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Dallas Christian College podcast on leadership and important topics for the local church, higher education, and Christian business leadership.
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Do you struggle with knowing what God has called you to do? Can you clearly articulate your general, external, and missional callings? In this continuation of the discussion on The Theology of Work, Dr. Mark Hahlen (DCC Bible Department Chair) offers some very practical ways for you to figure out what God has called you to do while you are on this earth. This episode is a must for anyone wrestling with their identity and purpose.  This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Do you look at your current job as a calling of God? Is your work an act of worship that is devoted to God? If these questions resonate with you, then you need to listen to this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast. Dr. Mark Hahlen, the Chair of DCC's Bible Department, shares what he has learned from Scripture regarding God's plan for work and how it relates to our calling. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Dallas Christian College's mission statement states that we educate and mentor "students to be people of influence." Mentoring is a word that we hear a lot in our current culture, especially in the areas of education and business. In this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Thompson (Chair of the DCC Business Department) and Mr. Mark Worley (Vice-President of Institutional Advancement) share their insights on mentoring and discuss the difference between mentoring and simply advising or coaching. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
What kind of footprint and impression are you leaving in the world? Do the people around you look at you as a leader? In this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Thompson (Chair of the DCC Business Department) shares his insight into what makes an effective, Christ-centered leader. Whether you consider yourself to be a leader or not, this podcast is for you! Dr. Thompson Email: lthompson@dallas.eduThis Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
On this Easter Sunday 2021, Dr. Mark Hahlen, Chair of the DCC Bible Department, shares some interesting insights into the biblical description of Christ's resurrection. Listen as Dr. Hahlen explains the difference between the active voice passages ("He arose") and the passive voice passages ("He was raised") and the significance that this understanding has for us as believers in Christ. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
As we begin Passion Week and make our way to Easter Sunday, Dr. Mark Hahlen (Chair of the DCC Bible Department) shares an incredible observation about the resurrection of Jesus Christ in this episode of "Spending Time with the Text." This new understanding both intensifies and personalizes the resurrection proclamation, "He has risen from the dead." We encourage you to share this message with all your friends and family this Easter season. "Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!" This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Throughout the Gospels we encounter many miracles of Jesus, however Bartimaeus is the only recipient of a miracle in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke whose name we know. In this episode of "Spending Time with the Text," Dr. Mark Hahlen, Chair of the Bible Department at DCC, explains the significance of Bartimaeus' name as well as what it means for us as followers of Jesus. Could it be that Bartimaeus models for us behaviors that will help us be honorable men and women of God?This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Do you find it easy to be joyful in all situations of life? Do you rejoice even in times of suffering or disappointment? In this episode of "Spending Time with the Text," the Chair of the Practical Ministries Department at Dallas Christian College, Dr. Eddy Sanders, shares his insights into Matthew's use of the Greek word for "rejoice" and challenges us to look at the ways we express joy in our attitudes, our lives, and in our church.This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
"The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone" (Psalm 118:22 NIV). This passage from Psalm 118 is quoted in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke and is twice referred to by the Apostle Peter. In this episode of "Spending Time with the Text," Dr. Corey Auen, Chair of the DCC Worship Arts Department, offers insight into the hallel psalms and the role that Old Testament prophetic texts played in the confirmation of Jesus Christ as the Messiah.This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
How many times have you read through a passage of Scripture over and over only to have a new meaning or understanding jump out to you, seemingly out of nowhere? Indeed the "word of God is living and active" (Hebrews 4:12, NRSV). For the next five weeks we are sharing a new series of podcasts entitled "Spending Time with the Text." We hope these short exegetical-homiletical commentaries will encourage you through this season of Lent, leading up to Easter. In this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast, Dr. Eddy Sanders, Chair of the Practical Ministries Department at Dallas Christian College, offers unique insight into Mark 9:31 and the concept of being "handed over." This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Are you overwhelmed with the demands of being a full-time parent while at the same time trying to supervise your child's education? The Coronavirus Pandemic has forced many parents into a role that most were not trained for or ever expected to fulfill. In this episode of DCC's Leadership Podcast, DCC Alumni Caroline Worley ('76 Graduate of DCC - MA Literature and Education from UTPB) and Jonathan Harvell ('09 Graduate of DCC - M. Ed. Educational Leadership from Lamar University) offer their insights and expertise as professional educators to those having to oversee their children's education at home. This is a timely and useful podcast for the season we are currently experiencing. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
