James Leo Green was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament. In this message, He shares a message on Grace out of Titus Chapter 2 in preparation for the Christmas season.
Offering Request- 2:39
Worth Collins Grant was a missionary to Japan. A responsive reading takes place from 1:37-3:27. A prayer is offered from 3:31-7:13. An introduction to the speaker is given from 7:16-8:41. Rev. Grant speaks from 8:47-25:16. Grant shares stories of the importance of missionaries and evangelistic efforts in Japan. Closing music plays from 25:16-25:54.
The service begins with the reading of scripture and prayer from 0:00-1:13. Music plays from 1:42-3:04. The order of service is announced from 3:15-3:58. Romans 12 is read from 4:07-6:38. Special music plays from 6:49-12:09. A message from Romans is given from 12:19-32:59. We are to live a life worthy to which we have been called. This service was planned by the Student Coordinating Council.
Howard Lee was the pastor of West Main Baptist Church in Danville, VA. The service begins with music from 0:00-1:00. A prayer is offered from 1:16-2:14. Hebrews 12:14-17 is read from 2:17-3:17. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:25-5:19. Dr. Lee preaches from 5:28-20:53. Rev. Lee gives a message on Christian love and how it is the greatest gift God can give to His children and what His children can give to others.
Robert S. Alley was from the University of Richmond. The service begins with a scripture and a music from 0:00-2:09. There is a prayer from 2:32-4:01. An introduction to the speaker is given from 4:10-5:25. Dr. Alley preaches from 5:25-27:31. Alley shares the importance of being educated in God’s Word and raising a child that cares about such matters. A closing prayer is offered from 27:55-28:12.
Vance Barron was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill, NC. The service begins with prayer from 0:00-1:37. The Scripture reading, Psalm 23 and Colossians 1:15-20, is read from 1:42-4:20. Music plays from 4:25-4:57. An introduction to the speaker is given from 5:24-8:02. Rev. Barron speaks from 8:10-24:57. Barron preaches on mankind and prayer. He notes that God should never be our last option we turn to, but instead our first.
The service begins with Scripture reading from 0:00-0:36. Moore preaches from 0:38-20:43. His topic is on pastoral grief and what constitutes a funeral. Dr. Moore preaches from the story of Lazarus from John 11. He teaches the chapel how to perform a chapel correctly as ministers.
Vernon Davison was the Chairman of the Department of Religion at Samford University. The service begins with prayer and music from 0:00-2:10. A prayer is offered from 2:29-4:04. An introduction to the speaker is given from 4:14-7:14. Dr. Davison speaks from 7:16-21:12. He preached on the story of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10. He preaches against legalism in the faith.
Thomas A. Bland was Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics (1956-1993). The service starts with scripture reading and music from 0:00-2:14. A word of prayer is offered from 2:18-4:49. Special music plays from 4:59-9:13. Dr. Bland preaches from 9:23-xx. His source text was Matthew 6:24-34. Bland shares the reality of anxiety that many people face and how we can go to God with our issues knowing that the Lord cares about us.
Hugo Culpepper was a missionary captive in the Philippines for over three years. He served in Chili after World War 2. The service begins with music from 0:00-0:51. A prayer is offered from 1:07-3:15. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:18-6:15. Special music plays from 6:20-8:21. Dr. Culpepper preaches from 8:34-1:02:41. Culpepper preaches the need for the Church to prioritize missions. Closing music is sung from 1:02:42-1:02:47.
Garland Alford Hendricks was Professor of Church-Community Development. The service begins with music from 0:00-4:22. A responsive reading takes place from 4:30-6:18. A prayer announcement and prayer takes place from 6:29-12:44. Dr. Hendricks preaches from 12:43-29:41. Hendricks gives a message on the victory of Christ that all Christians have.
Rev. James Cansler was Baptist Chaplain of the University of North Carolina. The service begins with Scripture reading from 0:00-1:40. A prayer is offered from 1:40-4:00. Music plays from 4:10-4:48. An introduction to the speaker is given from 4:55-6:12. Special music plays from 6:26-10:08. Rev. Cansler speaks from 10:23-35:11. Cansler preaches on the church, its structure, and how the organization should function. He states that the Church should care about people. A closing prayer is offered from 35:23-36:10. Music closes out the service from 36:10-36:50.
The service begins with opening remarks from 0:00-0:30. There is silent prayer from 0:31-3:30. Scripture is read from 3:30-7:03. Another moment of quiet prayer and reflection takes place from 7:04-9:52. Another portion of Scripture is read from 9:53-13:55. More quiet prayer happens from 13:56-15:52. Music plays from 15:53-19:11. A closing prayer is offered from 19:23-20:02. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.
The service begins with music from 0:00-0:22. Verses from Ezekiel 34 is read from 0:33-2:09. Music plays again from 2:14-2:46. An introduction to the speaker is given from 2:57-5:51. A special song takes place from 6:03-8:17. Dr. Smith speaks from 8:32-46:57. Smith preaches on the power of God’s love. A closing prayer and song takes place from 47:09-48:46.