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College Lectures-The Minister As An Executive Revised, Charles C. Chapman Oct 2014

College Lectures-The Minister As An Executive Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of a speech with the same name. In it Chapman compares the organization of a church to that of a business, and therefore admonishes ministers to act as executives and to utilize similar techniques to organize and maintain their church. He urges ministers to allow members to assume as many leadership roles as possible and to always adapt his methods to the unique qualities of his particular congregation.


College Lectures-The Pastor Revised, Charles C. Chapman Oct 2014

College Lectures-The Pastor Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of a speech with the same name. In it Chapman uses the metaphor of a shepherd and his flock to describe the ideal relationship between a minister and his congregation. He says that pastors must be active in managing their flock and be willing to go out of their way to save a "lost sheep". A minister should also call on his members at home and make a great effort to have a personal connection to each and every one.


College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community, Charles C. Chapman Oct 2014

College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A speech in which Chapman reminds ministers that they are a vital member of their community and should strive to be an active part of it. He cautions that they should go out in the community and join in various organizations, but should remember that their religious duties come first.


College Lectures-Marriages--Funerals, Charles C. Chapman Oct 2014

College Lectures-Marriages--Funerals, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A lecture where Chapman gives advice about the proper ways in which to conduct weddings and funerals. It includes a large section with a step-by-step marriage ceremony.


College Lectures-The Minister As An Executive, Charles C. Chapman Oct 2014

College Lectures-The Minister As An Executive, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this lecture Chapman compares the organization of a church to that of a business, and therefore admonishes ministers to act as executives and to utilize similar techniques to organize and maintain their church. He urges ministers to allow members to assume as many leadership roles as possible and to always adapt his methods to the unique qualities of his particular congregation.


Ua35/11 Perspectives On Contemporary Man, Wku Honors Program Oct 1965

Ua35/11 Perspectives On Contemporary Man, Wku Honors Program

WKU Archives Records

Lectures delivered by WKU professors to the Freshman Colloquium in the fall of 1964. The Freshman Honors Colloquium is a special course open only to freshmen students whose test scores, on the battery of tests administered to all entering freshmen, fall in the upper 15% and who graduated in the top quarter of their high school graduating class. The book lists the participants in the colloquium.

Lectures:

  • Bailey, Donald. What is a Man, According to a Biologist?
  • Nash, Ronald. A Philosopher Looks at Man
  • Tachau, Charles. A Theologian Looks at Man
  • Watson, John. A Sociologist Looks at Man
  • Shedd, Charles ...


College Notes-Advice To Ministers, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1932

College Notes-Advice To Ministers, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this speech Chapman gives advice to young ministers in regards to their studies and their spiritual development. He counsels them to cultivate a good relationship with their congregation and the community so that they may be more effective as ministers.


College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This lecture is a revision of an earlier speech. In it Chapman reminds ministers that they are a vital member of their community and should strive to be an active part of it. He cautions that they should go out in the community and join in various organizations, but should remember that their religious duties come first.


College Lectures-The Ordinances, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Ordinances, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Chapman advises students about the importance of the two ordinances of their church, baptism and communion, and how to most effectively perform these two rites to bring out their spiritual meaning most successfully.


College Lectures-The Minister In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier lecture, "In Our Larger Brotherhood." Both lectures are about the need for greater cooperation between churches locally and around the world. It advocates the establishment of and participation in inter-church and interfaith organizations, but emphasizes that these organizations should not become authoritative bodies and that all power should rest in the individual churches.


College Lectures-Preparation Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-Preparation Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier speech. It advises students to undertake rigorous study to prepare themselves for the ministry. Also advises them in the proper conduct of a successful minister in the community.


College Notes-The Minister, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Notes-The Minister, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

There are two parts to this file. First is the speech that was given to students at the First Ministerial Institute. In it Chapman speaks of his own ministerial ambitions and advises the students to fully commit themselves to their chosen profession. The second part is the program for the Ministerial Institute.


College Lectures-The Minister--A Man, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister--A Man, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this lecture Chapman asks ministers to live their lives in the model of the life of Christ. He advises them on their appearance, manners, and conduct on the pulpit and when relating to the members of their church.


College Lectures-The Minister Revised, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1931

College Lectures-The Minister Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revision of an earlier lecture. In it Chapman addresses ministerial students and advises them on their course to become ministers. He tells them to make sure they are prepared for the financial, mental and spiritual challenges of the ministry. He also admonishes them to be ambitious in making themselves into an example for their congregation but also reminds them to be humble and use the life of Jesus as a guide.


