Chapel Semester: Summer 2008 Chapels

Theology
Apr 18, 2019
Roger M. RaymerRoger M. Raymer
The Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ Dr. Roger Raymer, pastoral care coordinator for Camino Global in Mesquite, TX, reminds believers of the unmerited grace we so desperately needs and how Jesus provided it through...
Chapel
Aug 6, 2008
Mark M. YarbroughMark M. Yarbrough
Trusting God with a Humble Heart Dr. Mark Yarbrough, executive director of Communications at DTS, reminds us to remember the basics in our Christian walk. He looks at 1 Samuel 4:1-11 and encourages us to trust God...
Bible
Jul 30, 2008
Michael BurerMichael Burer
Captivated By Christ Dr. Michael Burer, assistant professor of New Testament Studies, looks at Hebrews 1:1-4 and reminds us of the importance of enjoying Christ's goodness. He encourages us to develop...
Bible
Jul 23, 2008
J. Scott HorrellJ. Scott Horrell
Growing While In Seminary Dr. Horrell, professor of Theological Studies, provides four basic truths to help us grow in our faith. He encourages us to live a life of obedience, prayer, engagement, and...
Bible
Jul 16, 2008
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Experiencing God Up Close Dr. Mike Pocock, chair and senior professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies, reads from Psalm 139 and reminds us that God knows us deeply and intimately. He encourages...
Chapel
Jul 9, 2008
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
The Sluggard Dr. Stephen Bramer, professor of Bible Exposition, encourages us to use our time in a way that is productive rather than lazy. He looks at Proverbs 6 and reminds us to avoid the...
Bible
Jul 2, 2008
Bill BryanBill Bryan
Sitting Down With God Chaplain Bill Bryan, associate professor of Pastoral Ministries and seminary chaplain, encourages us to spend time with God. He looks at Psalm 37 and discusses the advantages of...
Bible
Jun 25, 2008
Mark H. HeinemannMark H. Heinemann
Sacrificial Service Dr. Mark Heinemann, associate professor of Christian Education, discusses Christ's teaching on sacrificial service, which is recorded in John 12. He challenges us to lay aside our...
Bible
Jun 18, 2008
Gary BarnesGary Barnes
Driven by Love or Lust? Dr. Gary Barnes, associate professor of Biblical Counseling, asks us to examine our personal ambitions and determine whether they are driven by Christ's love or by selfishness. He...
Bible
Jun 11, 2008
Ronald B. AllenRonald B. Allen
Modeling Christ's Humility Dr. Ron Allen, senior professor of Bible Exposition, reminds us to guard against "spiritual elitism," which is thinking we are better than others. He encourages us to adopt the...
Chapel
Jun 4, 2008
Eugene W. PondEugene W. Pond
Two Are Better Than One Dr. Pond, associate professor of Bible Exposition, associate academic dean for Enrollment Services, and director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness explains how the wisdom...
Bible
May 28, 2008
James E. AllmanJames E. Allman
Ministry Burnout Dr. James Allman, professor of Bible Exposition, discusses how reliance on human performance rather than allowing God to minister through us is destructive and can lead to ministry...
Bible
May 21, 2008
J. Lanier BurnsJ. Lanier Burns
Perspective Is More Important than Performance Dr. Burns, senior professor of Systematic Theology, explains that one's biblically-shaped perspective is more important that performance. He encourages us to serve and trust God so...
Bible
May 14, 2008
Victor D. AndersonVictor D. Anderson
Finding Confidence In God Amidst Wickedness Dr. Vic Anderson, associate professor of Pastoral Ministries, encourages us to not worry about the evil actions of others because God's justice will one day be fulfilled. Dr....