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.
Living in an Imitation Nation
Mrs. Rebecca Carrell, co-host of the Morning Show at KCBI as well as an author and speaker, reminds listeners of the hard-wired instinct to imitate others and how to imitate Christ within society.
Few Words, Wise Counsel
Chuck Swindoll, Chancellor Emeritus of DTS, addresses the slow, secret, subtle erosion of faith seen in the life of Robert Robinson, author of "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing," and encourages steadfast faithfulness to the Lord.
Dr. Dan Shaw closes the Missions and Evangelism Lectureship with a message about ministry as the result of relationship building, first with God and then with those in the vicinity.
Dr. Dan Shaw continues the series with a message about God's provision, knowing he will provide amidst intentional relationship building and ministry.
Dr. Dan Shaw, senior professor of Anthropology and Translation at Fuller Graduate School of Intercultural Studies in Pasadena, CA, opens the Missions and Evangelism Lectureship with the first of three messages in a series about analyzing Jesus's approach to being missional.
How to Succeed in Ministry and Avoid Ministry Pitfalls
Mr. Allen Parr, CEO of Let's Equip, Inc, in McKinney, TX discusses the highs and lows of ministry while offering insight that can lead to success.
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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.