The service opens with a word of thanksgiving and prayer from 0:00-2:58. A responsive reading takes place from 3:08-5:20. A message on the importance of reflecting Christ and sharing happiness is shared from 5:29-12:21. A moment of prayer is taken from 12:28-14:28. A message on being strengthened by Jesus is given from 14:33-20:05. A responsive reading occurs from 20:16-22:30. This service was put together by the Student Coordinating Service.
M. Ray McKay was a retired Professor of Preaching. The service begins with prayer and music from 0:00-4:38. Psalm 27 is read from 4:43-7:12. Music plays from 7:16-12:35. A prayer is offered from 12:44-14:09. An introduction to the speaker is given from 14:12-16:19. Dr. McKay speaks from 16:26-27:37. McKay states that Jesus did not come into the world to make life easy, but that He came to make man great. He encourages the students to remain faithful to God.
M. Ray McKay was Professor of Preaching. The service opens with announcements and music from 0:00-2:07. A prayer is offered from 2:08-2:52. The source text for the sermon, John 3:14-19, was read from 3:00-3:56. Music plays from 4:04-7:32. Dr. McKay preaches from 7:34-25:03. McKay boasts of the message of John 3:16 and tells the students that God loves them. Closing music plays from 25:07-28:29. A closing prayer is made from 28:31-28:58.
M. Ray McKay was Professor of Preaching. He opens the service with a word of prayer and introduction as well as reading the source text, Isaiah 52:1-7, from 0:00-7:43. There is special music from 7:49-14:04. Dr. McKay shares the importance of the apostle Paul and the prophet Isaiah from 14:11-24:25. There is another song played from 24:39-26:54. Dr.McKay closes in prayer from 26:56-27:19.
M. Ray McKay was Professor of Preaching at SEBTS. The service begins with the reading of Psalm 27 from 0:30-3:30. There is a prayer from 3:31-7:41. a musical interlude takes place from 7:42-8:10. Dr. McKay speaks from 8:16-24:45. McKay shares that the most important factor in our faith is God. He notes that the Christian believer grows stronger as they continue to pursue the Lord. McKay proudly proclaims that the Lord is our strength. Music plays form 24:46-25:01.
The service begins with the theme of worship as the responsibility of growing missionary churches (00:00-00:32), the reading of Isaiah 52:1-7 (00:33-02:49), and prayer (02:50-04:45). The service continues with singing (04:46-08:17). There is no introduction for the speaker, M. Ray McKay, but he was Professor of Preaching at SEBTS. He begins by saying that every informed and obedient Christian is a missionary, for God in Christ displayed this exact love toward the world (08:18-15:49). The third aspect for Christians in this way is maturity, which can be reached in no other fashion than to have the world on their hearts in the same way as God (15:50-18:16). Everyone, everywhere who is an informed, obedient Christian is a missionary, and this task is not only up to foreign missionaries but up to local churches as well (18:17-19:33). He then responds to “how” to grow a missionary church by saying the pastor must be: first, a missionary himself in understanding, spirit, and purpose (19:34-20:08); second, the pastor will include missions in his preaching (20:09-21:07); third, he must have a planned educational procedure for the church (21:08-23:06). He closes with a benedictory prayer (23:07-23:31), and the service ends with singing (23:32-24:36).