Overview of the 2021 Conference

jewish torah scroll cropThe annual Chafer Theological Seminary (CTS) Pastors’ Conference is open to theologians, pastors, students, and anyone who wants to learn more about the Bible. It is a tremendous opportunity for all attendees to grow in their understanding of the Scriptures and to enjoy fellowship with other like-minded believers.

The 2021 Chafer Theological Seminary Pastors’ Conference will take place March 8–10.

Download the conference brochure here.

Challenges to Biblical Faith

Our world and faith face significant and, in some cases, destructive assaults today. This year’s Chafer Seminary Pastors’ Conference focuses on some of these threats. These presentations are for any believer—theologian, pastor, or pew sitter—who needs to be informed, protected, and proactive against these pervasive errors.

Our keynote speaker, Dr. Mike Stallard, an author, seminary professor, and Bible teacher, will present six topics related to contemporary issues in dispensational theology. These will alert you to destructive trends, focus your biblical thinking, and encourage and strengthen your understanding of dispensational truth.

Three of our speakers will help us understand the evil influence that is assaulting evangelical communities as culture has become the means of interpreting Scripture, rather than using Scripture to challenge our culture. This focuses on the inroads of Marxism, socialism, critical race theory, and social justice as the enemy inside the gates.

Our three evening speakers will encourage us from the Scripture. Jim Myers, Clay Ward, and Dennis Rokser will each focus our attention on the Scriptures teaching for our spiritual lives in chaotic times like these. The Bible illuminates us to how we can have joy, stability, and peace because Christ is our eternal hope.