to the extent that they are willing to forgive others.

Sep 3, 2004
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Visiting Paul

Dr. Jeffery Bingham Chair/Professor of Theological Studies gives us a message from 2 Timothy.

Sep 2, 2004
Stanley D. ToussaintStanley D. Toussaint
Four Kinds of People

Dr. Stanley Toussaint Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition reminds us that` the spiritual life is a life of spiritual growth.

Aug 27, 2004
J. Dwight PentecostJ. Dwight Pentecost

Dr. Dwight Pentecost, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition speaks on living in light of Christ's return.

Aug 26, 2004
Donald K. CampbellDonald K. Campbell
How to be a Successful Leader Dr. Donald Campbell, President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition, uses the life of the life of Nehemiah to give us an example of how to be a successful leader.
Aug 25, 2004
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Controlling the Body's Strongest Muscle Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor of DTS and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, speaks about controlling our tongue.
Aug 24, 2004
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Your Work as Worship

Dr. Mark Bailey, The President of DTS and Professor of Bible Exposition,  discusses the challenge of communicating to a contrary world.

Mar 5, 2004
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Allowing God to Search Our Hearts

Dr. Charles Swindoll, chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary, preaches on the lessons we can learn from Peter's conversation with Jesus after His resurrection.

Mar 4, 2004
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Feb 24, 2004
James E. AllmanJames E. Allman
A High and Holy Place

Dr. James Allman, associate professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, speaks on the high and holy places where God dwells.

Feb 20, 2004
Michael A. Rydelnik
Who Really Killed Jesus?

Dr. Michael Rydelnik, professor of Jewish studies at Moody Bible Institute, investigates the biblical evidence regarding Jewish people, human responsibility, and the death of...

Feb 6, 2004
Daniel I. Block
The Privilege of Calling: The Mosaic Plan for Missions Dr. Daniel Block completes the W. H. Griffith Thomas lecture with this message that communicates to be called to serve as agents of God's glory and grace to the nations is the...
Feb 5, 2004
Daniel I. Block
The Burden of Leadership: The Mosaic Paradigm of Kinship As the W.H. Griffith Thomas Lectureship continues, Dr. Daniel Block's message communicates that biblical leadership calls on the leader to submit to one will of God, and to model...
Feb 4, 2004
Daniel I. Block
The Joy of Worship: The Mosaic Invitation to the Presence of God Dr. Daniel Block is the guest speaker for the W. H. Griffith Thomas Lectureship. Today he teaches that true worship is a delight involving revential acts of homage in response to...
Feb 3, 2004
Daniel I. Block
The Grace of Law: The Mosaic Prescription for Life Dr. Daniel Block, guest speaker for the 2004 Griffith Thomas Lectureship, bring us a message about the law and grace.
Jan 23, 2004
Chip IngramChip Ingram
Holy Ambition, Part IV Rev. Chip Ingram, president and CEO of Walk Thru the Bible, completes the final message in his four-part series entitled “Holy Ambition.” He explains that the...