Hebrews 12

Jul 12, 2019
Célestin MusekuraCélestin Musekura
Forgiven: A Holistic Transformation I remember vividly how I felt in that classroom at the Agriculture University. Pastor Okoch’s hatred was palpable, and I began to wonder what I had said to compel this man to...
Book Excerpts
Mar 22, 2019
J. Lanier BurnsJ. Lanier Burns
Pride and Humility at War: A Biblical Perspective Pride, as a desirable attitude of successful living, is easier to think about because it is pervasive in our sinful world. It is easy to rationalize, when everyone around us...
Sep 12, 2016
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Follow Christ's Lead When I was a child, my family and I lived across the mountains from him and would often make the five-hour drive, climbing and descending through three mountain passes just to get...
Jun 29, 2016
Lynn Etta Manning
To Pace for the Race Takes Perspective Dr. Lynn Etta Manning, Advisor for Women Students, proposes the challenge to think on what is right, true, pure, and noble, for this is the perspective to pace for the race before...
Jan 14, 2015
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Don't Fake It Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, gives a sobering message about the realistic requirements of...
May 1, 2013
Bill Bryan
A Planned Biblical Response to Discouragement Chaplain Bill Bryan, Seminary Chaplain, DTS, shares the importance of having a planned Biblical response to discouragement, so that we can be proactive rather than reactive when we...
Feb 20, 2012
Robert Bugh
When the Bottom Drops Out: Finding Grace in the Depths of Disappointment Chapter 1: Truths in the Night A couple of months after Carol [my wife] died, I stood in our laundry room facing a significant pile of laundry. It had been a long day at...
Apr 28, 2011
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Handling Adversity Dr. Michael Pocock, Department Chair and Senior Professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies, DTS, shows us how the writer lays out an answer to handling adversity.
Spiritual Life
Apr 1, 2011
Nancy Barton Abbott
Are You Aging Well Spiritually? No matter at what stage we find ourselves, we can age well spiritually. A DTS graduate with a background in gerontology tells how.
Mar 13, 2007
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Focus on the Finish Line A friend of mine is one of those crazy runners. You know the type—fifteen miles a day, marathons, pilgrimages to his favorite running routes all over the country, an obsession...
Jul 7, 2006
Why Doesn't God Cure Everyone Who Prays for Healing? Read an op-ed from Christianity Today by Mark Yarbrough answering this difficult question.
Jul 7, 2006
Why Doesn't God Cure Everyone Who Prays for Healing? Why doesn't God cure everyone who fervently prays for healing?
Jul 7, 2006
Paul E. PettitPaul E. Pettit
In the Spirit of the Game The apostle Paul frequently used sports metaphors to describe the Christian life. Paul Pettit (ThM, 1996), the Seminary’s acting director of Spiritual Formation and Leadership,...
Jul 7, 2006
Marla DeShong Alupoaicei
Where’s Oscar? Like Oscar the Grouch and Oscar Meyer, Dr. Oscar López is a household name around Dallas Seminary. In this profile of a DTS professor known for his sense of humor, you’ll read...
Jul 7, 2006
Chris Ross
Keep Watch: How to Combat Spiritual Slumber A feeling of insecurity hovers over the age in which we live. Enemies threaten us from abroad, while crime remains a reality close to home. Insecurity, however, is not unique to...
Jul 7, 2006
Michele CalvertMichele Calvert
Spiritual Spring Training With spring sports in full swing, the smell of fresh-cut grass and the sound of cheers in stadiums are enough to motivate anyone to get in shape for the season. But do you know...