DTS invites speakers from around the world to minister to students, faculty, staff, and friends. In the Fall and Spring semester, chapel is held every Tuesday through Friday from 10:40 a.m. to 11:25 a.m.
Don't Miss the Messages in Your Misfortune
Dr. Chuck Swindoll, chancellor emeritus at DTS, encourages listeners to not miss the messages in their misfortune.
Jesus Our Sure and Steadfast Savior
Dr. George Hillman is a Professor of Educational Ministry and Leadership at DTS, he shares how In the midst of life’s storms, Jesus is our sure and steadfast anchor.
Making Sense of the Biblical Canon
Dr. Bock and Dr. Svigel discuss how the canon emerged and how to think about those texts that were not a part of the canon. There also is discussion and evaluation of how the canon is seen in our culture.
Lessons in Hospitality From Missionary Monks: Mission as Hospitality
Dr. Ed Smither is a Professor of History fo Global Christianity and Dean of the College of Intercultureal studies at Columbia International University. From around AD 400 to 1600, the leading group of missionaries in the global church were monks and hospitality was one of their guiding values and strategies.
Jesus was a Good Guest
Dr. Ed Smither is a Professor of History fo Global Christianity and Dean of the College of Intercultureal studies at Columbia International University. In his earthly ministry, Jesus also demonstrated the hospitality of God; Jesus welcomes sinners while often being an invited guest.
Mission as Hospitality
Dr. Ed Smither is a Professor of History fo Global Christianity and Dean of the College of Intercultureal studies at Columbia International University. Since the Mission of God is a front theme in the story of Scripture, a strong supporting theme is the hospitality of God.
Great teaching with varied styles
I started listening to this series when I became interested in seminary and it definitely sealed the deal for me to choose DTS. I can't wait to start my studies with all the different professors, guests and students who teachers love and truth on this podcast.
As an extension site student having the chapels available on podcast is wonderful. I can easily keep up to and from work each day.
As a DTS grad, this is an outstanding resource. It has been a blessing to feel like I'm sitting in Chafer Chapel again hearing challenging messages from ministry leaders on ministry issues.