Student sermons by Savern Witherspoon, circa 1969

Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Student sermons by Savern Witherspoon, circa 1969
Witherspoon, Savern
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African Americans--Religion
Theology--Study and teaching
Theological seminaries
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Interdenominational Theological Center student Savern Witherspoon delivers sermons titled Stepping Stones for Productive Living, Procedures for Developing Our Gifts, and Roadmap to understanding Parenting based on Galatians, Colossians and Ephesians.
00:00:05 Audio begins with discussion about concepts of Judaizing teachers., 00:00:53 Introduces Galatians 6:7-10., 00:01:51 Introduces sermon: Stepping Stones for Productive Living., 00:05:00 Talks about the inability to understand relationship between profession and Christian faith., 00:12:51 Talks about the first idea to consider seriously is understanding that profession and Christian commitments are not separate entities., 00:18:47 Audio cuts off., 00:19:43 Audio returns with singing., 00:20:16 Introduces Colossians 3:12-21., 00:23:45 Introduces sermon: Roadmap to understanding Parenting., 00:28:47 Talks about not crippling children and gives three ideas for understanding parenthood., 00:40:03 Talks about prime example of allowing God to guide offspring., 00:45:34 Sermon ends., 00:46:23 Prayer., 00:46:55 Introduces Ephesians 4:8-16., 00:49:38 Introduces sermon: Procedures for Developing Our Gifts., 00:54:37 Talks about talks about three procedures to see clearly between profession and Christian commitments., 01:00:38 Gives example of Johnson publishing company and Dr. Young., 01:06:08 Talks about why to decide to apply already learned principles to the things of God., 01:09:11 Audio ends.
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