Warren T. Carr was the pastor of Watts St. Baptist Church in Durham, NC and pastor of Wake Forest Baptist Church from 1964-1985. Rev. Carr speaks from 4:22-21:34. Carr preaches on the importance of recognizing miracles in our lives. He reminds students that the power to pray is a miracle and that they serve a God who gave us Jesus, which is a miracle.
Warren T. Carr was the pastor of Watts Street Baptist Church. The service begins with announcements and an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-1:09. Rev. Carr speaks from 1:24-21:45. Carr preaches about Christian love and the idea of agape love. He states that to be cut off from Jesus means that our conduct should be trashed.
Dale O. Steele was a student at SEBTS. This service begins with a scripture reading and music from 0:00-1:08. There is a prayer from 1:12-2:09. A hymn is sung from 2:12-4:11. A responsive reading is read from 4:13-6:14. Mr. Steele preaches from 6:15-20:15. Steele shares how God has given us a quality of life for the present and the future. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.
Raymond Bryan Brown was Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Academic Dean. An opening word of prayer is offered from 0:00-3:35. Music plays from 3:36-4:04. Dr. Brown speaks from 4:05-19:52. Brown encourages the students to let the fire of their hearts burn continually for God.
Robert G. Bratcher was from the American Bible Society. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-2:55. Dr. Bratcher speaks from 3:08-46:52. He delivers a message on the role of missions across the globe.
James Winslow was a local pastor and graduate of SEBTS. Exodus 3:1-12 is read from 0:30-4:17. James Winslow speaks from 4:30-15:24. He admonishes the chapel to be a “Moses”. A closing prayer is offered from 15:25-15:49. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.
Robert Culpepper was a missionary to Japan. The service begins with an announcement on the prayer calendar for missionaries from 0:00-1:10. 2 Corinthians 5:14-6:2 is read from 1:14-3:52. A prayer is offered from 3:53-5:33. An introduction to the speaker is given from 5:41-8:18. Dr. Culpepper speaks from 8:30-51:44. Culpepper shares how the power of the gospel has been powerful on the mission field.
The service begins with opening remarks from 0:00-2:20. A prayer is offered from 2:22-4:01. An announcement and a responsive reading takes place from 4:02-6:26. A second prayer is offered from 6:27-7:14.