John E. Steely was Professor of Historical Theology. The service opens in prayer from 0:00-5:45. A responsive reading takes place from 5:46-7:20. A prayer is read from the Book of Public Prayers from 7:29-13:09. Dr. Steely speaks from 13:19-27:44.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. This service was dedicated to prayer. An order of events to the service is given from 0:20-2:58. The first prayer is given from 3:05-4:32. A second prayer is given from 4:37-6:00. A third prayer is offered from 6:11-8:08. A responsive reading occurs from 8:15-10:28. Dr. Scoggin speaks on the cross of Christ from 10:39-13:12. A closing prayer is offered from 13:20-14:32. Part of the message repeats itself from 14:35-20:37.
The service begins with an opening scripture reading and a responsive reading from 0:29-5:52. A prayer is offered from 6:05-11:12. A prayer for peace within the Church is given from 11:24-16:26. A prayer for peace in the world is offered from 6:34-20:19. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.
The service begins with an opening reading of scripture from 0:00-0:18. A responsive reading takes place from 0:38-3:46. A call to a prayer of thanksgiving is given from 3:54-4:41. Those in chapel pray from 4:42-6:21. A prayer of supplication is given from 6:38-8:41. A closing prayer is offered from 8:45-12:34.
Nicolas Zernov was a visiting professor from Duke Divinity School in Durham, NC. The service begins with the opening reading of scripture from 0:00-0:40. A prayer is offered from 0:45-3:44. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:47-6:32. Dr. Zernov speaks from 6:44-21:21. His sermon is on the topic of the state of the eastern church and prayer.
Julian S. Hopkins was a representative from the Department of Evangelism of the Home Mission Board (now known as the North American Mission Board). The service begins with an opening scripture reading and music from 0:00-1:06. A prayer is offered from 1:08-3:00. A responsive reading takes place from 3:16-3:44. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:49-6:07. Dr. Hopkins speaks from 6:09-26:13. His source text was Luke 11:9-10. He states that “you can’t lose when you pray.” His message was on the importance of prayer as a tool for evangelism.
John Edward Steely was Professor of Historical Theology. He leads a prayer service. The chapel begins with prayer and music from 0:00-1:46. Another prayer is offered from 1:59-8:07. A prayer of intercession occurs from 8:37-12:36. Music plays from 12:47-15:18. A closing prayer is offered from 15:30-16:16.
Robert Ernst Poerschke served as a marine chaplain in Okinawa and continued to serve as Associate Professor of Religious Education at SEBTS. In this service, Poerschke leads the service in silent meditation and prayer.