Craven Williams was from Garner-Webb College. The service opens with prayer from 0:00-0:30. An introduction to the speaker is given from 0:53-3:06. A responsive reading takes place from 3:08-4:15. Dr. Williams speaks from 4:33-20:33. His source text was Luke 15:17. Williams encourages the chapel to practice self-encouragement.
Charles E. Brown, Jr. was a major general and Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army. The service begins with Dr. Binkley welcoming all those who were in attendance for the Chaplain’s Conference from 0:00-2:36. Dr. Cummins leads the reading of scripture (Luke 15:8-10) and offers a prayer from 2:38-6:13. Rev. Brown speaks from 6:29-38:42. Brown preaches on virtues that Christians should exemplify. Closing remarks are given and a prayer is offered from 38:43-40:45.
James H. Blackmore was Director of Public Relations. The service begins with music from 0:00-3:43. A prayer is offered from 3:45-4:48. “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty” plays from 4:51-8:29. A responsive reading is done from 8:54-9:40. Various verses from Isaiah 40, Luke 15, and John 10 are read from 9:45-12:32. Music plays from 12:33-12:50. A prayer is offered from 12:51-16:57. Dr. Blackmore preaches from 7:04-34:41. He encourages the students to rest in God.
Theron Douglas Price was the Chairman of the Department of Religion at Furman University. The service begins with the Scripture reading of Price's sermon and a prayer from 0:17-6:10. The scripture passage was Luke 15:1-2,11-24. Dr. Price is given an introduction from 6:15-7:47. Price preaches on how God is our guide and our father. He encourages the students to share the forgiveness of God with others. Dr. Price preaches from 7:56-25:29.