Martha and Me: Learning to Worship AgainMy black dress folds softly across the red velvet pews. I sit quietly in the still sadness, waiting my turn. I’ve never liked funerals. As the rest of the attendees sing a hymn,...
Faith & Work
Mar 21, 2018
Find Meaning In WorkI 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...
Mar 9, 2018
WEC: Windows and MirrorsDr. Nik Ripken concludes WEC week describing the miraculous acts of God globally and challenging believers to be aware of the miracle of public worship without threat of...
Feb 20, 2018
When the Lord Opens the DoorRev. Will Graham, Vice President and associate evangelist with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, discusses the doors that lay open before believers, some as opportunities...
Jan 19, 2018
Brian L. Webster
Under His Wings: Ruth Takes RefugeDr. Brian Webster, professor of Old Testament Studies at DTS, walks through the book of Ruth, focusing on the examples of strong faith, humble service, and good decision making in...
Jan 17, 2018
Charles R. Swindoll
Meaningful Messages in MisfortuneDr. Chuck Swindoll, Chancellor of DTS and pastor of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX, continues to encourage believers to see the life lessons from God when they walk...
Jan 16, 2018
Mark L. Bailey
The Freedom of a Forgiving HeartDr. Mark Bailey, President and senior professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, speaks about forgiveness, the act of rooting mercy in compassion and canceling the debt of offense.
Nov 28, 2017
Charles R. Swindoll
Pressing On Through the UnexpectedDr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor at DTS and senior pastor at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX, discusses the unexpected situations that change life, which is the last in...
Arts & Media
Nov 3, 2017
Dawn Waters BakerNatalie Carnes
Beauty for Wounds in WorkDr. Natalie Carnes, Assistant Professor of Theology at Baylor University in Waco, TX, talks with Mrs. Dawn Waters-Baker, Artist-in-Residence at Arapaho Road Baptist Church in...
Why the Five Solas Matter TodayLong before the beginning of the Reformation, certain practices in the life of the church, for ordinary people, had ceased to be meaningful expressions of the Christian faith....
Oct 19, 2017
John D. Hannah
The Atoning Sufficiency of ChristDr. John Hannah, Research Professor of Theological Studies and Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology at DTS, affirms that Jesus Christ is alone the provision of human...
Oct 18, 2017
Ronald B. Allen
Sola GratiaDr. Ronald Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at DTS, discusses how Luther's rediscovery of "grace alone" is one of the great works in history.
Oct 17, 2017
Michael J. Svigel
Sola Fide: By Faith AloneDr. Michael Svigel, Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies at DTS, begins Reformation Week by discussing Sola Fide and its origin, not with Luther and the Reformers,...
Oct 10, 2017
Yeshua: The Hope of Israel and the NationsMr. Joel Rosenberg, Chairman and Founder of The Joshua Fund, walks through how prophecy points back to Jesus as Messiah and reaffirms his importance as the hope of the nations.
Sep 25, 2017
Michael J. Svigel
3 Redeeming Myths of the ReformationEmperor Nero didn’t really play the fiddle while Rome went up in flames. Paul Revere didn’t ride through the night shouting “The British are coming! The British are...
Sep 13, 2017
Bruce W. Fong
Doing Good During Difficult TimesDr. 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.