Clifton Judson Allen was from the Baptist Sunday School Board. The service begins with announcements and scripture reading from 0:00-0:48. Music plays from 0:50-1:56. There is a prayer from 2:03-5:04. An introduction to the speaker is made from 5:11-7:56. Dr. Allen preaches from 8:02-28:26. Allen shares that dynamic Christianity is true Christianity and encourages the students to seek to have a dynamic faith once again.
The service begins with President Stealey offering a word of prayer form 0:25-1:45 Colossians 1:9-20 is read along with another word of prayer from 1:58-5:20. The graduating class presents a gift to the seminary from 5:28-7:34. A special song involving bell chimes is performed from 7:35-8:38. A member of the seminary welcomes everyone and introduces Dr. Clifton Allen. from 8:43-13:12. Another song is performed from 13:33-17:29. Dr. Allen gives the address from 17:47-1:05:18. Clifton Judson Allen was the editorial secretary of the Sunday School Board. His message was on the Lordship of Christ and the role of a Christian. A closing prayer is offered from 1:05:20-1:05:44.
Clifton Judson Allen was the editorial secretary of the Sunday School Board. The service begins with prayer from 0:00-4:13. Dr. CJ Allen is introduced from 4:23-5:29. Dr. Allen speaks from 5:36-23:27. Allen preaches from Hebrews 11:6. He states the power of faith and encourages the students to grow in their faith.
The service begins with a time of confessional prayer (00:00-02:50) and an introduction for the speaker, Dr. Clifton Judson Allen, the editorial secretary of the Sunday School Board (Later to be named LifeWay) of the Southern Baptist Convention (02:51-04:33). His message focuses on that dimension of height in the practice and experience of the Christian Faith as a prerequisite for having depth or breadth in life (04:34-08:01). Three areas this height is needed in are worship (a heightened sense of who God is) (08:02-12:21), conversion (a new-birth encounter with God through Christ’s resurrection) (12:22-16:52), and the Christian life (16:53-21:00). He ends his time in prayer (21:01-21:45).