Hello! Thank you for listening to Into the Pray. In a couple of weeks we welcome Alisa Childers to the podcast, so please look out for that.Did you know that there are approaching 40 teaching episodes in the book of 1 Corinthians available in our series, City of Temples? We're currently in a mini-series as part of that entitled, The Present & Continuous Holy Spirit. This week we're grateful to be joined by Christopher Ash, Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House, whose extensive work on the book of Psalms enables us to think about the prophetic place and purpose of the book within the Bible. If you haven't seen the beginning of our new VLOG series on YouTube, you can do so here. To help us develop this digital media, please would you seriously consider helping us with 3 things:1) Consider GIVING to our work here; 2) FORWARD this episode to your networks and, if you haven't already,3) RATE & REVIEW Into the Pray on whatever platform you get your podcasts on. Many thanks. Maranatha/loveN&M xx
Christopher Ash | Trusting God in the Darkness | Steve Brown, Etc.
Steve Brown Etc.
How are we to trust God when things turn dark? This week, Steve and the gang talk about Job and the topic of suffering with Christopher Ash, author of “Trusting God in the Darkness: A Guide to Understanding the Book of Job“. The post Christopher Ash | Trusting God in the Darkness | Steve Brown, Etc. appeared first on Key Life.
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy sat down with Christopher Ash at his home in Cambridge, England, to get help for teaching the book of Job, which was perhaps the first book of the Bible written. Their conversation covers ways Job is often taught inadequately and the many ways to preach Christ through this ancient book.Ash is a pastor and writer in residence at Tyndale House in Cambridge. He recently retired as director of the Cornhill Training Course, where he served from 2004 to 2015. He is the author of Job: The Wisdom of the Cross in Crossway’s Preaching the Word commentary series.Resources by Christopher Ash:Job: The Wisdom of the CrossHow Does God Treat His Friends? sermon series by Christopher AshTeaching Romans Volume 1 and Volume 2Zeal without Burnout Married for God: Making Your Marriage the Best It Can Be Sermons by Christopher Ash at All Saints Little Shelford (1998 to 2004)More Resources on Job:Holding onto Your Faith in the Midst of Suffering sermon series by John PiperSermon series on Job by Sandy WillsonThe Gospel According to Job: An Honest Look at Pain and Doubt from the Life of One Who Lost Everything by Mike Mason
In this episode, Christopher Ash discusses the story of Job to answer the question "Where is God in the midst of suffering?" With honesty and compassion, he explores the roles Satan, the fall, the cross of Jesus Christ play in human suffering, and how we can find assurance that God will be with us in Christ through every season and every trial.
Christopher Ash- The Heart of Anger: How the Bible Transforms Anger in Our Understanding and Experience
Equipping You in Grace
On today’s Equipping You in Grace show Dave and Christopher Ash discuss righteous and unrighteous anger, some first steps in defusing anger, discovering joy in the peace of Christ, along with his book, The Heart of Anger: How the Bible Transforms Anger in Our Understanding and Experience (Crossway, 2021).What you’ll hear in this episode The main difference between righteous and unrighteous anger. How understanding the wrath of God helps Christians understand what righteous anger looks like. Some first steps in defusing human anger. How discovering joy in the peace of Christ helps our anger.About the GuestChristopher Ash is writer in residence at Tyndale House in Cambridge and a full-time preacher, speaker, and writer. He previously served as the director of the Proclamation Trust’s Cornhill Training Course and as a minister and church planter. He and his wife, Carolyn, are members of St. Andrew the Great Church in Cambridge, and have four children and seven grandchildren.Subscribing, sharing, and your feedback You can subscribe to Equipping You in Grace via iTunes, Google Play, or your favorite podcast catcher. If you like what you’ve heard, please consider leaving a rating and share it with your friends (it takes only takes a second and will go a long way to helping other people find the show). You can also connect with me on Twitter at @davejjenkins, on Facebook, or via email to share your feedback.Thanks for listening to this episode of Equipping You in Grace!
Christopher Ash discusses why anger is such a powerful, dangerous emotion for the Christian. He walks through some of the key Bible passages that address the topic of anger, explains how we should think of imperfect, often selfish human anger compared to God's perfectly righteous anger, and offers advice to the person who struggles to control his or her anger on a regular basis.
In this episode James Cary talks to pastor, author and former Maths teacher, Christopher Ash, who will be opening up the Psalms at this year's Virtually Keswick Convention 2020.Find out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, hereFor further discussion with Christopher Ash on the Psalms, try this podcast here.Podcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)