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Rev. Keith Price - November 6

Audio 111a consists of the following recording:
Title: Rev. Keith Price – “Evangelical Fellowship of Canada”
Reverend. Keith Price, of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), iillustrates the importance of ‘numbering one’s days’ through sharing interesting personal stories. He asks those present to consider, “what does it mean to apply one’s heart to wisdom?” He discusses his personal journey to faith and discusses how to live a Christian life. He argues that we must value the days God has granted us by living them for his glory.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
[In the late 1960s, Keith Price became the founder of Christian Direction, an organization he lead until his retirement in 1983. Later, he served as Minister at Large for the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.In 1990 he was awarded an honorary doctorate by TWU. A memorial service for Keith Price.was held on February 2, 2001 at Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church Victoria, BC.]

Chapel Service: Mr. Underhill - October 26; Tom Bulick (Student Life) - October 29;

Audio 9a consists of the following recording:
Title: Mr. Underhill – The First Commission
Speaking at Chapel, Mr. Underhill advocates that no matter a student’s chosen profession, the first commission of God is to make His world work. Mr. Underhill references several biblical passages: Acts 18, Genesis 1, Mathew 28:18, Acts 8, 1 Peter 2:9, and the majority of Acts. He argues that the duty of everyone in the service of the Lord is to make the world work and to spread the Word of God. Mr. Underhill notes that many Biblical figures moved from place to place and worked at professions that were secular in nature. He feels that people are made in the image of the Lord and have two duties: to make the world work and to fill it. Mr. Underhill illustrates his points with readings from the New Testament. He then relates a personal story where an associate discovered that Jesus Christ is working through everyone constantly. Finally, he concludes by leading the students in prayer.
Audio 9b consists of the following recording:
Title: Tom Bulick – Community Standards
Tom Bulick addresses the rationale behind TWU's community standards while speaking at Chapel. He explains that community standards have three purposes: to promote a sense of community, to provide context for positive peer influence, and to establish an orderly community. Mr. Bulick then defends the following three areas of the community standards in terms of biblical and practical reasons: the use of tobacco, the use of alcohol, and social dancing. He illustrates his points using personal stories. Finally he leads the group in prayer.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Music: BC Sonlight "The Narrow Way"

Audio 206a consists of the following recording:
Title: Trinity music ensemble – “B.C. Sonlight -The Narrow Way”
This recording contains several contemporary Christian songs performed by a mixed octet comprised of unidentified Trinity students. They are accompanied by a piano and various other instruments, such as a guitar and tambourine.
Audio 206b consists of the following recording:
Title: Trinity music ensemble – “B.C. Sonlight - The Narrow Way”
This recording contains several contemporary Christian songs performed by a mixed octet comprised of unidentified Trinity students. They are accompanied by a piano and various other instruments, such as a guitar and tambourine.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Chapel: Dr. Don Page (TWU Administrator) - October 15 - 17 / Chapel: Dr. Bruce Nicholls - October 21

Audio 102a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Don Page – “Leadership and Integrity”
Dr. Don Page, Academic Vice President, speaks at Chapel on the topic of leadership. He asks the question, “Where are the leaders of integrity in the future going to come from?” He asserts the importance of having a program that develops leadership in the marketplace. He argues that leaders are not born, but developed. He discusses various ways people can come into positions of leadership without learning how to be leaders. Leaders require training, vision, and enthusiasm. He argues that Christian leaders care more about the well-being of the people beneath them than about self-promotion. He provides four guidelines for servant leadership and leads the group in prayer. At [21:00] the chapel service from the following day begins. Page recaps the previous lecture. This section focuses on the importance of integrity in leadership. He lists three traits given in Exodus 18 to find leaders: the fear of God, trustworthiness, and hatred of dishonest gain. He defines integrity as wholeness and completeness before God. He discusses the ethical question of academic cheating. He discusses the difficulty of the secular world. He uses Daniel as an example of how to deal with secular people and remain true to the will of God. He illustrates his points with several personal stories. Finally, he leads the people in prayer.
Audio 102b consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Don Page – “Leadership and Integrity”
Dr. Don Page speaks at Chapel on the issue of integrity. He illustrates the struggle to act in an ethical manner with personal stories from his own life. He discusses the effects of ethical standards on long-term success. He also uses several examples of companies acting in an ethical and unethical manner. He uses the examples of Samuel and Saul. He discusses the impact of the integrity of the students on the reputation of the University and the power and influence of the students. At [23:22] a different chapel service begins. President Snider introduces Dr. Bruce Nicholls, currently serving as a missionary in India. Nicholls discusses the call he and his wife have felt to missions. He argues that the whole church needs to spread the whole gospel to the whole world. He illustrates the importance of this through personal stories of his missions work. He believes the church is God’s agent for change in the world. He discusses Acts 1:8. The recording cuts out in the middle of a sentence.
[The Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) (formerly World Evangelical Fellowship, WEF) was established in 1974 with Reverend Bruce J. Nicholls as director; he served in this role until 1986. Nicholls was a career missionary in India working in theological education and pastoral ministry with the Church of North India. He was also editor of the Evangelical Review of Theology for eighteen years, and later editor of the Asia Bible Commentary series.]
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Tulsa Christian Crusade: Robert N. Thompson

