With a WordWith a word the triune God spoke the world into being. Then Jesus, the God-Man, the Logos, came and spanned the divine-human divide by His birth.
Sep 1, 2010
Mark L. Bailey
A Time to Weep, A Time to LaughWhy does God allow pain? According to Gallup, it’s the number-one question unbelievers ask; and if we’re honest, believers wonder too.
Feb 11, 2010
Donald P. Regier
Issues in Christian EducationProfessor Don Regier brings us the message that God uses our losses, disappointments and longings to mature our faith.
May 13, 2009
Roger M. Raymer
Finishing the CourseRoger Raymer, adjunct professor of Pastoral Ministries, encourages us to finish the course God has set out for us to accomplish. He reads from Hebrews 11:7 and reminds us how faith...
The Triumph of Unanswered Prayer - Part IDr. Erwin Lutzer, Senior Pastor of The Moody Church, discusses the topic of unanswered prayer. He reads from Hebrews 11 and encourages us by explaining how unanswered prayer...
Jul 30, 2008
Captivated By ChristDr. 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...
Board Chapel: Don't Mess with a ClassicMr. Tommy Nelson, Senior Pastor of Denton Bible Church, challenges believers not to abandon the foundation of truth on which they stand in order to reach today's culture.
Focus on the Finish LineA 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...
Oct 20, 2006
Rev. Donald Geiger
You Need to PersevereRev. Donald Geiger, Senior Pastor of Redeemer Bible Church and DTS Board Member, reminds believers to persevere through the difficult times of ministry.
In the Spirit of the GameThe apostle Paul frequently used sports metaphors to describe the Christian life.
Paul Pettit (ThM, 1996), the Seminary’s acting director of Spiritual Formation and
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. Bailey
Charting Our GrowthBarby and I are “empty nesters” for most of the year now, with one married son in seminary and the other living in a dorm at college. How fast they have grown! Like...
We Do Have Something To Say!Three little boys were bragging about their fathers. In the course of the dialogue the content turned to the quantity and depth of their dads’ knowledge. The first boy said,...