Living Out What God Worked InMr. Herman Baxter, Sr, dean of Students, reiterates how salvation for the believer is from God and is not stagnant, but energized by God and working within us for His good purpose.
Apr 5, 2018
Willie J. Bolden
A Willing WitnessDr. Willie Bolden, executive director of Community and Church Relations at DTS-Houston, discusses how one can not understand the grace of God apart from understanding the power and...
Feb 22, 2018
Willie J. Bolden
How to Handle TemptationDr. Willie Bolden, executive director of Community and Church Relations at DTS-Houston, discusses the temptations that come for believers and affirms God's power through them to be...
Feb 21, 2018
The Lord's Arrow of VictoryBilly Beacham, president of Student Discipleship Ministries in Burleson, TX, recounts the story of Elisha days before his death and challenges believers to not settle, but to give...
Mar 21, 2017
Mark L. Bailey
A New Contemplation of GraceDr. Mark Bailey, DTS President and Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, shares with fellow believers, who have the privilege to serve others because of God's grace.
Oct 28, 2016
Michael J. Svigel
Discern, Determine, and DecideDr. Michael Svigel, DTS Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, points out when we find ourselves on the wrong path, we need to discern where we are, determine where...
Sep 7, 2016
Suppository PreachingPastor Richard Ellis of Reunion Church in downtown Dallas affirms the commitment of both time and truth as necessary in the process of discipleship.
Jun 8, 2016
Stephen J. Bramer
The Fine Print of Many CommitmentsDr. Stephen Bramer, Department Chair and Professor of Bible Exposition, teaches that Christ calls us to a radical, no comfort, no compromise commitment to Him and His purposes.
Apr 12, 2016
Why We Give to DTSSteve Ramseur, President of Occupier Services at JLL, talks about how giving fits into a lifestyle of worship.
Feb 22, 2011
With Eyes Larger Than Our OwnMr. 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...
Aug 27, 2009
Stanley D. Toussaint
It's What's Up Front that CountsStanley Touissaint, senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition and adjunct professor of Bible Exposition, reads from Malachi 1 and discusses why God rejects disobedient worship....
Mar 13, 2009
Keeping Vision Amidst DifficultyBrian Fisher, Senior Pastor of Grace Bible Church, discusses four ways our ministry vision may be destroyed. He encourages us to not lose sight of the unique vision God has called...
Sep 25, 2008
T. Maurice Pugh
Enduring Ministry HardshipsDr. Maurice Pugh, adjunct professor of Theological Studies and Senior Pastor of New Life Fellowship Church, reads from 2 Timothy 2 and reminds us challenges exist in ministry. He...
Sep 9, 2008
StewardshipMr. Truett Cathy, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Chick-fil-A shares personal experiences that have been formative to his life. He encourages us to be good stewards of what God has...
Jun 25, 2008
Mark H. Heinemann
Sacrificial ServiceDr. Mark Heinemann, associate professor of Christian Education, discusses Christ's teaching on sacrificial service, which is recorded in John 12. He challenges us to lay aside our...
Apr 25, 2008
True Commitment in MinistryThis sermon will help you to prepare well for the journey into ministry by asking, "In what ways will we need to be truly committed within ministry?"
Following in His StepsDiscover Dallas: Dr. Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Seminary and Professor of Bible Exposition, challenges believers to intentionally imitate Christ, as presented in the Gospel...
Sep 15, 2006
Dr. Ramesh Richard
Five Prayerful ConvictionsDr. Ramesh Richard, Professor of Pastoral Ministries and World Missions and Intercultural Studies, President of RREACH, shares his approach to finishing the race strongly.