Joe at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
William Amos Johnson Memorial Building where many classes were held. (The first medical education offered in North Carolina was held in this building.  The building also previously had an observatory on its roof.)
Campus view with vintage brick sidewalks which date from the days of Wake Forest College.
Johnson Dorm, where Joe stayed
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is located on the old Wake Forest College campus:
Dr. Carlton taught the following courses at Southeastern:

M 231: The Ministry of Worship


M 101: Preparation of Sermons


M 214: Arts and Theological Communications


M 209: Post-Reformation Preaching


M 301: Preaching and Literature

You can hear some of the audio of his lectures on the next page of this website.

Mrs. Hughes, Joe, and Dr. John Carlton
Joe entering Chapel for Seminary Graduation:
Joe receiving diploma from Dr. Randall Lolley, President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary:
Joe, second from left prepares to leave after graduation:
The Professor of Organ played for the Graduation Recessional, Widor's "Toccata".  Here Organist Jonathan Scott plays this at The Bridgewater Hall:
Joe with Glenn Davis and his wife Patti:
The Olin T. Binkley Chapel, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina

While at Seminary, Joe sang for two years with the Choir.  Each fall they presented a major recital; one of which was Felix Mendelssohn’s “Elijah,” an oratorio written in 1846, depicting the various events in the life of the Biblical prophet Elijah, taken from the Old Testament books of 1 and 2 Kings.


Here, First Plymouth Church of Lincoln, Nebraska, perform “Thanks be to God,” from that oratorio.