Donald Myers was the pastor of First Baptist Church Reedsville. The service starts with a scripture reading from 0:00-0:43. An announcement is given from 0:51-2:00. A prayer is offered from 2:02-3:24. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:32-6:11. Rev. Myers speaks from 6:17-23:18. His source text was James 2:27. He preaches on the important role pastors must play to serve the oppressed and overlooked.
William Randall Lolley was the 3rd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Lolley shares a few announcements from 0:00-8:00. He offers a prayer from 8:01-10:10. Lolley preaches from 10:16-27:03. His source text was Luke 23:32-34. His topic is centered on forgiveness and life that can be found in Jesus.
Alton H. McEachern was pastor of First Baptist Church in Greensboro, NC. The service begins with an opening scripture reading from 0:00-0:29. A prayer is offered from 0:35-3:28. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:29-5:03. Rev. McEachern speaks from 5:09-21:04. He preaches on how to not be a reluctant disciple of Jesus.
Charles Livingstone Allen was pastor of First United Methodist Church in Houston, TX. The service begins with a welcome and responsive reading from 0:00-1:52. A prayer is offered from 1:53-3:56. Dr. Lolley introduces the speaker from 4:01-8:58. Rev. Allen speaks from 9:01-41:34. He preaches on Matthean missiology.
Archie Lee Nations was Professor of New Testament Interpretation. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-0:22. Hebrews 2:5-18 is read from 0:35-3:30. A prayer is offered from 3:31-4:05. Dr. Nations speaks from 4:33-17:21. His topic is centered on his “Thoughts on Jesus Christ.” When he thinks of Jesus he thinks of four words: atonement, identity, deity, and mystery.
James L. Sullivan was president of the SBC. The service begins with a scripture reading from 0:00-0:45. A prayer is offered from 0:47-1:09. Dr. Lolley introduces the speaker from 1:16-1:44. Dr. Sullivan speaks from 1:54-20:52. He delivers a message about the great things the SBC accomplishes and the role that the seminaries have in the mission.