Andy Woods

Andy Woods

Role: Conference/Guest speaker

Andy became a Christian at the age of 16. He graduated with High Honors earning two Baccalaureate Degrees in Business Administration and Political Science (University of Redlands, CA.), and obtained a Juris Doctorate (Whittier Law School, CA), practiced law, taught Business and Law and related courses (Citrus Community College, CA) and served as Interim Pastor of Rivera First Baptist Church in Pico Rivera, CA (1996-1998).

In 1998, he began taking courses at Chafer and Talbot Theological Seminaries. He earned a Master of Theology degree, with High Honors (2002), and a Doctor of Philosophy in Bible Exposition (2009) at Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2005 and 2009, he received the Donald K. Campbell Award for Excellence in Bible Exposition, at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Andy is an associate professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston and teaches bible and theology. In addition, Andy has contributed to many theological journals and Christian books and has spoken on a variety of topics at Christian conferences.

Andy has been married to Anne since 1998 and they have a young daughter, Sarah. They live in Sugar Land, TX.

Latest sermons by
Sun, Jun 24, 2018
Series: God’s Plan for Marriage and the Family Seminar (Chafer 2018)
Duration: 57 mins 5 secs
Sat, Jun 23, 2018
Passage: Genesis 3
Series: God’s Plan for Marriage and the Family Seminar (Chafer 2018)
Duration: 1 hr 3 mins 57 secs
Wed, Mar 14, 2018
Passage: 2 Thessalonians 2:3
Series: 2018 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 1 hr 10 mins 44 secs
The books that Dr. Woods highlighted in his presentation (The Falling Away and Ever Reforming) are available from Dispensational Publishing House.
Wed, Mar 15, 2017
Series: 2017 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins 56 secs
Dr. Andy Woods
Sun, Nov 06, 2016
Series: Eschatology Seminar (2016)
Duration: 55 mins 29 secs

Andy Woods – Performance Evaluation
Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque
Sponsored by Chafer Theological Seminary

Sat, Nov 05, 2016
Series: Eschatology Seminar (2016)
Duration: 56 mins 41 secs
Fri, Nov 04, 2016
Series: Eschatology Seminar (2016)
Duration: 1 hr 8 mins 13 secs

Andy Woods – The Rapture
Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque
Sponsored by Chafer Theological Seminary

Fri, Sep 09, 2016
Series: Israel Today: Understanding critical issues Conference (2016)
Duration: 1 hr 33 mins 10 secs

During his talk, Dr. Woods mentioned a couple of other resources.

Also, if you are interested in purchasing Dr. Woods' new books, they are available on the links below:

Wed, Mar 16, 2016
Passage: Hebrews 6:4-6
Series: 2016 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 4 secs
The warning found in Hebrews 6:4-6 has provoked difficulty and disagreement among Bible interpreters and exegetes. Gromacki observes that this passage is “Probably the most controversial passage within Hebrews…” As a result of this difficulty, various interpretations have arisen. Most Calvinist and Reformed interpreters insist that the warning passage is too strong to apply to believers and thus unbelievers are in view in these verses. Arminians contend that the passage is speaking of genuine believers who are at risk of losing their salvation. Others argue that these verses are speaking of genuine believers and the severe warning constitutes a mere hypothetical scenario. Still others contend that theses verses speak of believers who are in jeopardy of losing blessings. Who is right? How are interpreters to make sense of this difficult passage?
Fri, Jun 19, 2015
Passage: Ezekiel 38-39
Series: 2015 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 1 hr 12 mins 54 secs

Part 2

In this session entitled "The Middle East Meltdown" we are going to focus our attention on the famous prophecy found in Ezekiel 38‒39. However, it's a meltdown only from the human point of view, not the divine perspective. A subtitle for this presentation could be "The Coming Islamic Invasion of Israel." There’s a very interesting Chinese saying that says, "May You Live in Interesting Times." I think the time period that we’re living in now would qualify as interesting. Given the choice, there isn’t a time period in history that I would rather be living in than now. Why? The Lord seems to be setting the stage for His return as never before. One of these major stage-setting trends that we are currently seeing is the rise of a coalition of nations that harbors a hostile intent toward Israel. No matter which presidential administration comes into office in this nation and no matter how the calendar turns, this is an issue that doesn’t seem to go away.