Oct 12, 2018
Linda M. Marten
Freedom from Our Condemning Hearts
Everywhere we turn, we compare ourselves—we look, measure, evaluate, and then rank ourselves—with others around us. If we’re honest, we can unfailingly find someone who stirs...
Oct 5, 2018
God's Wonders in the Place of Darkness
“I would give about anything to not have to say what I am about to tell you.” The speaker was our family physician, a friend of twenty years, and the conversation occurred six...
Sep 19, 2018
Paul David Tripp
A Problem You Can't Solve By Yourself
Dr. Paul Tripp discusses the importance for leaders in ministry to know the dangers of living outside the essential, sanctifying ministry from the body of Christ.
May 16, 2018
Mark L. Bailey
The Beauty of Community
Dr. Mark Bailey, president of DTS, pauses to discuss the community of believers and the unity found among those saved by Christ.
Sep 13, 2017
Bruce W. Fong
Doing Good During Difficult Times
Dr. Bruce Fong, Dean of DTS-Houston, shares about how community within the church contributes to the good work of the church in the lives of the community outside the church.
Aug 30, 2017
Buist M. Fanning
Teach Truth, Love Well
Dr. Buist Fanning, DTS Senior Professor Emeritus of New Testament Studies, discusses how Christ calls his people to faithfulness in living, communicating his truth, and becoming...
Mar 29, 2017
Nathan D. Holsteen
The Benedictus Option
Dr. Nathan Holsteen, DTS Professor of Theological Studies, discusses the church and how, when facing hostility, it is more important than ever to feed her the proper diet - the...
Oct 27, 2015
The Seminary of the Future
Dr. Scott Cunningham, Vice President of International Partnerships with Overseas Council, discusses the nature of the seminary and addresses changes in the church that need the...
Oct 8, 2015
Stanley D. Toussaint
Problem Parables: The Good Samaritan
Dr. Stanley Toussaint, Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition, walks through the parable of the Great Samaritan and reminds us that what we see determines how we will...
Sep 2, 2015
Dealing with Doubt
Dr. Michael Rydelnik, Professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute, reminds us difficult and disappointing circumstances may cause doubt, but being in the Word, being...
Aug 25, 2015
Mark L. Bailey
A Joy-Filled Ministry
Dr. Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Theological Seminary and Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, starts the new semester encouraging students to pursue intentional integrity,...
Aug 5, 2015
Barry D. Jones
Live Such Good Lives
Dr. Barry Jones, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, reminds us the faithful response to an increasingly inhospitable culture is to live the life that draws the gaze of...
Sep 30, 2014
Why Can't You Be Normal Like Me?
Dr. Robert Rohm, Co-founder and President of Personality Insights, Inc. in Atlanta, GA, shares insight into personality assessment, which guides us into a fruitful view of...
Jul 15, 2013
Michael J. Svigel
But what does true Christian community look like?
Jan 25, 2013
Spiritual Life Conference - Part Four
Chip Ingram, President, Living on the Edge; Senior Pastor, Venture Christian Church, Los Gatos, California, details how to experience authentic community.
Oct 24, 2012
Building Christ's Work
Dr. Rod Macllvaine, Senior Pastor, Grace Community Church; Chairman, Grace Missions International, Bartlesville, OK, tells the story of the beginnings, struggles, vision, and...
Mar 2, 2012
Charles R. Swindoll
Focus: Day @ Dts
Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor, Dallas Seminary; Senior Pastor, Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, TX, explains the need to have people around us as we grow spiritually.
Feb 16, 2012
Issues in Christian Education Chapel
Dr. John Trent, President and Founder, Strong Families, Scottsdale, AZ, shares his experience as a DTS student to encourage us to choose life in Christ as we pass on the blessing...
Sep 30, 2011
D. Scott Barfoot
Two are Better Than One
Dr. Scott Barfoot, Director, Doctor of Ministry Program, DTS, encourages us to support the encouragement of others along the way because life is too significant to go it alone.