Mack Wayne Craig Sermons

Mack Wayne Craig, 1925-2011 A man of many talents, Mack Craig influenced the lives of Lipscomb students for decades, first as a teacher and principal at David Lipscomb High School from 1949-1957, as the college dean from 1957-1978, and as Vice President for Institutional Planning from 1978-1983. Craig also served as minister for several congregations in the Nashville area and as an evangelist throughout the U. S. In 1962, he joined with Willard Collins to lead a gospel meeting which was the opening event for the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. Known throughout Nashville and the Southeast as a master storyteller, Dr. Craig charmed audiences with his stories of Nashville and U. S. history as well as the Bible. His series of sermons on the crucifixion of Jesus was delivered regularly at Lipscomb chapel services.

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