Edwin Dozier was a life-long missionary to Japan. The service begins with special music from 0:16-4:08. There is a prayer from 4:09-6:26. The chapel sings the hymn, “Oh Zion Haste” from 6:28-11:12. Dr. Copeland is introduced from 11:18-11:42. Dr. Copeland introduces Rev. Dozier from 11:48-14:32. Dr. Dozier speaks from 14:40-29:31. Dozier shares the hope for Japan's spiritual state and the missionary work in Japan. Dozier cites Philippians 1:21 for his message.
James Sistrunk was the Associate Librarian. The service begins with a hymn from 0:00-1:42. Dr. Sistrunk preaches a message entitled, "Christian Living." His source texts were Philippians 1:22 and Ephesians 5:9. Sistrunk states that Christians should live in such a way that shows they are a follower of Christ. He challenges the students to live in such a way to show others the way of God. Sistrunk speaks from 1:49-11:52. The service closes by singing the hymn "Let Others See Jesus in You" form 11:57-14:06.
Sydnor Lorenzo Stealey was the first president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He begins the service with an overview of the order of events of the chapel from 0:00-2:01. Dr. Strickland prays from 2:04-5:16. President Stealey mentions his hopes that the student aid endowment would grow and shares what his future looks like as he prepares to leave the seminary and officially retire. Dr. Stealey reads Ephesians 3:15-19 and Colossians 1:27. Stealey shares that he hopes to be remembered as a man who strived to lead the seminary to the reality of having Christ dwell in them. Dr. Stealey speaks from 5:24-27:24. This was Dr. Stealey's final message as an official of SEBTS. and A snippet of April 24, 1963's service by the Student Coordinating Council led by professor Edwin Richmond York plays from 27:25-41:07.
Pope Alexander Duncan was Professor of Church History. The service opens up with a prayer from 0:17-4:22. The chapel performs a song from 4:42-8:18. Dr. Duncan preaches out of Philippians 1:12-20. He speaks from 8:27-24:15. Dr. Duncan asks the students how well they are revealing Christ to those around them and if they are honoring Christ. Duncan notes that Paul was so joyful to live for Christ and encourages the students to have the same mindset.