Fall chapel speakers announced
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced its lineup of chapel speakers for the fall semester. It includes the recently-elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention, a former child actor-turned evangelist, evangelical leaders with ministries that span the globe from Korea to Romania, and leading scholars and preachers from all over the United States.
“We are excited about the quality of chapel speakers this semester,” Thomas White, interim vice president of student services, said. “It is our prayer that not only will the seminary community be blessed and enriched by these speakers, but that people in the Fort Worth-Dallas community will also come and hear some of them and be richer for it.”
The chapel speakers are as follows:
Aug. 24: Dr. Paige Patterson, President of Southwestern Seminary.
Aug. 29: Rev. W. Dwight McKissic, Senior Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church, Arlington, Texas.
Aug. 30: Dr. Mark Howell, Pastor at Houston Northwest Church, Houston, Texas.
Aug. 31: Dr. Donald Sunukjian, professor of Christian ministry, leadership and homiletics, Biola University, Calif.
Sept. 5: J. Shelby Sharpe, Esq., Attorney, Fort Worth, Texas.
Sept. 6: Dr. Forrest Pollock, pastor at Bell Shoals Baptist Church, Brandon, Fla.
Sept. 7: Dr. Junior Hill, evangelist, Hartselle, Ala.
Sept. 12: Dr. Mitch Glaser, Chosen People Ministries, Fort Worth, Texas.
Sept. 13: Dr. Ralph Smith, former pastor of Hyde Park Baptist Church, Austin, Texas.
Sept. 14: Dr. Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention and pastor of First Baptist Church, Taylor, S.C.
Sept. 19: Dr. John Morgan, pastor of Sagemont Baptist Church, Houston, Texas.
Sept. 20: Mr. Kirk Cameron, actor and evangelist, Way of the Master, Calif.
Sept. 21: Dr. Siegfried Schatzmann, professor of New Testament at Southwestern.
Sept. 26: Mr. Jay Howell, assistant professor of philosophy at Southwestern.
Sept. 27: Rev. Butch Ikels, pastor, The Country Church, Marion, Texas.
Sept. 28: Dr. Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, N.C.
Oct. 3: Dr. Steve Branson, pastor of Village Parkway Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas.
Oct. 4: Dr. Tim Piland, pastor of Nansemond River Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va.
Oct. 5: Rev. Robert Welch, pastor, Parkhills Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas.
Oct. 10: Dr. Billy Kim, president of Far East Broadcasting Company, Korea.
Oct. 11: Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, Israel Today Ministries, Corpus Christi, Texas.
Oct. 12: Dr. David Mills, associate professor of evangelism at Southwestern.
Oct. 17: Dr. Paige Patterson
Oct. 18: Dr. Bobby Holt, Southwestern trustee, and pastor of Vista Grande Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Oct. 19: Dr. William A. Dembski, research professor of philosophy at Southwestern.
Oct. 24: Dr. D.L. Lowrie, retired pastor of First Baptist Church, Lubbock, Texas.
Oct. 25: Dr. David Fannin, senior pastor of Nassau Bay Baptist Church, Houston.
Oct. 26: Dr. Thomas White, interim vice president for student services at Southwestern.
Oct. 31: Dr. Craig Blaising, vice president and provost at Southwestern.
Nov. 1: Dr. Jim Richards, executive director for Southern Baptists of Texas Convention.
Nov. 2: Dr. Wayne Barber, pastor of Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque, N.M.
Nov. 7: Rev. Lelious Johnson, pastor of St. Paul Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas.
Nov. 8: Dr. Paul Wolfe, assistant dean for Biblical Studies at Southwestern.
Nov. 9: Dr. Dan Nelson, Southwestern trustee, and pastor of First Baptist Church, Camarillo, Calif.
Nov. 14: Dr. Deron Biles, dean of extension education at Southwestern.
Nov. 15: Pastor Ridley Barron, pastor of Ridgeview Community Church, Franklin, Tenn.
Nov. 16: Dr. Paul Negrut, president of Emmanuel University in Oradea, Romania.
Nov. 28: Dr. Samuel Thomas, president of Hopegivers, Columbus, Ga.
Nov. 29: Dr. Bob Pearle, senior pastor of Birchman Baptist Church, Fort Worth.
Nov. 30: Dr. Johnny Hunt, pastor of First Baptist Church, Woodstock, Ga.
Dec. 5: Dr. John Mark Yeats, assistant professor of church history at Southwestern.
Dec. 6: King Herod, of Jerusalem.
Chapel services are held in Truett Auditorium on the campus of Southwestern Seminary at 10:50 a.m. for one hour every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the fall and spring semesters.