After an introduction by Dr. Stealey (start-3:30), Dr. Roger G. Branch, the Secretary of Missions for the Baptist Convention of North Carolina, shares three lessons he learned about pastoral ministry through his 25 years of experience. The three lessons are maintaining a wholesome self-scrutiny, the need for developing lay people, and there is tremendous value in the relationship to that denomination of which you are a part (3:31-19:01). The service concludes with a hymn (19:02-end).
After the reading of Psalm 93, a prayer, and an introduction (start-3:51), Robert Turner, the pastor of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Wake Forest, NC, shares some thoughts on Saint Andrew the Apostle, patron Saint of Scotland, and the first missionary to India according to Christian tradition. [Audio cuts out before message ends.]
After a prayer and an introduction (start-2:56), Robert Cook Briggs, Professor of New Testament Interpretation, talks about Bishop Otto Dibelius and reads his work entitled, “The Last Will and Testament to the German Churches.”
After a prayer (start-1:50), Dr. Robert Cook Briggs, Professor of New Testament Interpretation, discusses the differences between having a personal faith and being religious. and Robert Cook Briggs was Professor of New Testament Interpretation.
After an introduction (start-4:15), Reuben E. Alley, the Editor of the Religious Herald in Virginia, speaks on what he sees as three essentials that make a good institution. Those three essentials are the faculty, a library, and a good spiritual environment.