Glenn A. Igleheart was the Director of the Department of Interfaith Witness for the Home Mission Board. The service begins with a reading from Psalm 96 (00:00-01:10). The speaker reads from Acts 10:30-43 (01:11-04:07). The speaker gives a brief word on the importance of Missionary Day, and Glenn A. Igleheart is introduced as the Missionary Day chapel speaker (04:08-07:54). The main subject of Igleheart sermon is about the changing world of religious and racial pluralism coming to the United States, and he shares stories, statistics, and opportunities of engaging people of other religious backgrounds (07:55-44:10). Igleheart ends the service with a word of prayer (44:11-44:35).
Dr. Edwin Luther Copeland was Visiting Professor of Missions at SEBTS. This chapel address was presented during the Spring 1989 Convocation. In this message, Dr. Copeland's subject was "Three Particular Areas in which the Unitive Mission of Christ Uniquely Intersects with the Intellectual Mission of Theological Education." Dr. Copeland says that Western secular culture, religious pluralism, and the inner division of Christianity are major challenges in this area.