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Christopher Ash

Writer-in-Residence, Tyndale House, Cambridge


Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House and Ministry Trainer at St. Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. From 2004 to 2015 he was Director of the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Training Course. He has written several books, including 'Bible Delight: Psalm 119 for the Bible teacher and Bible hearer'.


Products

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Teaching Psalms Vol. 1

Teaching Psalms Vol. 1

From Text to Message

~ Christopher Ash

The Psalms can be sung, spoken or read - but they were written to be prayed. Until we pray them from the heart we miss their purpose. If you love, or want to love, or think perhaps you ought to love, the Psalms, this first... read more


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The Priority of Preaching

The Priority of Preaching

~ Christopher Ash

"This little book is written for ordinary ministers who preach regularly to ordinary people in ordinary places... Most of us preach in gatherings that are smaller than we would wish and tougher than we might have hoped when we... read more


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Teaching Romans

Teaching Romans

Volume 1: Unlocking Romans 1-8 for the Bible Teacher

~ Christopher Ash

There are commentaries and there are books on preaching - but very few books that combine elements of both to enable the preacher or Bible teacher to prepare a series on specific sections of Scripture. This series gives the Bible... read more


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Teaching Romans

Teaching Romans

Volume 2: Unlocking Romans 9-16 for the Bible Teacher

~ Christopher Ash

There are commentaries and there are books on preaching - but very few books that combine elements of both to enable the preacher or Bible teacher to prepare a series on specific sections of scripture. This series gives the Bible... read more


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Endorsements

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The Priority of Preaching

The Priority of Preaching
"Above all, I want to encourage us to our desks, our prayer, our preparation, and our love for people, with a new spring in our steps as we labour at loving people by preaching to them week by week. My prayer is that this book will encourage the discouraged preacher to persevere with fresh zeal and enthusiasm, because I have convinced you that this Sunday men and women can hear the voice of the living God from your mouth."

 

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Hearing the Spirit

Hearing the Spirit
"This book explores how Jesus continues to make the Father known today. More precisely, it explores the relationship between the past, 'I have made known' and the present and future, 'I will continue to make known'. It is a wonderful and vital subject. The answer is going to focus on the work of God the Holy Spirit and the purpose and function of the Bible. In contemporary jargon, you might say this book was about the sometimes controversial topic of 'Word and Spirit'."