DEAN GOTCHER SPEAKING SCHEDULE
Last update 5-10-2013
Please check for schedule changes.
Currently scheduling June trip.
If you are interested in having me speak to your fellowship, or in your town hall, library, civic center, or home (or a friend's home) please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you know of anyone across the nation who might be willing to host a meeting, call them and ask. If they are willing (or might be willing) let us know (have them contact us) and the next time we are heading their direction we will check with them to see if they can host a meeting at that time.
I also do an extended in-depth study if you are (or anyone you know is) interesting in hosting it. The first night is my regular presentation. The second day and/or night I present an extended, in-depth lecture on the men (and the methods they used, which are still being used today) who proliferated the dialectical process in America. I would prefer an all day meeting over a night meeting (on the second day) as I can cover more material this way and have time for questions and answers.
scheduling a meeting or email@example.com
(Handouts for the meeting. Make sure all charts get printed as some charts may split pages and therefore not be printed.)
For specific information on any of these meetings please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Home to do chores, then, the Lord willing, out for meetings in the Midwest during June|
|June 23, Sunday||Lincoln, Nebraska||Calvary Community Church
4400 N. 1st
Lincoln, NE 68521
|2:30 p.m. Registration
3:00 Session 1
6:30 Session 2
|June 28, Friday||Kenosha, Wisconsin|
|June 29-30 Sat-Sun||Pewaukee, Wisconsin||Lamb of God Lutheran Church|
Many of our meetings are with a handful (or less) of people in a home although we occasionally have meetings in churches, libraries, restaurants, or public meeting rooms. I speak for free. If you are willing to put my wife and I up for the night it would be helpful but not essential (we are willing to stay in someone's home).
Keep us in prayer as we spend a lot of time on the road away from home. It is getting crazy out here, drivers not paying attention to their driving (like they are still playing on a computer game), etc., it is very unsettling driving amongst them―I suppose they might be saying the same thing about me―it is wearisome and disturbing at times as we put in up to 12,000+ miles (without leaving the country) and spend several months away from home on an outing. But one life changed (in the Lord) through the meetings is worth it.
Because the message is mostly about what is happening to the Church and the world around us, while some have come to know the Lord because of the gospel message in the presentation, most have been strengthened in their resolve to continue in their walk in the Lord, having been made aware of how and why such rapid 'change' is taking place in the world, as well as in the "churches," around them (knowing the truth about what is happening, not only to the world but also to the Church, i.e. why it has 'changed' from preaching and teaching the gospel message to dialoguing a social gospel), being strengthened to endure, in the Lord, to the end.
© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2010