George Darnell was part of the Off-Campus Ministry Committee at SEBTS. The service starts with a reading of Ephesians 4:11-16 from 0:00-2:00. An offer to join an off-campus ministry is given from 2:06-5:54. A prayer is offered from 5:55-6:41. Mrs. Grush is introduced from 6:47-7:15. She was part of the Tutoring Ministry. Grush speaks from 7:20-10:38. A representative from the Partner’s Ministry program speaks from 10:47-14:20. A representative from a ministry known as FOCUS speaks from 14:27-17:12. A representative from the Rest Home ministry speaks from 17:19-18:22. George Darnell, from the Famine Relief Committee, speaks from 18:30-21:12. Music plays from 21:18-24:19. Darnell closes the service from 24:25-27:10.
Charles Sanks was a pastor from Martinsville, VA. The service begins with a word of prayer from 0:00-1:56. An announcement is shared from 2:07-2:21. An introduction to the speaker is given from 2:25-4:29. Rev. Sanks speaks from 4:37-24:27. His source text was based out of Ephesians 4.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the 2nd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics.Dr. Binkley opens the service with announcements and prayer from 0:00-2:27. He leads a responsive reading from 2:33-4:24. Ephesians 4:25-32 is read from 4:25-6:16. Binkley preaches from 6:19-23:40. Dr. Binkley’s message was centered on how Jesus Christ teaches us to truly forgive.
Roger Crook was the professor of Religion at Meredith College. The service starts with an opening scripture reading and prayer from 0:00-2:52. The speaker is introduced from 2:53-4:11. Crook speaks from 4:24-22:26. His source text was Ephesians 4:1-13. He encourages the students to see the necessity of the church and the willingness to serve the church.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the 2nd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics. The service starts with Dr. Binkley opening the service in prayer from 0:00-2:21.Dr. Binkley leads a responsive reading titled “God’s Goodness” from 2:32-4:32. Binkley preaches from 4:41-25:55. His source text is Ephesians 4:25.
Thomas J. Youngblood was the pastor of Hillyer Memorial Christian Church in Raleigh. The service begins with a word of prayer and an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-2:16. Rev. Youngblood speaks from 2:27-25:45. His source text is Ephesians 4:11-16. Youngblood exhorts the student body to pursue the career of a pastor in the local church.
Samuel Hill was the Chairman of the Department of Religion at the University of Carolina Chapel Hill. The service begins with a short story and prayer from 0:00-1:40. An introduction is given from 1:41-4:58. Dr. Hill speaks from 8:09-27:48. His source text was Ephesians 4:4-6, 11-16. Hill preached on the Christian minister and how effectively they should serve their community.
Dr. Taylor was a professor at Carson Newman College. The service begins with a reading and prayer from 0:00-3:12. Music plays from 3:15-3:56. An introduction is given from 4:06-5:16. Dr. Taylor preaches from 5:18-21:35. His source text is Ephesians 4:13. Taylor’s topic was on spiritual maturity. He notes that the best way to enjoy God is to glorify God.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the 2nd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with Dr. Binkley reading a passage of scripture and music from 0:00-2:20. Binkley leads the service in a responsive reading from 2:50-4:40. He prays from 4:46-6:07. Music plays from 6:11-9:24. Dr. Binkley speaks from 9:40-22:30. Binkley began his message by sharing the news of the two professors who offered their resignation to the seminary previously. His source text was Ephesians 4:11-12. His topic was “Ministers are Servants of God.”
Marc H. Lovelace was Professor of Archaeology (1951-1968). The service begins with Dr. Lovelace provides a word of prayer from 0:00-2:18. The chapel sings the hymn, “The King of Love My Shepherd Is” from 2:24-3:00. A prayer is offered from Lovelace from 3:00-6:09. A second hymn, “Immortal Love Forever Full” is sung from 6:10-6:43. Dr. Lovelace reads John 13:34-35, Ephesians 4:32, and prays from 6:48-12:23. A third hymn, “O God We Pray For All Mankind” is sung from 12:30-15:35. Dr. Lovelace leads the service in a responsive reading on Christian fellowship and prayer from 15:40-20:21. The service closes with the hymn, “So Let Our Lives and Lips Express.” from 20:25-23:44. Dr. Lovelace offers one final prayer from 23:47-23:59.