Almonte Charles Howell was from the University of North Carolina. Music plays from 0:46-2:05. Dr. Binkley shares a few announcements from 2:12-2:51. He offers a prayer from 2:52-5:00. Music plays from 5:06-8:00. Dr. Binkley introduces the speaker from 8:08-9:25. Dr. Howell speaks from 9:30-35:51. Dr. Howell shares the stories of the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son and gleans wisdom to exhort to the chapel.
Warren W. Ost was director of a Christian Ministry in the National Parks, Division of Home Missions, National Council of Churches, New York, NY. Music plays from 0:15-0:54. A time of silent prayer and invocation takes place from 1:06-3:17. The chapel performs a responsive reading from 3:22-5:54. An introduction to the speaker is given 6:08-8:38. Ost speaks from 8:45-26:13. His sermon is about ministering the gospel during the “leisure revolution.” He encourages the church to deal with the Christian doctrine of leisure.
The service begins with music from 0:17-0:55. A scripture reading from Romans 12 takes place from 1:09-4:09. A prayer is offered from 4:18-5:30. The Chairman of the Student Council shares what the purpose of the council is from 5:39-10:40. Music plays from 10:46-15:24. The chapel recognizes the incoming student council leaders from 15:40-27:20. The chapel sings “Blest Be the Tie That Binds” from 27:21-27:57. The service closes in prayer from 28:04-28:56. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.
William Randall Lolley was the third President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Dr. Lolley opens the service with a reading of Matthew 7:24-27 from 0:00-1:00. He prays from 1:05-3:24. Dr. Lolley preaches from 3:30-22:28. He preaches on the role of the Church in society and how the Church is given a mandate to forgive others.
Albert L. Meiburg was Dean of the Faculty. The service starts with prayer from 0:00-0:38. Genesis 27:30-38 is read from 0:40-3:00. Dr. Meiburg speaks from 3:03-19:59. His sermon is titled “The Need to Bless.” The service closes with music from 20:00-20:32.