[Church Administration and Sermon by Rev. Samuel M. Schumacher]


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Instructor gives a lecture on church administration. Rev. Samuel M. Schumacher gives a sermon titled “Danger Ahead Unless” on the Episcopal hour (Episcopal Radio Foundation of Atlanta).

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00:00:06 Unidentified man thanks class for looking out for him.

00:01:40 Talks about the aims of the church. The first aim is to glorify and worship God.

00:25:34 Talks about not being sufficiently rooted and grounded in the faith.

00:29:12 Talks about church administration.

00:39:22 Talks about church administration and simplifying of structure and principle functions of the church. Also talks about spiritual efficiency.

00:44:46 Choir sings.

00:45:58 Voice welcomes audience to the Episcopal hour (Episcopal Radio Foundation of Atlanta) and introduces speaker Rev. Samuel M. Schumacher of Calvary Church in Pittsburg. His subject is “Danger Ahead Unless.”

00:46:41 Rev. Schumacher reads lesson from St. Matthew 6:19.

00:52:47 Unidentified man talks about 5-6 basic things that the church does.

01:02:33 Talks about architectural features and conception of the ministry.

01:08:10 Unidentified man talks about sin and mercy in prayer.

01:08:50 Choir sings.

01:11:35 Talks about passing through a period in the life of the world that calls for a most serious heart searching.

01:22:38 Talks about a rich minority in a poor world.

01:25:31 Choir sings.

01:28:34 Benediction.

01:28:54 Choir sings.


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