Sep 12, 2017
Joe M. Allen, Jr.
Say It, Teacher
Dr. Joe Allen, Jr., campus pastor at DTS, discusses how loving others supremely is a natural result of accepting God's complete forgiveness.
Sep 11, 2017
Bruce 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...
Apr 26, 2016
Glenn R. Kreider
The Ones Who Love Much
Dr. Glenn Kreider, Professor of Theological Studies at DTS, recalls how Jesus taught that those who are forgiven much love much, and proposes that since we have all been forgiven...
Apr 20, 2016
Choose to Forgive
To honor God in our response to those who hurt us, senior Benjamin Rounds encourages listeners to choose to forgive as a response to God's forgiveness, as a requirement for living...
Apr 8, 2016
Charles R. Swindoll
Claiming the Healing Forgiveness Brings
Dr. Swindoll continues in the vein of his previous message and discusses healing the mess in our lives through forgiveness.
Mar 29, 2016
Charles R. Swindoll
Cleaning Up the Trash We Regret
Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor at DTS and Senior Pastor of Stonebriar Community Church, addresses the importance of taking care of ourselves in order to be fruitful in ministry.
Mar 11, 2016
Opening Our Eyes
Matt Mikalatos, staff member with CRU, ends WEC week by encouraging and mobilizing church leaders that are aware of and choose to address the blind spots found in society.
May 20, 2015
Joye B. Baker
The Connection Between Confession and Repentence
Dr. Joye Baker, Adjunct Professor in Educational Ministries and Leadership and Women's Adviser in Educational Ministries and Leadership, proposes that we too often consider...
Apr 28, 2015
Out of the Shadow
Dr. Reg Grant, Department Chair, Media Arts and Worship & Professor of Media Arts and Worship, reenacts the story of Esau, emphasizing that those who forgive pry open the door...
May 21, 2014
Michael J. Svigel
Don't Let Your Past Hold You Back
Dr. Michael J. Svigel, Associate Professor of Theological Studies, reminds us that when Satan accuses us of our past sins, we need to trust in God's promise that He has forgiven us...
Mar 14, 2014
Sacrifice and Redemption: Our Life
As DTS once again celebrates the World Evangelization Conference (WEC) week. This year we welcome Dr. Jim Howard, Senior Pastor of Dillon Community Church in Dillon, Colorado, as...
Jan 23, 2014
The Disciple's Prayer - Give and Forgive
Tim Lundy, Executive Team Leader and Teaching Pastor of Venture Bible Church, discusses prayer as the place of provision where we address our physical and spiritual needs.
Nov 1, 2013
Failure Isn't Final
Lead Pastor of Grace Fellowship Church, Tom Oyler, speaks that while failure happens and is hard to admit or accept, it is never final.
May 15, 2013
Mark L. Bailey
Renewable Resources: The Gift of Suffering
After Lacie came home from the hospital, that neighbor called to apologize. And she heard her mother tell him, “In light of all Christ has forgiven us, how can we not forgive...
Dec 4, 2012
Hosea... A Love Story
Pastor Gary DeSalvo, Senior Pastor, Temple Bible Church, Temple, TX, uses Hosea's pursuit of Gomer as a model to encourage us to embrace God's unconditional love.
Jul 25, 2012
Glenn R. Kreider
I am Esau
Dr. Glenn Kreider, Professor of Theological Studies, DTS, explains that Esau was guilty of despising the birthright (Gen 25:34), but he also granted forgiveness to his brother...
Apr 11, 2012
Life's Most Important Choice
Dr. Robert Jeffress, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church Dallas, Dallas, TX, explains that the most difficult, yet vital, choice people in ministry make is forgiving those who...
Feb 10, 2012
Self-Condemnation and Self-Forgiveness
Dr. Everett Worthington, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, presents six-steps to self-forgiveness.
Feb 9, 2012
Helping People Reach Forgiveness
Dr. Everett Worthington, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, presents a five-step method that people can use to...
Feb 8, 2012
Four Christian Virtues
Dr. Everett Worthington, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, discusses psychological studies of justice, mercy,...
Apr 2, 2009
How to Apologize
Lee Jagers, adjunct professor in Biblical Counseling and Director of DTS's Counseling Services, discusses how to apologize. He reads from Proverbs 28:1 and encourages us to have...
Jan 15, 2009
Stanley D. Toussaint
Stanley Toussaint, senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition and adjunct professor in Bible Exposition, discusses the issue of hypocrisy. He explains why hypocrisy was...
Mar 1, 2008
A dark cell. Rancid food. Angry guards. In this fictional story a prisoner longs for home, and is shocked by his sentence.