Burke Holland was the director of Chaplain Ministers in the Baptist State Convention. The service begins with a prayer from 0:26-0:58. The chapel is welcomed along with a recognition of the chaplains in attendance and an introduction to the speaker is given from 1:08-5:09. Luke 14:22-23 is read from 5:11-5:53. Rev. Holland speaks from 6:02-20:23. He encourages the chapel to consider being a volunteer chaplain. This service was the Chaplains Conference sponsored by the Home Mission Board (currently known as the North American Mission Board).
Thomas Troeger was a professor of the Olive School of Theology in Denver, CO. The service opens with a prayer from 0:00-1:00. Dr. Troeger speaks from 1:10-28:02. He shares about how one’s view of God will have a profound effect on how one views life and how they will live and work in their ministries. Troeger encourages the chapel to pursue a Christlike life.
The service starts with prayer from 0:00-1:26. Dr. Troeger speaks from 1:47-28:58. He changes his lecture topic following a conversation he had with a student that took place after his first lecture. Troeger encourages the chapel to be preachers who proclaim the gospel with boldness and to preach to all people.
Thomas Troeger a professor of the Olive School of Theology in Denver, CO. The service begins with a welcome and an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-1:41. Dr. Troeger speaks from 1:45-28:39. His message is titled “Remembered Voices: Calling the Preachers From Our Past.” He shares a story and concludes that if preachers are to share the good news of Jesus in the modern world that they will need to listen to the gospel consistently.