Self Care: Enjoy the Rivers of Flowing WaterUsually, when we think of ministering to others, it is out of the overflow of our lives. What usually motivates us is the abundance of joy in the Lord and a desire to be used by...
Jul 11, 2018
Growing Toward Spiritual MaturityDr. Kevin Hawkins, coordinator of Alumni/Career Services, reminds believers that God is ultimately responsible for spiritual growth, but he has given his people the tools necessary...
Live Such Good LivesDr. Barry Jones, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, reminds us the faithful response to an increasingly inhospitable culture is to live the life that draws the gaze of...
Jun 8, 2015
3 Reasons Why Christians Should Visit IsraelDTS students earn class credit by participating in a study tour of Israel. ThM student Jacob Marshall shares how the experience had a profound impact on his faith and understanding...
May 1, 2014
Mark L. Bailey
A Bible You Can TrustAt the 1982 International Council for Biblical Inerrancy held in San Diego, California, the late E.V. Hill gave a plenary address that I shall never forget. Weaving a homespun...
Questions for ReflectionDr. Dennis Kavanaugh, Adjunct Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, asks the questions "Who is God?" "Who Are You?" and "What is the Bible?".
Feb 15, 2013
Buist M. Fanning
The Author of ScriptureDr. Buist Fanning, Department Chair and Senior Professor of New Testament Studies, DTS, shares that the words and message of Scripture come from God rather than merely human...
Mar 29, 2011
Craig A. Blaising
The Day of the LordDr. Craig Blaising, Provost, Southwestern Theological Seminary Fort Worth, TX, shares the patterns found referencing the Day of the Lord.
Sep 21, 2010
Words To Live ByDr. Jeff Bingham, department chair and professor of Theological Studies, reminds us we must tremble at God's voice and His words because His words never return to Him void.
Dec 1, 2009
Charles R. Swindoll
My Advice This ChristmasIf I may borrow from Charles Dickens’ famous opening line, Christmas can be “the best of times and the worst of times.” We have them both, don’t we?
Apr 29, 2009
Michael J. Svigel
Handle Scripture Well!Michael Svigel, assistant professor of Theological Studies, discusses the importance of handling Scripture well. He reads from 2 Peter 3 and encourages us to remain teachable under...
Jun 1, 2008
That DayDo you simply want to graduate to heaven? Or do you want to graduate summa cum laude? Second Peter 1:5–11 can help believers show up on "graduation day" in attire of...
Jul 7, 2006
Perimeters of LightEvery culture and every age presents a challenge for each community of faith. What is acceptable? What is scriptural? Answering these questions has never been an easy task.
Things Are Not Always As They SeemI recently bought a bargain that cost me more than it saved. For a mere penny I purchased 14 CDs from a mail-order company, and I promised to buy four more at “regular club...
Reservoir of GraceBecause of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, we don’t have to plead guilty in an open-and-shut case. A right understanding of His sacrifice can move us from living a...
Jul 7, 2006
J. Vernon McGee
The Word of God: Why I Trust the BibleThe earliest memories from my childhood remind me that I recognized the Bible as a very special book. In Sunday school, as well as in our home, the Bible had a place given...