Speak Freedom

DBU Hosts 21Wilberforce "Speak Freedom" Conference

21Wilberforce, a Christian human rights organization dedicated to defending the universal rights of religion, belief, and conscience for all people, recently held its annual “Speak Freedom Conference” on the campus of Dallas Baptist University.

Spring trees on campus

The Coming of Spring: Being Renewed by the Spirit

The beauty of springtime brings with it the refreshing renewal of life all around us. As we enter this new season of renewal, we must also challenge ourselves to pursue the Good Shepherd in order to find revitalization within our own spiritual walks.

Students in the Sellar

Celebrating Culture and Community

Each year, DBU hosts International Week, a week-long celebration of the many different cultures represented on the DBU campus. Throughout the week, the International Office hosted multiple events focused on gathering students of all cultures across campus to learn more about other cultures through faith, fellowship, and fun.

Students singing on Chapel stage

Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation: DBU Celebrates International Week

Each year, the DBU family hosts "International Week" on campus, celebrating the gift of community that God has given us as a student body, looking forward to the day in which every tribe, tongue and nation will stand before the Lamb of God.

Easter Service

12th Annual Easter Service on Good Friday with Dr. Jim Denison

Dr. Jim Denison of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture provided the 2021 Easter Service on Good Friday to celebrate the empty tomb and the resurrection of our Savior.

Bob Doll

Marketplace Leader Bob Doll Speaks at Annual Gallup Lecture Series

A Christian leader in the marketplace with over 40 years of portfolio management expertise and numerous appearances on major news networks, Bob Doll spoke at this year's annual Gallup Lecture Series.  

Behold the Triumphant Christ. The background shows the back of the DBU Chapel on a sunny day.

Anticipating Christ’s Second Triumphal Entry by Recalling His First

Twenty-first century Christians often can’t take in the incredible impact of Christ’s triumphal entry on Palm Sunday, but when we reflect on its place within the larger story of God’s redemption, we stand in awe and anticipation of how God moves and crafts His grand narrative.

Symposium

God on the Brain: DBU Faculty Panel Discusses Intersection of Faith, Psychology, and Biology

At a recent Friday Symposium, DBU professors engaged in an interdisciplinary conversation on issues related to faith and contemporary neuroscience.

Carter Woodson

The Legacy of Carter G. Woodson

Dr. Tempress Asagba, DBU's Dean of Students and Chair of the Community Advocates for Racial Equality (CARE) Committee, reflects on the foundations of Black History Month and the legacy of Carter G. Woodson.