Glendon McCullough was Personnel Secretary of the Home Mission Board. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-1:08. Rev. McCullough speaks from 1:17-19:57. His source text was John 9:39-41. He preaches on seeing God for who He is and preaching the gospel to a world that is under judgement.
Max Gray Rogers was Assistant Professor of Old Testament. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-2:07. Dr. Rogers speaks from 2:20-19:09. He preaches on the importance of solitude and developing one’s self identity.
George H. Shriver, Jr. was Assistant Professor of Church History. The service begins with a scripture reading and prayer from 0:00-2:02. Dr. Shriver speaks from 2:09-20:49. He preaches on Jesus and his Spirit-led journey to the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. He encourages the students that hard times will come but it is all ordained by God and He has chosen them as His children.
Albert L. Meiburg was from the Department of Pastoral Care at Baptist Hospital. The service starts with a scripture reading and introduction to the speaker from 0:20-1:13. Meiburg speaks from 1:19-14:10. He preached on the importance of hospital chaplains and the work that they do for the gospel.
James Dudley Sistrunk was Associate Librarian. The service opens with prayer from 0:17-1:39. A special song is sung from 1:45-4:45. Dr. Sistrunk reads Matthew 6:5-16 from 4:52-6:15. Sistrunk preaches on the concept of prayer from 6:19-9:35. He teaches the chapel the wonder of being able to pray to God.
Monroe M. Ashley was the pastor of Forestville Baptist Church. The service opens with a scripture reading from 0:18-0:31. A prayer is offered from 0:37-2:42. An announcement for the Elections Committee is given from 2:49-3:27. Philippians 2:5-11 is read from 3:29-4:28. Rev. Ashley preaches from 4:31-18:32. Ashley preaches on the importance and value of bearing the name of Christ as daily believers.
Frank K. Means was Secretary for Latin America of the Foreign Mission Board. The service begins with a scripture reading and prayer from 0:15-4:30. An introduction to the speaker is given from 4:35-6:53. Rev. Means speaks from 7:05-47:39. His source texts were Psalm 2 and John 12. Means shares stories of his mission work and encourages the students to consider what it means to truly follow Jesus and evangelize to foreign regions.
Sydnor Lorenzo Stealey was the 1st president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Stealey opens the service with a scripture reading from 0:00-0:48. He prays from 0:53-5:27. Stealey preaches from 5:35-22:28. His message is on the importance of the conviction to preach the gospel to all those who are perishing.
Sydnor Lorenzo Stealey was the 1st president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-3:24. Dr. Stealey speaks from 3:29-16:43. He talks about the signing of the Articles and bylaws of Southeastern Seminary. He reads the articles to the entire chapel. The articles come directly from Southern Seminary’s bylaws from 1859. Closing music plays from 16:44-17:12.
John Edward Steely was Associate Professor of Historical Theology. The service opens with a spoken word and a prayer from 0:00-0:35. A prayer is offered from 0:38-5:33. An announcement about an upcoming lecture is given from 5:43-6:35. Dr. Steely preaches from 6:42-15:07. His message is centered on trusting the character and faithfulness of God. We are to trust God and live in confidence of who the Lord is.