1948, Dick began a student gospel choir to help support the campus worship service, the Baylor Religious Hour, on Wednesday
nights. This service on the campus was a part of the Youth Revival Movement that began in the 1940's.
The choir was a crucial part of that exciting time. They were not only a part of the weekly services, but were
used outside the Baylor campus in churches and in revival services of that time. The Baylor Religious Hour Choir, or
BRH Choir, is still a part of the Baylor campus life today. Their purpose has not changed since it's
inception over 60 years ago. This choir is made up of students from all areas of Baylor academics and they
share their faith through music and through mission opportunities. They want to carry their songs
and witness to churches and campuses across the country and even overseas. Dick has always been amazed
that this gospel choir of students has endured and has touched the lives of so many students who have participated, as
well as those to whom they have shared the message of Christ.