Glendon McCullough was Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board (now known as the North American Mission Board). The service begins with scripture reading and music from 0:00-0:56. There is a prayer from 0:57-1:44. Music plays from 1:50-5:21. A responsive reading takes place from 5:27-7:26. There is an introduction to the speaker from 7:30-8:28. Dr. McCullough speaks from 8:30-31:18. McCullough states that it is time for the SBC to assume the role of prophetic leadership and focus on missions.
Glendon McCullough was from the Home Mission Board (now known as the North American Mission Board). The service begins with a word of prayer from 0:00-1:10. Music plays from 1:16-1:50. Dr. McCullough is introduced from 1:51-3:19. He speaks from 3:27-26:55. Dr. McCullough preaches from 1 Peter 2:9. McCullough shares the dynamics and importance of the Home Mission Board organization. He encourages the students to consider joining the mission field.
Glendon McCullough was from the Home Mission Board. President Stealey opens the service in prayer from 0:32-3:13. Dr. Stealey makes some announcements and introduces Dr. McCullough from 3:18-6:03. McCullough preaches from John 20 and gives an Easter-themed message on sharing the good news of a risen Jesus with everyone. Dr. McCullough speaks from 6:09-25:10.
Glendon McCullough was Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board. McCullough preached to the chapel about how the necessity to preach the good news to people is just as important now as it used to be back in the Bible. He talks about how God can turn our life around like He did for many notable figures in the faith and use us to accomplish His mission. McCullough informs SEBTS that there is a great need in America for the Gospel. There is an opening prayer from 0:20-4:13. Glendon McCullough is introduced from 4:21-5:40. McCullough speaks from 5:50-25:52
Glendon McCullough was Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-1:08. Rev. McCullough speaks from 1:17-19:57. His source text was John 9:39-41. He preaches on seeing God for who He is and preaching the gospel to a world that is under judgement.
After reading Psalm 95:6-7, a prayer, and introduction (start-2:50), Glendon McCullough, the Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board, shared an inspiring message about a Japanese-American who had a zeal for evangelism during World War II. [The audio from the original tape cuts off before message was finished.]
After a poem, prayer, and introduction (start-3:20), Glendon McCullough, the Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board, spoke about the difference we can make if we work to change the things around us.