Chapel Semester: Spring 2008 Chapels

Apr 30, 2008
Robert Dees
Being a Bridge of Healing Major General (Ret.) Bob Dees, U.S. Army, Executive Director of Military Ministry for Campus Crusade for Christ International shares how to be a "bridge of healing" to military...
Apr 25, 2008
Tim Robinson
True Commitment in Ministry This sermon will help you to prepare well for the journey into ministry by asking, "In what ways will we need to be truly committed within ministry?"
Apr 24, 2008
William Koogler
The Call of Corruption Mr. Koogler discusses the "call of corruption" that we all face daily. He investigates Malachi 2 and demonstrates how this text helps us overcome the temptation to sin.
Apr 23, 2008
Kevin Clark
Combat the Temptation to Compete in Ministry Mr. Kevin Clark discusses how John the Baptist successfully prevailed against the temptation to compete in ministry.
Apr 22, 2008
Kaho Jim
Keys to Renewable Joy Mr. Kaho Jim outlines how we can have renewable joy in our ministry marathon by adopting several principles found in Philippians 1.
Apr 18, 2008
Ronald C. Rhodes
Seven Keys To Conversing With Cultists Dr. Ron Rhodes, President of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, provides seven keys to conversing with cultists.
Apr 16, 2008
Michael S. LawsonMichael S. Lawson
Weighed and Found Wanted? Dr. Mike Lawson, chair and senior professor of Christian Education, reflects upon the words found in Daniel 5 "mene, mene, teqel, and pharsin," which communicate the idea of being...
Apr 11, 2008
William D. LawrenceWilliam D. Lawrence
Functional and Foundational Dr. Bill Lawrence, professor emeritus, adjunct professor/DMin Studies at DTS, speaks to the DTS student body about what authentic Christian leadership looks like - beginning with...
Apr 8, 2008
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Theme of Depression Dr. Chuck Swindoll, Chancellor of Dallas Seminary and Senior Pastor Stonebriar Community Church, reminds us of the many and varied Biblical lives that have been touched and even...
Apr 1, 2008
Kim HumphriesKim Humphries
Becoming Real in Ministry Kim Humphries, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, gives several ministry snapshots of those who are burned out, tired, and ready to give up in ministry. What is missing is a real...
Mar 28, 2008
J. Lee JagersJ. Lee Jagers
Marching To A Different Drum Director of Counseling Services, Dr. Lee Jagers, communicates that christians should be out of step with the rest of the world around us. We should focus on having our needs met my...
Mar 26, 2008
Tim McKenzie
For the Sake of the Name Tim McKenzie, Founder and President of On Every Word, communicates to us that as we faithfully answer His call to "Go," we should be encouraged by God's faithfulness and the...
Mar 25, 2008
Carolyn Custis JamesCarolyn Custis James
The Role of Women in Both Ministry and Life President of Whitby Forum and Synergy Women’s Network, Inc., Carolyn Custis James, shows us a picture from the Bible of what a woman's role in both life and ministry should look...
Mar 7, 2008
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Discipline of Self-Control Chancellor of Dallas Seminary and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, Dr. Chuck Swindoll, exhorts us to do the difficult work of being self controlled: an examination of...
Mar 6, 2008
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Jesus and His Dysfunctional Family President of Dallas Seminary and Professor of Bible Exposition, Dr. Mark Bailey, walks us through Jesus' family tree.
Mar 4, 2008
Stephen R. Graves
Work - Take This Job and Love It! Founder of The Cornerstone Consulting Group, Dr. Stephen Graves shows us Biblically how to find personal satisfaction in our work to the glory of God.
Feb 29, 2008
Neil T. Curran
Sharing the Good News with Catholics Associate Pastor of Scofield Memorial Church, Rev. Neil Curran, delivers a message about what he has learned by trying to tell Catholic people about Biblical Christianity: what we...
Feb 27, 2008
Rodney Frazier
Lessons From a Storm Pastor of New Beginnings Community Fellowship, Rev. Rodney Frazier, exhorts the DTS student body to remember that in life, storms are inevitable and incredible. However, we should...
Feb 19, 2008
Robert J. JeffressRobert J. Jeffress
The Four Landmines of Ministry Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church, Dr. Robert Jeffress, communicates that success in ministry requires avoiding four potential pitfalls: silver, sloth, sex, and self.
Feb 14, 2008
William Yount
Brains, Minds, and Learning Professor of Foundations & Assistant Dean of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. William Yount, briefly explains how our minds learn and in so doing asks the...
Feb 12, 2008
Priscilla ShirerPriscilla Shirer
A Few Ministry Principles Teacher and author of Going Beyond Ministries, Mrs. Priscilla Shirer reminds us that to follow after Jesus we must give up everything that will hinder that goal. We should...
Feb 8, 2008
R. Albert Mohler Jr.
The New Atheism And The Future Of Christianity Dr. Albert Mohler concludes the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship by proposing that the only means of preserving Christian theism is to return to a theism that is...
Feb 7, 2008
R. Albert Mohler Jr.
The New Atheism And The Defense Of Theism Dr. Albert Mohler continues his lecture series by Looking at the arguments of Plantinga, McGrath, and others, and suggesting that theism (alone) is never sufficient for a worldview...
Feb 6, 2008
R. Albert Mohler Jr.
The New Atheism And The Assault On Theism Dr. Albert Mohler continues the W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship by tracing the particular arguments of the New Atheists, especially Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris, Dennett,...