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.
We Are the Church
Dr. Brian Fisher, pastor of Grace Bible Church in College Station, TX, shares an encouraging message about being the church among humanity, creating space for adaptation amidst change, and staying on mission.
Mr. Scott Talbot, executive director of Dallas Seminary Foundation, offers a philosophical paradigm shift of finances, specifically in relationship to giving and fundraising, based in biblical principles.
Getting Out of the Boat
Neal Jeffrey, associate pastor at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, TX, speaks an encouraging word about Jesus's experience with the disciples on a boat amidst a storm, highlighting faith as the response to Jesus's instruction.
Story: Academics and Storytellers
Liz Rodriguez, groups coordinator at Battle Creek Church in Broken Arrow, OK, hosts the faculty members of DTS's Media Arts and Worship department - Drs. Reg Grant, Sandra Glahn, Tim Basselin, and Mr. Todd Agnew - to discuss story, creative processes, and wisdom for artists.
Story: How Storytellers Develop Their Ideas
Dr. Sandra Glahn moderates a panel of DTS alum - Chase Jones, Jazmine Sanchez Linares, Kelsey Hency, and Jed Ostoich - as they talk about the process of storytelling in their ministries and lives.
An Encounter That Matters
Dr. Tom Hayes, executive vice president for Insight for Living in Frisco, TX, speaks an encouraging word about a man's encounter with Jesus and how it makes all the difference for that man as well as those in ministry today.
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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.