Charles Livingstone Allen was pastor of First United Methodist Church in Houston, TX. The service begins with a welcome and responsive reading from 0:00-1:52. A prayer is offered from 1:53-3:56. Dr. Lolley introduces the speaker from 4:01-8:58. Rev. Allen speaks from 9:01-41:34. He preaches on Matthean missiology.
Timothy Pennell was a medical doctor in Winston-Salem, NC. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-0:35. A portion of The Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach is read from 0:40-1:21. An introduction to the speaker is given from 1:22-3:08. Dr. Pennell speaks from 3:15-33:45. He preaches on the importance of missions and medical care on the mission field. The service closes with prayer and music from 33:47-35:09.
Jerry Niswonger was Assistant to the President: Student Development. The service opens with a scripture reading from 0:00-0:35. A prayer is offered from 0:36-1:38. Music plays from 1:50-3:44. Dr. Niswonger speaks from 3:59-15:31. His source text was John 1:35-42. His message was titled, “Introductions Are in Order.” He preaches the story of Andrew and the task of sharing Jesus with others. The service closes with music from 15:42-20:03.
Albert McClellan was the Programming Planner Secretary for the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. The service starts with a word of prayer from 0:00-1:37. An introduction to the speaker is given from 1:40-3:43. Dr. McClellan speaks from 3:47-38:26. He addresses the role everyone has to play in fulfilling missions. A closing prayer is offered from 38:35-39:33.
Barrington R. White was a tutor in Church History at Regent's Park College in Oxford, England. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-2:26. White’s message was centered on Particular Baptists’ mission methods. Dr. White speaks from 2:34-49:29. The theme for the lecture series is titled “Particular Baptist Foundations 1638-1660.” This lecture is part 4 of a 4 part series.
English B. Jones was president of Pembroke State College. Dr. Binkley opens the service with a word of prayer from 0:00-1:57. A prayer for Home Mission Board missionaries is offered from 2:06-6:04. Dr. Binkley introduces the speaker from 6:17-9:08. Dr. Jones speaks from 9:18-33:50. Jones preaches on the essentiality of missions to the gospel. Binkley closes the service in prayer from 34:11-34:56.
Walker L. Knight was Editor of Home Missions Magazine in Atlanta, GA. Knight preaches on the importance of spreading the gospel on missions. He encourages the chapel to share the gospel and always be willing to give a defense to the gospel. Knight reminds them that they are all called to this commitment.
Robert G. Bratcher was from the American Bible Society. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-2:55. Dr. Bratcher speaks from 3:08-46:52. He delivers a message on the role of missions across the globe.
Rev. Doda was a student at Southeastern. He, specifically, was the 6th African student to attend the seminary. The service begins with an introduction to the speaker from 0:00-7:09. Doda speaks from 7:14-27:34. He preaches on the importance of missions and evangelism.