Jeremiah

Bible
May 21, 2014
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
Don't Let Your Past Hold You Back Dr. Michael J. Svigel, Associate Professor of Theological Studies, reminds us that when Satan accuses us of our past sins, we need to trust in God's promise that He has forgiven us...
Bible
May 14, 2014
Ronald B. AllenRonald B. Allen
Incongruent and Inappropriate Dr. Ron Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, anecdotally addresses Micah 3:11 and how the absence of loving God as a student is not only incongruent, but inappropriate.
Article
Oct 22, 2013
Howard G. HendricksHoward G. Hendricks
Commitment to Your Ministry Leadership Checkpoint: Are you committed to your ministry? Though he is no longer with us, the words of Howard Hendricks stay with us and challenge us to live full and...
Article
Aug 27, 2013
Andrew B. SeidelAndrew B. Seidel
How Flaws Develop An often overlooked truth of leadership is that all leaders bring themselves with them into every leadership situation. While we celebrate the leadership gifts and abilities we...
Religion
Jan 29, 2013
J. Dudley WoodberryMark L. BaileyMark L. BaileyDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Understanding Islam in the West This conversation provides a brief look into the world of Christianity and Islam through the eyes of Islamic expert Dr. J. Dudley Woodberry of Fuller Theological Seminary.
Chapel
Sep 18, 2012
Larry J. WatersLarry J. Waters
Three Men Who Have Impacted My Life Dr. Larry Waters, Associate Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, explain how these three men, rightly understood, will provide principles for a successful seminary experience, and...
Ministry
Aug 20, 2012
Jason Seville
How to Engage Your Mind in Seminary without Losing Your Heart As the logic goes, one can either engage God with the mind or one can engage God emotionally. How can you do both?
Stories
Jul 3, 2012
Harry TitcombePatricia Linson
A Different Flight Path Inside the Air Force building in Dauphin, Manitoba, I removed my hat and tucked it under my arm. I marched down the hall to the interview room, entered, stood at attention, and...
Article
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...
Bible
Sep 6, 2011
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Enduring Through Ministry Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor, Dallas Seminary; Senior Pastor, Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, TX, discusses the need for discipline and endurance through the...
Chapel
Jun 29, 2011
Sue G. EdwardsSue G. Edwards
While You Wait, Build Dr. Sue Edwards, Assistant Professor of Christian Education, challenges students to use their time wisely by trusting that God has great plans for their futures during these tough...
Spiritual Life
Sep 1, 2010
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
A Time to Weep, A Time to Laugh Why does God allow pain? According to Gallup, it’s the number-one question unbelievers ask; and if we’re honest, believers wonder too.
Bible
Oct 23, 2009
Tony EvansTony Evans
A Light in the Darkness Senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. Dr. Tony Evans, brings us a message exhorting us to be light amidst the darkness.
Article
Jul 1, 2009
Tony T. Maalouf
Vindicating Ishmael A Westerner who calls someone a donkey intends it as an insult. And this understanding of the word “donkey” clouds how many view the prophecy about Ishmael in Genesis 16. A...
Bible
Feb 2, 2007
Robert Smith
Living Between Two Inescapable Realities Dr. Robert Smith, Professor of Christian Preaching at Beeson Divinity School, contends that, because of God's greatness, believers who face suffering still have a need within them...
Article
Dec 6, 2006
Charles H. DyerGregory A. HattebergGregory A. Hatteberg
O Little Towns of... …Bethlehem, Ramah, and Nazareth. A survey of biblical references to three out-of-the-way villages aids our understanding of God's Word to humans in the person of His Son.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Significance of One In an overpopulated world, it’s easy to underestimate the significance of one. Yet history is full of accounts of single individuals who have made a difference. Think of the...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Cloning, Stem-Cell Research and the Bible THE GENETIC REVOLUTION MAY HAVE BEGUN in the twentieth century, but its impact will be felt mostly in the twenty-first century. Meanwhile, as knowledge in genetics doubles every...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Confidentiality A person who can keep confidences has always been a rare find. The task of witholding sensitive information has proven even more difficult in today’s world of instant access. ...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Robert A. PyneRobert A. Pyne
True Fullness: Abandon the Greed, Meet the Need Personal trainers and diet experts love the month of January, when millions of Americans inevitably resolve to lose unwanted inches and get themselves in shape. The motivation...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Robert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
Does God Change His Mind Some theologians would agree, “The omnipotent, sovereign God decrees all things and does not change His mind. He is omniscient and immutable.”
Article
Jul 7, 2006
J. Vernon McGee
Hints From The Scholars: The Christmas Family Tree The purpose of Matthew's genealogy was apparent to any Jew, for the Messiah must be of the seed of David, and without documentary proof to this end no one could hope to claim...
Article
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.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Why Doesn't God Cure Everyone Who Prays for Healing? Why doesn't God cure everyone who fervently prays for healing?