What Kind of Character Does a Leader Need?When Drs. Howard Hendricks (ThM, 1950) and Don Campbell (ThM, 1951; ThD, 1953) founded The Center for Christian Leadership (now the Hendricks Center) in the 1980s, the character...
Mar 1, 2019
Mark L. Bailey
Achieving Our Highest StandardThere’s a question that always occurs to me as I read Jesus’s words in Matthew 10:25, a passage that has left a haunting ache in my heart from the first moment I read it....
For Freedom Christ Has Set Us FreeWhen I was a child, my relationship with my brother was rocky at best. Wrapped in our own me-centered worlds, we cared little for what the other preferred—whether he wanted me to...
Christian Zombie Killers Handbook
Chapter 8: Zombie Rules Excerpt taken from the book The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook by Jeff Kinley, courtesy of Thomas Nelson, Inc.
The true hypocrite is the one who...
Aug 15, 2011
Hampton Keathley III
Free to Be Slaves
Slavery to God and one another results in true freedom and maximum blessing.
Our freedom in Christ is particularly concerned with human relationships, which flow from a right...
Mar 22, 2011
The Measure of Our SpiritualityDr. Andrew Seidel, Adjunct Professor in D.Min. Studies and Executive Director, Center for Christian Leadership, DTS, explains that the measure of our spirituality is how we treat...
Oct 27, 2010
J. Lee Jagers
Worse Than Soy Sauce on SatinAdjunct professor of Biblical Counseling and director of Counseling Services, Dr. Lee Jagers explains to transition from flesh to spirit, we need to RSVP to God's provision and...
Mar 1, 2008
Paul R. Anderson
The Impromptu TongueGod is concerned about the smallest details of our lives, including how we use that tiny member—the tongue. James’s epistle provides four powerful images to remind us of how...
Jun 11, 2007
Mark L. Bailey
Disciples Known by Their LoveThe preacher John Ruskin Clark said it well: “Love as ‘agape,’ an accepting relationship to others for their own sake and not a passion for another for one’s own sake, is...
Jul 7, 2006
Hurry Up and... WaitWAITING IS DIFFICULT, ISN’T IT? You drive up to the window at Wendy’s, but a number of cars are ahead of you, and you’re hungry. But you have to wait. A car...
Indomitable Spirit: A Matter of Discipline Do
Christianity and the martial arts go together? Find out from one of Dallas
Seminary’s own—tenth-degree black belt and martial arts instructor Keith D.