DTS and the NIV: 50 Years and Counting Emily Varner and Sandra Glahn Nov 16

3 Lessons Christian Parents Can Learn from Play Therapy

Andi Thacker Nov 6

How can parents integrate insights from the art of Play Therapy with Scripture?

Announcing the “Last Year Free” ThM Scholarship

Staff Nov 2

Beginning fall 2016, all ThM students will receive free tuition for the final 24 hours of their degree program.

Hungry Appetites and Holy Affections: 4 Gospel Truths to Combat Food Addiction

Lacey Leifeste Nov 1

People with eating disorders, disordered eating patterns, and body image struggles fill our churches. And what are we telling them? What are we not telling them? Or, even the better question might be, are we telling these people anything ? In December of 2002, I was hospitalized for an...

The Dinner Table as a Place of Connection, Brokenness, and Blessing

Barry D. Jones Oct 26

Perhaps before we invite people to Jesus or invite them to church, we should invite them to dinner

Winning the Food Fight: How a Pastor Ministered to the Body and Soul of America's Unhealthiest City

Staff Oct 22

Pastor Steve Willis (ThM, 1996) teamed up with Jamie Oliver to combat obesity in America's Fattest and Unhealthiest City.

Kylee Pastore: Finding Widsom in Latte Art

Garland Dunlap Oct 20

When it comes to food, DTS student Kylee “K” Pastore is a study in contrasts. “I think my learning style is food. When I’m eating, I understand things so much better. I carry food around with me all the time,” she jokes. Her diet is serious, though. She follows...

Take, Eat: This Is My Gluten-Free Body

Katie Fisher Oct 19

How providing Gluten-free bread and wine reminds us of Jesus’s sacrifice and our union in him.

In Memoriam, Eddie B. Lane (1939-2015)

Staff Oct 16

Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) professor Dr. Eddie B. Lane, Sr., one of DTS’s first African American students, died on October 15, 2015. At the time of his death, Lane was associate professor emeritus of Pastoral Ministries. During his time at DTS, he was instrumental in developing...

An Excerpt from The Pastor's Wife

Gloria Furman Oct 15

Introduction “There you are,” a woman whispered in my ear as she grabbed my elbow during a church gathering. “I’ve been looking everywhere for you!” Startled, I braced myself. You never know what a statement like that could mean, especially at a...

Who Suffers for Our Food Choices?

Michelle Covington Oct 15

How would the food industry change if Christians became more conscious consumers?

A Madness Most Discreet: Join DTS for Arts Week 2015

Sandra Glahn Oct 14

In Shakespeare’s great tragedy, Romeo describes love—among other things—as “a madness most discreet.” The impassioned Montague recognizes that love is so powerful it can overwhelm with confusion, even to the point of driving a person crazy. Nevertheless, he believes...

From the Garden to the Garden: Tracing Our Sobremesa through the Bible

Karla D. Zazueta Oct 12

It seemed no one had intentions of leaving anytime soon. The crowd that night—and, in fact, every night we traveled through France—preferred to linger after dinner. I enjoyed this style of dining—no rush, no waiter pushing us out the door, just fellowship and conversation for...

Napkin Theology

Mark L. Bailey Oct 1

On the day after my son Joshua turned sixteen, he obtained his driver’s license. That night, I thought it might be a timely moment for a father-son chat. So we went to our favorite coffee shop. I ordered a cup of coffee, and he ordered a chocolate shake. And I pulled out a napkin. Josh...

Ask Dr. Swindoll - Advice for Preachers and Finishing Well

Charles R. Swindoll Oct 1

Several times a year, Dr. Swindoll preaches in chapel at DTS and engages in a question-and-answer time with prospective students. Here are some of the questions he answered recently. Which book of the Bible is your favorite and why? I don’t have a favorite. That’s like...

Every Meal a Eucharist: Introducing DTS Magazine

Sandra Glahn Oct 1

Welcome to the union of Kindred Spirit magazine and the alumni Connection . Kindred Spirit began as a vision of the late John F. Walvoord, then president, and DTS’s Public Relations director James Killion. A Ministry to the DTS Family When they published the first issue in...

Coffee as a Means of Grace: A Sip of Theological Humor

Michael J. Svigel Sep 29

Until I accepted coffee as a means of grace, I struggled both internally and externally with the entire concept of waking up early in the morning to seek the Lord in prayer.

Groanings from the Gridiron: 5 Ways Football Reflects the Biblical Drama

Luke Spencer Sep 10

The football season is in full swing. While football awakens the groaning in humanity’s soul, it does not and cannot satisfy it. Here are five lessons believers can be reminded of this football season.

A Process for Problematic Scenarios: Same-Sex Attraction and the Gospel

Staff Sep 4

Four broad questions followed by 19 scenarios related to same-sex attraction and same-sex marriage that you can use to lead a discussion within your church or ministry. These were first introduced at a pastors' gathering on the Dallas campus on September 1, 2015.

DTS grad stars in "War Room"

Sandra Glahn, Michael Foust Aug 28

The makers of "Facing the Giants," "Fireproof," and "Courageous" have completed their latest film, "War Room," which spotlights prayer, its power and purpose. Specifically, the movie tells the story of a prayer warrior grandmother (played by Karen Abercrombie) who mentors a young mom (DTS grad Priscilla Shirer) facing a troubled relationship with her husband (T.C. Stallings).

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