Bruce E. Whitaker was president of Chowan College in Murfreesboro, NC. The service starts with an announcement on Dr. Tull’s surgery from 0:20-1:05. Luke 6:26-36 is read from 1:08-2:46. A prayer is offered from 2:48-4:22. An introduction to the speaker is given from 4:26-5:59. Dr. Whitaker speaks from 6:07-25:04. He delivers a message on being good to those who aren’t good to us.
William Randall Lolley was the 3rd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Lolley shares a few announcements from 0:00-8:00. He offers a prayer from 8:01-10:10. Lolley preaches from 10:16-27:03. His source text was Luke 23:32-34. His topic is centered on forgiveness and life that can be found in Jesus.
Robert Ernst Poerschke was Professor of Christian Education. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-2:44. An introduction to the choir singing is given from 2:47-3:07. Luke 2:8-20 is read from 3:19-5:05. A prayer is offered from 5:10-8:29. Dr. Poerschke speaks from 8:44-24:16. He asks the chapel what they are expecting for this Christmas. Music plays from 24:27-27:50.
Raymond Bryan Brown was Distinguished Professor of New Testament Interpretation. The service begins with an announcement and prayer from 0:00-2:05. Luke 23:33-43 is read from 2:18-4:42. Dr. Brown speaks from 4:59-18:46. He preaches on the story of the thief on the cross and Jesus saving him.
William Randall Lolley was the 3rd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with a responsive reading from 0:00-1:03. O Come O Come Emmanuel plays from 1:03-5:34. A prayer is offered from 5:46-6:45. Music plays from 7:12-9:12. Dr. Lolley delivers an advent sermon from 9:27-36:17. His source text was Luke 2:8-15. The service closes with music from 36:22-37:11.
Ben Sigel Johnson was Professor of Music. William Randall Lolley was the third President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The concert opens with a responsive reading from 0:00-1:06. Music plays from 1:07-4:03. A prayer of confession is given from 4:12-5:24. Special music plays from 5:52-9:43. A prayer is offered from 10:00-11:43. 2 Corinthians 5:17-19 and Luke 4:16-21 is read from 12:02-13:50. Music plays from 14:02-19:19. Dr. Lolley speaks from 19:41-45:26. He shares the importance of giving worship to God.
Ben Sigel Johnson was Professor of Music. William Randall Lolley was the third President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The concert starts with a prayer from 0:00-0:15. The hymn, “Holy Holy Holy! Lord God Almighty!” is sung from 0:15-3:30. A prayer is offered from 3:31-4:06. Special music plays from 4:28-7:17. A responsive prayer takes place from 7:27-9:23. A second prayer is offered from 9:34-11:59. Johnson shares a devotional message from 12:11-16:05. He preaches on living by the grace of God. A moment of Scripture reading takes place from 16:22-18:55. Music plays from 19:17-25:16. Dr. Lolley speaks from 25:30-48:57. His message is centered on helping our fellow neighbors.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the 2nd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics. Dr. Binkley starts the service in a word of prayer from 0:00-2:36. He leads the chapel in a responsive reading from 2:48-4:56. He preaches from 4:57-24:01. His theme was titled “Discipleship After Easter.” His source text was Luke 6.
The service begins with Dr. Moore offered some opening remarks from 0:00-2:10. A responsive reading takes place from 2:20-4:15. A prayer is offered from 4:20-5:49. Dr. Moore preaches from 5:56-26:10. His passage is Luke 10:30-37. His message is centered on being kind and unselfish like the good Samaritan.
The service begins with an opening scripture reading and music from 0:00-0:26. A prayer is offered from 0:30-1:27. A responsive reading takes place from 1:30-3:20. A message on John 1:18 is given from 3:44-9:14. A call to remember Jesus during the busy Christmas season is given from 9:24-11:44. This message was supported by Luke 2. A closing devotion is shared from 11:52-18:33. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Council.