Raymond Eugene Owens was Associate Professor of Preaching. An opening prayer takes place from 0:00-0:35. Dr. Binkley introduces the speaker from 0:40-2:47. Owens speaks from 2:53-16:16. Dr. Owens preaches on the personal ministry of sharing one’s faith and missions. Dr. Binkley closes the service from 16:27-17:19.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Associate Professor of Preaching. The service begins with music from 0:00-2:58. Owens shares opening remarks and offers a prayer from 3:03-4:24. Music plays from 4:30-5:04. Another prayer is given from 5:30-7:30. Dr. Owens preaches from 7:36-27:45. He preaches on the sacrifice of Christ for humanity. He shares that Jesus was focused on the relationship with the world.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Assistant Professor of Preaching. The service begins with the reading of Hebrews 12:1-2 and prayer from 0:15-2:50. The hymn, “All Creatures of Our God and King” is sung from 4:00-8:12. Hebrews 11:8-16 is read by Dr. Owens from 8:23-10:16. Owens preaches from 10:18-24:01. Owens asks if those at Southeastern are willing to go on a pilgrimage. A hymn plays from 24:09-27:16. Dr. Owens closes the service in prayer from 27:16-27:35.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Assistant Professor of Preaching. He opens the service in a word of prayer from 0:00-1:43. He preaches from 2:00-18:35. Dr. Owens highlights that the first place to look for Jesus is in hell. Owens states that Jesus came for sinners and that is where to find him.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Assistant Professor of Preaching. Owens opens the service with an announcement and prayer from 0:00-2:42. He preaches the rest of the service from 2:57-22:18. Dr. Owens reads from Mark 14:17-48. Owens notes that our sin is the reason Jesus died, and we are responsible for His death. However, he points out that Jesus took our guilt upon Himself because of His love for us.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Assistant Professor of Preaching. Dr. Owens preached on how the church is often looking to the skies and waiting for Jesus to return and are ignoring the needy world around it. He states that for most churches, they discourage people from coming in due to race or status. Dr. Owens encourages SEBTS to be a better institution than the rest of the churches. He reminds the students that God will baptize them with the Holy Spirit; they just need to be patient and wait. Owens' source text was Acts 1:1-11. Dr. Owens speaks from 0:13-24:21. The hymn "Send Me O Lord, Send Me" is played followed by closing piano to end the service from 24:21-27:26.