Digitized sound file not attached, due to copyright restrictions
Audio 262a consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert N. Thompson – “Christian Friends of the Christian Crusade”
Bob Thompson is introduced by Dr. Hargis [founder of the Christian Crusade movement] at a convention in Tulsa. He discusses his family and American roots. He shares several personal anecdotes and lessons learned through his life experience. He focuses on Canadian and American relations, including the establishment of the 49th parallel, the ease of border crossing and draft dodging. He discusses the importance of Christians being involved in government. He reinforces the point that morality is needed within the law. He discusses the perils of communism and the importance of being aware of world politics, including the invasion of Tibet.
Audio 262b consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert N. Thompson – “Christian Friends of the Christian Crusade”
This is a continuation of Thompson’s lecture on Aud. 262a. He continues his discussion on the political situation in Tibet. He explores the consequences of communism at length. He asserts the danger of neutrality. He interprets the call of Christ as “to go out and preach and live”. He implores those present to become active in their faith. He states that there is no neutrality with Jesus Christ.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Dr. Jerry Chip MacGregor (TWU Administrator?) - November 14 / Dave Walker (Christian Business and Professional Association) - November 7

Audio 74a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dave Walker – “Workplace Stress”
Dave Walker, representing the Christian Business and Professional Association (Vancouver), speaks about the changes in the world, including the changing workplace. He discusses the white-collar recession and asks the students to think about how they’re going to handle the pressures of time, performance expectations, and desire for material things. He suggests that an exciting, dynamic spiritual life is the remedy for workplace stress, and calls on three other CBPA members (Ellie Suderman, lawyer Warren Covell and Don Reddig (?)) to address the students.
Audio 74b consists of the following recording:
Title: Chip MacGregor – “Christians and Social Issues”
MacGregor discusses the complex relationship between Christians and social issues. He illustrates this point by discussing the Vietnam War. He then focuses on abortion as a moral issue. He argues that abortion cheapens life and will cheapen life on all levels. He argues that Christians treat abortion as an intellectual issue and need to be active in making a difference. He then leads the group in prayer. [MacGregor served as Associate Vice President of Student Life at TWU in the early 1990s. He has also been a pastor, author, and literary agent.]
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Funeral Service: Robert N. Thompson (RNT), Tape 1 of 2 - November 22

Audio 287a consists of the following recording:
Title: “Robert Thompson Funeral”
The recording begins with organ music performed by David Rushton (Faculty member). The music continues until [12:45]. Pastor Jamey McDonald (note: name is sometimes misspelled Jamie MacDonald) of the Fort Langley Evangelical Free Church, welcomes those in attendance and discusses the impact Dr. Thompson had on Canada, the community, and those around him. At [16:37] President Neil Snider is invited to speak. At [20:18] a hymn is sung. At [25:05] the hymn concludes and Pastor McDonald continues the service. At [26:39] Dr. Don Page (Academic Vice President) is invited to give the eulogy. Dr. Page concludes at [41:48]. Howard Thompson, brother to Bob, is invited to speak, on behalf of the family. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 287b consists of the following recording:
Title: Title: “Robert Thompson Funeral”
This is a continuation of Aud. 287a. Aklilu Mulat speaks on behalf of the Ethiopian community. At [6:45] Dr. Arnell Motz, with SIM, speaks on Thompson’s work with the Social Credit Party and on his ministry in Ethiopia with SIM. He concludes at [19:55]. Jamey McDonald speaks again; he leads the group in prayer. An unidentified man [George Foster, according to the order of service] reads from Revelations 21, 22:1-5 &14, 7:9-17. At [27:07] there is organ music and a woman [Alice Warkentin] sings. The music continues until the end of the recording. Continued on Aud. 288a.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

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