This week we enter the liturgical season of Lent with the observance of Ash Wednesday on February 17th. In this episode of DCC's Leadership Podcast, Dr. Corey Auen (DCC Worship Arts Department Chair) and Mr. Mark Worley (Vice-President of Institutional Advancement) continue their discussion on the importance of marking time in the Christian context and the effect it has on our spiritual formation. Dr. Auen focuses specifically on the biblical and historical instructions connected with the spiritual discipline of fasting. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Have you ever wondered how it is that God could love you? And what exactly is this thing called, "God's love?" In this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast, the Chair of DCC's Psychology Department, Dr. Lyndsey Neal, shares her understanding of the nature of love and the amazing way that God demonstrates His love for us. This presentation is from a devotion she recorded as part of Compass Christian Church's Compass Daily series. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
In today's world we hear a lot of different titles connected with the role of chaplain: Hospice Chaplain, Team Chaplain, Corporate Chaplain, Military Chaplain, just to name a few. The spiritual guidance and support that a chaplain offers during unique seasons of one's life makes this an important role in the spiritual formation of believers. In this episode of the DCC Leadership Podcast, Dr. Eddy Sanders, Chair of the Practical Ministries Department at Dallas Christian College, offers unique insight into this ministry career based on his calling into the chaplaincy.  Links from podcast:https://www.cec-chap.org/https://acpe.edu/https://chaplain.org/This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
As we move into this new year, one of many challenges facing the new administration is the extreme political and racial division in our country. In this follow-up to last week's episode of Dallas Christian College's Leadership Podcast, DCC Professor of History, Fred Villa, highlights the significant events and successes of the civil rights movement of the United States. His discussion on the achievements of the past gives us a greater appreciation of the sacrifice of Martin Luther King, Jr. and others in the '50s and '60s and offers a glimmer of hope as we look to the future. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
Today our country pauses to remember and honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. In this episode of the Dallas Christian College Leadership Podcast, DCC Professor of History, Fred Villa, shares his years of years of knowledge and expertise in the civil rights movement of the United States. This engaging discussion between Professor Villa and Mark Worley, DCC's Vice-President of Institutional Advancement, gives us all something to consider as we navigate one of the many challenges confronting our nation in 2021.This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
All of us would agree that 2020 was an extremely challenging year! Yet, in spite of all the difficulties, there were still plenty of good lessons that were learned. In this episode of Dallas Christian College's Leadership Podcast, DCC's Vice-President of Institutional Advancement, Mark Worley, and Director of Advancement, Scott Spies, get personal and share their lessons learned from 2020 and offer some predictions, goals and hopes for the coming new year, 2021. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.edu
As 2020 comes to an end and we move into the new year, anxiety, stress, depression and suicide have increased exponentially as our society has dealt with the lingering effects of the coronavirus pandemic. In this episode of Dallas Christian College's Leadership Podcast, DCC's Psychology Department Chair, Dr. Lyndsey Neal, offers some very practical and biblical ways to overcome these feelings of worry and uncertainty. This is a podcast that everyone should listen to as we begin 2021! This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.eduScripture References from podcast:Exodus 14:13​Deuteronomy 3:22​Joshua 10:8Luke 12:32​Matthew 9:35-36Matthew 11:28-30John 13:14-15, 34-35Philippians 2:3-4Philippians 4:6-7
When God calls us to leadership, it is often in the most unusual and unexpected ways. Throughout the Bible we see examples of God calling someone to lead and their response to that call. In this episode of DCC's Leadership Podcast, DCC Alumna and Missionary to Guatemala, Joy Gring, and Mr. Mark Worley (Vice-President of Institutional Advancement) discuss what it looks like to answer God's call to leadership, even when you don't feel like you're ready or equipped. This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.eduResources:E-mail Address:  joygringkelly@gmail.comRainbow Connection II Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/conexion.arcoirisii.7
Do you feel as if our secular society has invaded our current church culture? Are we more interested in observing the Hallmark holiday calendar than we are the Christian church calendar? As we near the end of this Advent season, the "church year" begins its annual journey through the events of Christ's life. In this episode of DCC's Leadership Podcast, Dr. Corey Auen (DCC Worship Arts Department Chair) and Mr. Mark Worley (Vice-President of Institutional Advancement) discuss the importance of marking time in the Christian context and the effect it has on our spiritual formation.This Podcast is sponsored by Dallas Christian College. To learn more about DCC, please visit www.dallas.eduResources:Who Gets to Narrate the World?https://www.amazon.com/Who-Gets-Narrate-World-Contending/dp/0830834818/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2I2IL7F7NLMN6&dchild=1&keywords=who+gets+to+narrate+the+world&qid=1607532564&sprefix=who+gets+to+na%2Caps%2C338&sr=8-1Ancient Future Timehttps://www.amazon.com/Ancient-Future-Time-Forming-Spirituality-Christian/dp/0801091756/ref=sr_1_1?crid=383JJKV74C2T5&dchild=1&keywords=ancient+future+time&qid=1607532614&sprefix=ancient+future%2Caps%2C202&sr=8-1Revised Common Lectionary (Free Online Resource)https://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/
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