View a two-minute clip of this inspiring 60-minute drama that unfolds as the five women recorded in the royal genealogy of Jesus (Matt. 1) emerge from the Bible to tell their stories: narratives of intrigue, grace, and redemption. Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary reveal how they are grafted into the Messianic family tree in spite of their pasts and origins. Their trials and triumphs produce hope that anyone can be accepted into the King’s family by God’s grace through faith.
The hero of Luke 10:30–37 might be surprised to know that we now call him the “good” Samaritan. In his world “good” was usually credited to folks like the priests and Levites who had power. All he did was pause along his way and do the right thing, thereby setting an...
When I saw the jubilation of the same-sex couples who were
“married,” I knew that we as a church had to respond.
Do Christianity and the martial arts go together? Find out from one of Dallas Seminary’s own—tenth-degree black belt and martial arts instructor Keith D. Yates (M.A.[BS], 1983).
Read an excerpt from The Lost Virtue of Happiness by Dr. J. P. Moreland (ThM, 1979) and Dr. Klauss Issler (ThM, 1977).
Learn how God takes the light of His love and adds length to our tiny shadows in an excerpt from Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God.
A few years ago as Valerie Simonds was walking through her Dallas neighborhood, which is full of diverse, young professionals, she asked the Lord to somehow bring that community together in the fellowship of Christ.
Is the Lord really good to those who love Him? Prophets such as Jeremiah wondered as much. Such cries throughout Scripture teach us how to endure when circumstances spiral out of control.
“If you just had more faith, you would see more miracles happen in your life.” The idea behind this challenging statement has become prevalent in the Christian community and shows no sign of going away. Is it biblical, or is it the result of misinformation? Certainly faith in God...
Do you want to make worship a bigger part of your daily experience? It's easier than you might think.
Read an excerpt from The Devoted Life by Kelly M. Kapic and Randall Gleason.
When our eldest daughter Sophie turned eleven, I asked family members and adult friends to send her birthday cards with growing up advice. Since she was born on Christmas Eve, people often overlooked her special day. Imagine her delight as we handed her cards and letters from all over...
Our Lord promises us the desires of our hearts, but do we really believe Him? Harry Adams drinks from a deep well of promise as he battles Lou Gherig’s disease.
“In my Father’s house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you” (John 14:2). At some point we all see the face of evil so closely that we recall each wrinkle at the eye and each turn of the mouth. At some point, we...
A feeling of insecurity hovers over the age in which we live. Enemies threaten us from abroad, while crime remains a reality close to home. Insecurity, however, is not unique to our own era.
Through the writings of Amy Carmichael, a woman with a crippling illness finds comfort in her sorrow.
A personal letter written nearly two thousand years ago offers sage advice for hammering the dents out of relationships.
Sometimes God shows up in unexpected ways to bring hope in our despair.
Like Oscar the Grouch and Oscar Meyer, Dr. Oscar López is a household name around Dallas Seminary. In this profile of a DTS professor known for his sense of humor, you’ll read about how Dr. López’s gospel ministry has taken him from garbage cans to Guatemala.