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Spiritual Life
Mar 7, 2018
J. Garrett KellJ. Garrett Kell
How Corporate Worship Strengthens Weary Saints When my church gathers, it appears we have little in common. Our skin colors vary. Our political tastes differ. Cultural backgrounds have ingrained us with diverse identities. We...
Faith & Work
Jun 28, 2017
Bill HendricksBill Hendricks
If Businesspeople Prayed What if we didn't just pray for success in church, missions, and evangelism, but also for God's blessing on our jobs and businesses?
Spiritual Life
May 25, 2017
Luke SpencerLuke Spencer
Three Ways the Content of our Prayer Exposes our Theology When churches introduce the topic of prayer, people often experience anxiety in two areas. They fear someone will ask them to pray in a small group or another public setting and/or...
Bible
Sep 14, 2016
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
How to Ruin Your Time at Dallas Seminary Dr. Chuck Swindoll, Chancellor of DTS and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX talks to the student body about distractions that discourage while in seminary,...
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
Nov 6, 2015
Andi ThackerAndi Thacker
3 Lessons Christian Parents Can Learn from Play Therapy How can parents integrate insights from the art of Play Therapy with Scripture?
Book Excerpts
May 15, 2015
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. Kreider
Book Excerpt: God With Us - Theological Foundations Professor of Theological Studies Dr. Glenn Kreider writes. “The behavior of the incarnate Son is consistent with the behavior of the God who is revealed prior to the incarnation....
Theology
Dec 29, 2014
Klaus D. Issler
Five of Christ’s Teachings about Money Five important themes that emerge from Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount, excerpted from Living into the Life of Jesus, by Dr. Klaus Issler (ThM, 1977), published by IVP Books.
Bible
Jun 18, 2014
Stephen J. BramerStephen J. Bramer
Don't Worry...It's Father's Day Dr. Stephen Bramer, Department Chair and Professor of Bible Exposition, reminds us that we don't need to worry because our Father in heaven cares for us.
Chapel
Jan 24, 2014
Tim Lundy
The Disciple's Prayer - Temptation and Evil Tim Lundy, Executive Team Leader and Teaching Pastor of Venture Bible Church, discusses how prayer is the place of preparation where we are equipped for the real battles of life.
Chapel
Jan 22, 2014
Tim Lundy
The Disciple's Prayer- The Kingdom and Will Tim Lundy, Executive Team Leader and Teaching Pastor of Venture Bible Church, discusses prayer as the place the submission where we embrace God's purposes and plans.
Chapel
Jan 21, 2014
Tim Lundy
The Disciple's Prayer - Our Father Tim Lundy, Executive Team Leader and Teaching Pastor of Venture Bible Church, discusses prayer as a place of intimacy where we experience and express the love of our Father.
Theology
Nov 15, 2013
Richard J. Dunham
Money: A Threat to True Rest When we think of rest, the first thing that comes to mind is physical rest. That’s probably because we live in a tired society, run ragged by the demands of the relentless...
Theology
Jun 1, 2012
Klaus D. Issler
Living Into the Life of Jesus Excerpt from Living into the Life of Jesus By Dr. Klauss Issler Exemplary Jesus-Practices About Money PRACTICE 2: TRUSTING GOD’S PROVISION WHILE WISELY USING MONEY ON LOAN...
Spiritual Life
Aug 15, 2011
Barb Peil
Free at Last: Sidebar Those who know Christ have come to know the truth that sets us free. We are… Free of sin’s ultimate consequences through God’s forgiveness (Col....
Chapel
Feb 22, 2011
John Brown
With Eyes Larger Than Our Own Mr. John Brown, Director of Missionary Training Institute, Denton Bible Church, explains to us that The Lord's Prayer entails a prayerful commitment to the glorification of God...
Chapel
Jan 11, 2011
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Warnings in Practicing Righteousness President of Dallas Seminary and Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS warns and encourages us that we can do the right things, but we can do them in the wrong way.
Stories
Apr 1, 2010
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Good Migrations? A Conversation about Emigrating An interview with Dr. Michael Pocock, who emigrated from the UK to the US in his teens. In this conversation he talks about having a biblical view of people migrations.
Article
Jan 1, 2010
Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
To the Jew First in the New Millennium Romans 1:16 reads as follows in the American Standard Version: For I am not ashamed of the gospel: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the...
Bible
Nov 1, 2008
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
What Creation Teaches Us about God The psalmist prayed, “It was you who opened up springs and streams; you dried up the ever flowing rivers."
Article
Mar 1, 2008
Sid Litke
Prayers That God Answers At times our prayers can feel like helium balloons that disappear into the sky, and we wonder what will come of them. God promises to answer prayers that are offered according to...
Public Square
Sep 11, 2007
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Good Migrations?: Immigration Q&A with Dr. Michael Pocock As immigration policy continues to be a hotly debated issue, read as Dr. Michael Pocock, Senior Professor Emeritus of World Missions and Intercultural Studies at DTS, suggests a...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Coked by an Angel Have you ever found yourself in a situation in which you could do nothing but trust God? Your measure of control had slipped away and the only recourse left was to pray or to...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
In The Word Whether dealing with greed or generosity, laziness or work, the Bible has a lot to say about how we handle our resources—our energy, our money, our time. What exactly does it...