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Faith & Work
Mar 21, 2018
Cheyne RippeyCheyne Rippey
Find Meaning In Work I 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...
Arts & Media
Mar 14, 2018
Patrick ThomasPatrick Thomas
6 Essential Ways to Cultivate Creativity and Diversity in Leading Worship Music Leading worship through music each Sunday is a privilege and a responsibility. Guiding a group of people who come from different socioeconomic, cultural, and racial backgrounds has...
Spiritual Life
Jan 31, 2018
Caroline KhamenehCaroline Khameneh
When You Want to take Shortcuts in Your Spiritual Life I love cycling and consider myself an avid cyclist. I remember growing up watching the Tour de France with my dad in the summertime. Without fail, a yellow jersey and Lance...
Houston Chapel
Sep 11, 2017
Bruce W. FongBruce W. Fong
Love Is About Serving Dr. Bruce Fong, Dean at DTS-Houston, talks about love as the primary identifier of God's people and its physical manifestation evidenced by active service to others rather than...
Faith & Work
May 4, 2017
Barry D. JonesBarry D. Jones
Kneeling Love Dr. Barry Jones, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries at DTS and Teaching Pastor at Irving Bible Church, discusses Jesus' humble act of washing the feet of his disciples and...
Spiritual Life
Mar 3, 2017
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Modeling the Role of a Servant Dr. Chuck Swindoll, DTS Chancellor and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX, reflects on the humility of a servant and its role in the life of Christians.
Podcast
Dec 6, 2016
Adam JohnsonDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Why Did Jesus Have to Die? In this episode, Darrell Bock and Adam Johnson discuss the various biblical approaches to understanding the doctrine of the atonement.
Spiritual Life
Sep 9, 2016
D. Scott BarfootD. Scott Barfoot
Four Ways to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills In the early nineties, I was shepherding a small Baptist church in rural New Brunswick, Canada. As a single man in those days, I lived with various families in the community. One...
Book Excerpts
Aug 31, 2016
David FurmanDavid Furman
Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting Book excerpt from "Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting" (Crossway) by Dave Furman (ThM, 2007).
Spiritual Life
Jul 7, 2016
J. Garrett KellJ. Garrett Kell
I Don't See You as a Black Friend Shouldn't we all just be color blind and see past race and ethnicity? Or is that actually devalue the ones we're trying to love?
Bible
Nov 5, 2014
Hans W. Finzel
Mega Shifts in Missions: Our Tools, Technique and Team Have Changed Dr. Hans Finzel, President of HDLeaders and President Emeritus of WorldVenture, reminds us of the importance of considering new ways of fulfilling the Great Commission in today's...
Article
Mar 18, 2014
Howard G. HendricksHoward G. Hendricks
Self-Appraisal Though he is no longer with us, the words of Howard Hendricks stay with us and challenge us to live full and faithful lives in service to our Savior. The article below originally...
Book Excerpts
Jul 15, 2013
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
RetroChristianity But what does true Christian community look like?
Ministry
Jun 11, 2007
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Disciples Known by Their Love The 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...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Suit Up and Play Dallas Seminary's chancellor, Charles R. Swindoll, tells us how to suit up and get in the game.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
The DNA of a Disciple How can we know if we are the kind of disciples Jesus wants us to be? Dr. Mark Bailey, DTS president and author of To Follow Him, shares the seven elements that Jesus...