College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1930

College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier speech with the same name. In it Chapman advises ministers to be thrifty and save their meager income, as financial problems can be the undoing of a minister. He tells them to spend wisely and to make sure to maintain a home and lifestyle that befits their place in the community while avoiding debt and saving for retirement and emergencies.


College Lectures-Preaching Revised, Charles C. Chapman Mar 1930

College Lectures-Preaching Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier lecture. In it Chapman gives advice about how to properly prepare and present a sermon. He emphasizes that one should know and be able to read Scripture well, be educated and well-informed, and be poised and well spoken when in the pulpit.


College Notes-The Importance Of Our College, Charles C. Chapman Feb 1930

College Notes-The Importance Of Our College, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This speech was presented twice: at the First Christian Church in Pomona; at the Dinner for College Dollar Day at the Santa Ana Church. In it Chapman is trying to get the church congregations interested in California Christian College and impress upon them the importance of relgious education and developing leadership within the church.


College Notes-California Christian College 1930, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1930

College Notes-California Christian College 1930, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes from a speech given at the Wilshire Boulevard Christian Church in Los Angeles about the progress and ideals of California Christian College, as well as some discussion of Chapman's religious views. Also, the program for the occasion.


College Notes-Character Building, Charles C. Chapman May 1929

College Notes-Character Building, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A speech given in the chapel at California Christian College about the virtues of building and maintaining good character. He claims that good character is the surest route to power and influence and tells listeners that character can be built or destroyed depending upon one's actions.


College Lectures-As An Evangelist, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1929

College Lectures-As An Evangelist, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A lecture in which Chapman admonishes preachers and pastors to go out and actively evangelize for the church to win new members and ensure old members continue to come to church.


The Ministry From The Layman's Viewpoint, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1929

The Ministry From The Layman's Viewpoint, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a copy of "The Minister", a lecture that was given as part of a series to the ministerial students at Chapman College. The lecture consists of advice from Chapman of how best to pursue a career in the ministry.


College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier, Charles C. Chapman Dec 1928

College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this speech Chapman advises ministers to be thrifty and save their meager income, as financial problems can be the undoing of a minister. He tells them to spend wisely and to make sure to maintain a home and lifestyle that befits their place in the community while avoiding debt and saving for retirement and emergencies.


College Lectures-In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman Nov 1928

College Lectures-In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A lecture about the need for greater cooperation between churches locally and around the world. It advocates the establishment of and participation in inter-church and interfaith organizations, but emphasizes that these organizations should not become authoritative bodies and that all power should rest in the individual churches.


College Notes-The Church And The College, Charles C. Chapman Nov 1928

College Notes-The Church And The College, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

These are notes for a speech given at the Central Christian Church in Glendale, CA, on the importance of Christian colleges in providing leaders for the church and society at large.


College Lectures-The Pastor, Charles C. Chapman Oct 1928

College Lectures-The Pastor, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this speech Chapman uses the metaphor of a shepherd and his flock to describe the ideal relationship between a minister and his congregation. He says that pastors must be active in managing their flock and be willing to go out of their way to save a "lost sheep". A minister should also call on his members at home and make a great effort to have a personal connection to each and every one.


College Lectures-Preaching, Charles C. Chapman Oct 1928

College Lectures-Preaching, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Chapman gives advice about how to properly prepare and present a sermon. He emphasizes that one should know and be able to read Scripture well, be educated and well-informed, and be poised and well spoken when in the pulpit


College Lectures-Preparation, Charles C. Chapman Oct 1928

College Lectures-Preparation, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Given before the ministerial class at California Christian College. Advises the students to undertake rigorous study to prepare themselves for the ministry. Also advises them in the proper conduct of a successful minister in the community.


Special College Lecture-'High Calling' Of The Ministry, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1928

Special College Lecture-'High Calling' Of The Ministry, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This was given before the ministerial class at California Christian College. It admonishes young ministers to be well-learned, prepared speakers, to be pious and useful to the congregation, and to not assume any disagreeable habits or mannerisms.


College Notes-Preparation Of Leadership, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1928

College Notes-Preparation Of Leadership, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes from a speech given at the minister's meeting at the First Christian Church in Los Angeles on the subject of leadership training in the church.


The College-Definitely Christian, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1928

The College-Definitely Christian, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes from a speech given at College Day at a convention held in Long Beach. Concerns Chapman's efforts to establish a Christian college.