Help for Battling Burnout

Mark L. Bailey Sep 15, 2013

Care to guess which chapel-message video posted on the DTS website always generates the most traffic? It’s not about conflict in the Middle East. It’s not one of our counseling professors talking about sex and marriage. And it’s not one of our theology professors discussing...

Rick Griffith in Singapore: A Perspective from Overseas

Staff Sep 15, 2013

Dr. Rick Griffith racks up a lot of air miles. He’s the Doctor of Ministry director at Singapore Bible College, where he has taught Bible, theology, and preaching for twenty-two years while at the School of Theology (English). He also helped plant Crossroads International Church, where he...

Cultivating Sabbath Rest in a Busy World

Michael H. Burer Sep 15, 2013

God gave his people rest for two reasons: so they could experience his presence and so they could celebrate their redemption. Dr. Michael Burer talks about these purposes and how believers in an era of grace can still carve out times of meaningful rest.

Secure: Discovering True Financial Freedom

Richard J. Dunham Sep 15, 2013

Rick Dunham (ThM, 1981) explains the blessing of not being enslave in this excerpt from his book

Sabbath Thoughts from a Pastor on Sabbatical

Mark Engelthaler Sep 15, 2013

Mark Engelthaler (ThM, 1984; DMin, 1994) discusses the meaning of Sabbath rest for modern ministers and believers.

Down Time, Time Off, and Time Away

Staff Sep 15, 2013

7 to 8 Average number of hours most adults need nightly <6 Average number of sleep hours Americans get <7 Average number of sleep hours Brits get Sundays...

Take the Crazy out of Busy

Charles R. Swindoll Sep 15, 2013

Some years back, I was snapping at my wife and children, choking down my food at mealtimes, and feeling irritated at those unexpected interruptions through the day. Before long, things around our house reflected the pattern of my hurry-up style. After supper one evening, the words of...

New Building and Renovation Plans Announced

Staff Aug 27, 2013

Dallas Theological Seminary is proud to announce a new campus master plan that preserves its historic buildings while also modernizing its classrooms and creating a more friendly, walkable campus. Front and center is a new, tree-lined central lawn with a new parking area for guests and...

Logos Bible Software for DTS students

Staff Aug 22, 2013

DTS has partnered with Logos Bible Software to offer software and theological resources to DTS students for free*. Dallas Theological Seminary is committed to training students to study all 66 books of God’s Word at the deepest level equipping them to Teach Truth and Love Well.

New Caterer Comes to Mitchell Dining Commons

Staff Aug 20, 2013

The Mitchell Ministry Center's dining commons is now home to Thornhill Catering, which has been serving fine food around the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex for over 20 years.

Bryant Black (1931-2013)

Staff Aug 16, 2013

Bryant Black, "Fisherman and Fisher Of Men,” went to be with his Lord on August 13, 2013 at the age of 82. Bryant had been the Director of Development for DTS since 1979 until his retirement in 2008

Look Before You Lead

Aubrey M. Malphurs Aug 1, 2013

Now that we know how important congregational culture is and that it plays a critical role in leadership and the very survival of our churches, it’s time to define what we’re talking about. I refer to this as a “clarity moment.” It’s a time when we pause and make sure...


Michael J. Svigel Jul 15, 2013

Community groups . . . community centers . . . building community . . . promoting community . . . community life . . . community churches . . . faith communities . . . the Christian community . . . Community has become a buzzword in twenty-first-century evangelicalism. Today’s...

God's Role in My Son's Autism

Miltinnie Yih Jul 3, 2013

When Miltinnie Yih’s son received a diagnosis of “autism,” she wrestled with the “why?” Was it unconfessed sin? A generational curse? Demonic oppression? Ultimately she found two underlying questions: Who made this happen? Who is in charge?

DTS and Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary Offer Joint DMin

Staff Jun 18, 2013

DTS and Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary are partnering to offer a Doctor of Ministry degree to pastors, missionaries, and Christian leaders already at work advancing the gospel in the Arabic-speaking world.

The Cross in the Shadow of the Crescent

Erwin W. Lutzer Jun 14, 2013

“Some Christians will not wake up until they go to church and discover that the door is locked and a sign has been placed on it that reads, ‘This Church Is Officially Closed,’” said Frank Wright, the president of the National Religious Broadcasters association. He was, of...

Steve Strauss (1955-2013)

Stephen Smith Jun 11, 2013

The Dallas Theological Seminary family mourns the loss of Steve Strauss, who lived and died well.

Living with a Disability

Sandra Glahn Jun 5, 2013

Members of the DTS family talk about what it’s like to live with disability—from the perspective of both the impaired and the caregiver—and how the body of Christ can both help and reap benefits.

Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home

Gloria Furman Jun 1, 2013

Introduction In the first draft of this introduction I wrote, “I want to flesh out the practical implications of the gospel in everyday life.” Then the thought occurred to me that I have never “fleshed out” anything before. I’ve only ever de-fleshed...

5 Ways to Reach Out to the Intellectually Disabled

Amanda DeWitt May 29, 2013

When I first met Lisa, a national sign-language artist who knew more songs than my iPod contained, I looked forward to forming a friendship. But I was unsure of what to say around her. Lisa has Down syndrome, and initially I knew little about intellectual disabilities. Fortunately, Lisa and her...

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