Derby Bible Week

All One in Christ Jesus

Who is the speaker?
ChristopherAsh
Monday Talk — 9th April 2018
Tuesday Talk — 10th April 2018
Wednesday Talk — 11th April 2018
Thursday Talk — 12th April 2018

Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House and Ministry Trainer at St.Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. He worked as a telecoms development engineer and then a mathematics teacher for 12 years before serving as a local church assistant pastor and pastor. He was Director of the Proclamation Trust’s Cornhill Training Course in London from 2004-2015. Christopher now works full-time as a pastor, speaker, and author. He has written a number of books, including Job: the wisdom of the Cross (Crossway), Teaching Psalms (vol.1) (Christian Focus), Pure Joy: Rediscover your Conscience (IVP), Married for God (IVP), and Zeal without Burnout (Good Book Company).

What is the Topic?
Christopher will teaching us Practical lessons for the Christian Life: Anger!

Can I get a copy of the flyer?
Click here to get a PDF of the flyer.

What does Christopher sound like?
For a taster of who Christopher is, try this sample MP3:
This is a sermon by Christopher Ash from a
talk in 2017.

When does it start?
This year we're delighted to be running Derby Bible Week at two different times and in two different locations. We hope this will enable more people to be able to access everything that Derby Bible Week offers.

• Each morning at Christ Church Derby from 10.00-11.45 (refreshments from 10am), and
• Each evening at Woodlands Evangelical Church from 7.30-9pm (refreshments afterwards).

  • Will there be a Bookstall?
There will be a bookstall at each venue and the same combination of warm fellowship, lively worship and quality Bible teaching. An offering is taken during the meeting to defray the costs of arranging the event.

  • Is a Creche provided?
We're delighted to offer a creche again this year in our morning meetings. No booking necessary, but there will be a consent form to fill in on arrival. Equally, there are some tables at the back of the main room where some carers may like to sit with their children.