We Got a Job to DoDr. Mark Yarbrough, president of DTS and professor of Bible Exposition, begins the fall semester with an encouraging message about achieving the mission and priorities of DTS.
Aug 30, 2019
Ed HerrelkoRaquel P. Wroten
Fishers of Men: Pursuing a Unique CallingRecently, Pine Cove announced its founder, William T. (Bill) McKenzie, went to be with the Lord. In their tribute to him they wrote, “He was a man full of vision and action, and...
Colossian SaturationDanny Box, Lead Pastor of Hill Country Bible Church in Pflugerville, TX, shares how Paul's Colossian vision was gospel saturation in their geographical region with the energy of...
Apr 1, 2014
Following the Son of Man(ly)Dr. Sandra Glahn, Associate Professor of Media Arts & Worship at Dallas Seminary, proclaims that contrary to the world's thinking, God's wisdom elevates complementary male and...
Jul 15, 2009
Mark L. Bailey
Essentiality of Turtle-liftersMark Bailey, President and professor of Bible Exposition, discusses why faithful stewards prove essential in ministry. He encourages us to appreciate the grace given us and respond...
Jun 4, 2008
Eugene W. Pond
Two Are Better Than OneDr. Pond, associate professor of Bible Exposition, associate academic dean for Enrollment Services, and director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness explains how the wisdom...
Apr 22, 2008
Keys to Renewable JoyMr. Kaho Jim outlines how we can have renewable joy in our ministry marathon by adopting several principles found in Philippians 1.
Mar 1, 2008
Kenneth O. Gangel
Surviving Toxic LeadersDr. Kenneth Gangel defines what a toxic leader looks like and why people work for them in this excerpt from Surviving Toxic Leaders.