You already know that Theology is for Everyone produces solid biblical and doctrinal teaching through videos, articles, and books, but did you know that the same high-quality teaching is available in person as well?
“Theology on the road” allows you to bring Daniel Goepfrich to your church, school, or organization. Daniel can teach your group in a one-day seminar or a multi-day conference or lecture series. With more than 20 years of pastoral and church leadership experience, he is also available to meet with your church leadership for leadership training or to think through specific issues your church is facing.
Click any of the topics below for more information or have Daniel create a presentation for a specific topic of your choice, then contact us to schedule your event.
Attention will be given to Jesus’ identification as Israel’s Messiah (chapters 1-4), his Messianic teachings and miracles (chapters 5-11), Israel’s rejection of Messiah (chapter 12), the Kingdom Parables (chapter 13), the “non-Kingdom teachings” (chapters 16-20), and the Olivet Discourse (chapters 24-25). We will also address the exclusively Matthean phrase “the kingdom of heaven.” We will approach the book from a normative, classical dispensational perspective.
Special attention will be given to the writer’s emphasis on Jesus and the five warning passages. We will approach the book from a normative, classical dispensational perspective.
Special attention will be given to the events of the Tribulation (Daniel’s 70th week), the Antichrist, the Second Coming, the Millennial Kingdom, the Great White Throne, and the Eternal State.
This course has the option of covering the key events and people in the entire book of Genesis or a special focus just on chapters 1-11, depending on your needs.
This entire course provides a topical and chronological look at the events yet to come but can be adjusted to fit the time allowed or to emphasize a certain aspect of future events, such as: the Rapture of the Church and its judgment; the Tribulation (70th week); the religious and civil laws of the Millennial Kingdom; and more.
This course provides an introduction to the concepts on which dispensational theology is built, defines what a dispensation is, and surveys the entire Bible to find the dispensations that are clearly present. We also address the biblical covenants and some of the deviations found in newer (“progressive”) dispensational thinking today.
This course examines the promise that God made to Abraham that he would make him into a great nation and its four unconditional covenants to Israel – Abrahamic, Land, Davidic, and New – that will finally be fulfilled in the Millennial Kingdom.
Special attention is given to the Old Testament timeline, the eleven key books, the history of Israel, and the six covenants that God made with all or part of humanity. Attendees of this course will gain
Christian Living / Spiritual Growth
In this course, we walk step-by-step through the basic steps for personal Bible study, examine some of the pitfalls to watch out for, and introduce some of the best tools that are available today to make our study time both efficient and effective.
Even though Jesus commissioned his followers to “make disciples,” discipleship is one of the most misunderstood concepts in the church. From one local church to another, “discipleship” may be defined as small groups, classes, personal spiritual disciplines, or an entire program.
In this course, we will define and describe “biblical discipleship” based on 2 Peter 1:3-9 and how the writing apostles addressed believers on four spiritual levels.
This course will provide each attendee the capability of evaluating their own spiritual level and the tools for intentional spiritual growth for themselves (discipleship) and helping others (disciple-making).