Remain in the Mind of OthersSeveral times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel, including Seminary Preview Day, to encourage prospective students. Here is an excerpt from one of his recent chapels.
May 1, 2020
Lewis Sperry Chafer
. . . BeliefIt is utterly out of the question that any man could ever save himself. Of course, it depends on what we mean by “being saved.” If it is merely to make oneself a little better...
Apr 24, 2020
John F. Walvoord
Walking with GodWhen it first happened, you could hardly understand it. You had been seeking something that was missing in your life—an inner peace, a sense of having found the real meaning of...
Apr 17, 2020
Donald K. Campbell
Passing the TestThe complexities of life in our modern society put many to a severe test. Providing adequately for the needs of a growing family is a demanding and often wearisome task. In...
It is Because of HimA few years ago, in a paved area northeast of the theater of ancient Corinth, someone showed me an inscription dating from the middle of first the century a.d., that reads,...
Mar 27, 2020
Raquel P. Wroten
Building Leaders: Profile of Aubrey MalphursFifty-six years ago, a freshman at the University of Florida ate lunch with a couple of friends who took the trouble to share a tract with him. That freshman, Aubrey Malphurs (ThM,...
Aug 30, 2019
Donald P. RegierDr Mike Lawson
The HeritageDon Regier, associate professor emeritus in the EML dept, and Dr. Mike Lawson, senior professor of EML, recall the heritage and history of DTS through their experiences.
A Heritage of PrayerDr. Tom Constable, senior professor emeritus of Bible Exposition, continues Heritage Week with a message about prayer and its prominence in the past, present, and future of DTS.
Oct 27, 2017
Stephen M. Golding
How Dallas Seminary Foundation Supports DTSMr. Steve Golding, president of the Dallas Seminary Foundation, talks about DSF and its support through providing scholarship assistance to DTS students, support for DTS graduates,...
Sep 28, 2017
Philip De Courcy
Picture Perfect: The GuardianContinuing with the third image of the guardian, Pastor Philip de Courcy focuses on the aspects of building legacy through mentoring and discipleship.
Being Faithful in TransitionsDr. Michael Burer, Associate Professor of New Testament Studies, teaches transitions are inevitable and difficult, and Paul describes how to not only survive, but stay faithful, in...
Aug 28, 2014
J. Lanier Burns
The Lamb and the LionDr. Lanier Burns, Research Professor of Theological Studies and Senior Professor of Systematic Theology, speaks on the legacy of the seminary, eschatology, and the faithfulness of...
Feb 26, 2013
Charles R. Swindoll
The Rewards of a Life of IntegrityDr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor, Dallas Theological Seminary; Senior Pastor, Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, TX, uses Dr. Howard G. Hendricks' legacy to challenge students to...
Oct 21, 2011
Board ChapelDr. Ken Horton, President, Ministry Catalysts, Inc., Fort Worth, TX, explains how our response to answered prayer reveals our heart and also shapes our legacy.
Oct 26, 2007
Ministry Apart from the MainstreamPastor Bobby Hamilton, Senior Pastor of Friendship Community Bible Church, shares about the value of serving in ministries and places that don't receive the attention and fame that...
Oct 19, 2007
Board Chapel: Don't Mess with a ClassicMr. Tommy Nelson, Senior Pastor of Denton Bible Church, challenges believers not to abandon the foundation of truth on which they stand in order to reach today's culture.
Sep 27, 2007
Created to ConnectYouth Ministry Week: Mr. Mark Matlock, President and Founder of Wisdom Works Ministries, contends that godly communities are essential in helping today's youth believe and practice...
Mar 29, 2007
Running Your RaceDr. Terry Woodson, Advisor for African-American Students, stresses the importance of perseverance in faith and ministry until death.