Creating Excellence in the WorkplaceIn this episode, Bill Hendricks and Horst Schulze discuss leading with excellence, focusing on his story of co-founding The Ritz-Carlton brand. Note: This episode was recorded...
Discipleship in Youth MinistryDr. David "Duffy" Robbins, teaching pastor at Faithbridge Church in Spring, TX, discusses discipleship in youth ministry and lessons he learned through leading young adults.
Baby Bumped: Groaning with CreationLooking for Love (Steve)
God ripped me off. I knew it, and He knew it—or I thought we did.
I wanted the companionship of marriage, and waiting for “the one” stretched...
Forgiven: A Holistic TransformationI 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...
Apr 9, 2019
J. Scott HorrellJustin BassDarrell L. Bock
Who Is Jesus? - ClassicIn this classic episode, Drs. Darrell Bock, Scott Horrell, and Justin Bass discuss Christology, focusing on early texts implicitly revealing Jesus’s divine identity.
Understanding the Nicene Creed - ClassicIn this classic episode, Mikel L. Del Rosario and Dr. Darrell L. Bock discuss the Nicene Creed, focusing on the meaning, significance, and truth of historic Christian beliefs.
Sep 19, 2018
Paul David Tripp
A Problem You Can't Solve By YourselfDr. Paul Tripp discusses the importance for leaders in ministry to know the dangers of living outside the essential, sanctifying ministry from the body of Christ.
Sep 4, 2018
Joe M. Allen Jr.
Don't Hold BackDr. Joe Allen, Jr, campus pastor at DTS, speaks a word of exhortation as he affirms Jesus as a savior who understands and encourages believers to go boldly to him.
Aug 1, 2018
Charles R. Swindoll
Ask Dr. Swindoll: How Do You Handle Change?Several times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel at DTS and engages in a question-and-answer time with prospective students. Here are some of the questions he answered...
Find Meaning In WorkI spent the first eleven years after high school working entry-level jobs. Four of those years, I felt miserable. The other seven, I worked harder and smarter to stay employed. I...