Dr. Fred W. Sandusky was Special Instructor in Religious Education at SEBTS. He worked for SEBTS for 30 years. In this audio recording Dr. Sandusky preaches on the importance of discovering your individual "self" and trying to find out who one really is. He preaches from Matthew 16:24-25 and talks about how understanding our identity is more clear and better when God is in the picture.
Chevis F. Horne was Visiting Professor of Preaching. The scripture reading was from Matthew 25:31-46. The subject of the message was "Surprised by Judgment," and it focused on the scripture that was read as well as the implications of salvation on the life of the believer, particularly in the area of providing for the needy.
Dr. William H. Willimon was Minister to the University and Professor of the Practice of the Christian Ministry at Duke University in Durham, NC. The scripture reading is from Matthew 3:13-15. The theme of his message is "Christians are made, not born." The message focuses on the subject of baptism and its implications on the daily life of a Christian, especially as seen in Romans 6.
Dr. Donna M. Forrester was the Chaplain of SEBTS. The scripture reading was from John 1:1-18 and Matthew 1:18-25. In this message, Dr. Forrester explores the signs of God being with us, truth, love, and peace. This is connected to the scripture reading through Jesus being called Immanuel, "God with us." She also briefly explores learning perseverance through the example of African American slaves.
Willie Roberts, SEBTS student, gave this chapel address as part of a Student Coordinating Council Chapel. The service began with some opening scripture reading of Psalm 23 and John 4:31-36. Willie Roberts begins his prayer at 5:25 and immediately goes into his sermon afterwards. He speaks from 5:25-18:19. The title of his sermon was "Let Us Go Forward, Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ." Roberts speaks on how Christians must never stay still but instead should constantly press forward in the faith, recognizing that Jesus is always with us.