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Content From Tim Frisby
Sun Nov 4 '18|
“The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern.” In this talk, Tim looks at what this proverb teaches us about the different causes of poverty, and what we can do in response.
Sun Oct 7 '18|
Continuing on from his talk on the power of words, Tim Frisby speaks from Luke chapter 8 on the power and importance of our words when we speak to one another about God.
Sun Jul 8 '18|
In the first week of our new series, Tim Frisby looks at the story of Naomi and Ruth and considers the power of ‘chesed’ – a quality of love that is willing to take on the pain of others.
Sun Jun 17 '18|
Jesus stands atop a mountain, and suddenly he is transformed, so that his disciples see him as he truly is. In this talk, Tim considers the story of the transfiguration, and what it teaches us about Jesus’ glory.
Sun May 13 '18|
Continuing the conversation about the type of church community we want to become, Tim reminded us of the power our words have and encouraged us to use them to build one another up and “call into being things that are...
Sun Apr 1 '18|
Why is this world full of pain, disappointment and death? And what is God’s plan to overcome it? In this talk from Easter Sunday, Tim considers why we’re often tempted to ‘look for the living among the dead’ and how...
Sun Feb 11 '18|
ChristChurch London is one church, with one vision, meeting in four locations. In this standalone sermon, Tim and Jacqui Frisby explore how that vision plays out in our South service.
Fri Dec 1 '17|
At the Carol Services on Dec 10th we will be taking up a special offering to raise money for one of the Compassion projects we support in Rwanda. Gikomero Child Development Centre is run by the local Anglican church and...
Sun Nov 12 '17|
This talk was recorded at our South Dedication Service. The first place Jesus’ disciples were ever called ‘Christians’ was in Antioch – one of the biggest, most multi-cultural cities in the Roman Empire. In this talk, Tim explains why that...
Fri Oct 6 '17|
In September Tim Frisby, our Social Action Coordinator, and Joel Wade, our East Service leader, travelled to Rwanda to visit the Compassion projects that ChristChurch London support. We asked Tim to tell us about the trip. My wife Jacs and...
Sun Aug 20 '17|
Following the death of Saul, David is finally crowned as King. And when David pledges to build a house for God, God makes a surprising promise; that He will build a house for David! In this talk, Tim looks at...
Mon May 29 '17|
John* worked as a bouncer at University then became a police officer, ending up in the Crime Squad of the Met Police. For the last few years he has worked as a private bodyguard. Next month he is moving to...
Sun Feb 19 '17|
In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus offered up a heartfelt and tear-soaked prayer. In this talk, Tim Frisby looks at Jesus’ prayer of surrender and considers how we can also surrender our lives to God in prayer.
Sun Dec 18 '16|
The apostle John says that on the night Jesus was born, ‘the true light that gives light to everyone was coming into the world’ (John 1:9). In this short talk from the South’s Nativity Service, Tim uses the true story...
Tue Dec 6 '16|
Finally Abraham is given a son, and then God asks him to do the unthinkable – offer him up as a sacrifice. In this talk Tim looks at the sacrifice of Isaac in Genesis 22 and considers how we can...
Sun Sep 18 '16|
As John brings his letter to a close he shows how faith in Jesus gives us the motivation and the means to overcome the world’s divisions and love all of God’s children. Tim uses this as an opportunity to talk...
Fri Aug 5 '16|
This last Sunday we remembered the life of William Wilberforce, someone who spent his life working alongside people around the world to see slavery and the slave trade abolished throughout the British Empire. We then announced that we have made...
Mon Jul 18 '16|
You don’t need me to tell you that coffee is big business in the UK. Whilst the British may be known the world over as tea drinkers, coffee is where the real money is. In the UK we drink upwards...
Sun Jun 26 '16|
At times, all of us experience loss, perhaps through relationship breakdown, tricky life circumstances, bereavement, or shattered hopes and dreams. In this talk Tim considers how we can process our loss in a healthy way and find healing and hope.
Sun Jan 31 '16|
As the people face their first major battle, God instructs them to overcome by slightly unusual means! This talk looks at how we can trust God, even if His methods seem foolish, and how faith, worship and prayer strengthen us...
Sun Dec 6 '15|
The church in Ephesus started so well. They were known for their love, for God, for each other and for those around them. But within a few decades they had lost their way… In this talk, Tim looks at Jesus’...
Sun Aug 16 '15|
How can we live a life that pleases God? And what lasting relevance do the 10 Commandments have for us today? In this talk, Tim Frisby looks at the giving of the law and considers what it can teach us about the...
Mon Jun 29 '15|
On Sunday we prayed for those affected by this week’s attack on the beach in Sousse, Tunisia, which killed 39 people and has injured at least 36. Below is the prayer we wrote, which you may find helpful in fuelling...
Sun Apr 5 '15|
On the third day, the crucified king overturned the verdict of his enemies, rising again from the grave. This Easter Sunday we will celebrate the resurrection, and consider its implications for our lives 2,000 years on.
Thu Mar 12 '15|
Following reports of the serious child abuse cases in Rotherham and Oxford, we took a few moments on Sunday to highlight the important and vital work that those working with young people in front line services do, and to pray...
Sun Dec 21 '14|
At the heart of the Christmas story is a powerful promise, that God wants to be with us. In this talk, Tim Frisby looks at the promise of Christmas, and the invitation to bring Jesus into the very centre of...
Sun Aug 17 '14|
Where is this world heading? What does God have in store for His creation? And how does that affect the way we should live now? In this talk, Tim looks at Philippians 3:12-4:1 and considers how a vision of God’s future can...
Sun Jan 26 '14|
There is a lot in the world worth getting angry about: injustice, pain, violence and hatred. But anger is a tough emotion to harness; it can so easily consume us. What should we make of the psalms that express anger...
Sun Jul 21 '13|
We live in a fast-paced city, where people demand instant gratification, and aren’t keen on waiting. This week Tim Frisby looks at James chapter 5, and considers how we can learn to cultivate patience, in a world that is so...
Sun May 26 '13|
For many people, the hardest challenge in sharing your faith is taking that first step. In the third talk of this series, Tim Frisby will look at some simple ways to begin conversations about spiritual matters.
Sun Mar 31 '13|
Jesus: Killed on a cross. Buried in a tomb. Seemingly defeated. As we approach the end of Luke’s gospel, we reflect on the events of Easter, and the triumphal twist in the story that offers hope for a broken world.
Sun Aug 19 '12|
Christians believe that God didn’t simply create the world and then leave us to it; He is involved in every area of our life, providing for us and sustaining us. In this talk, Tim looks at God’s provision of a...
Sun Jun 3 '12|
In the fourth week of our Empowered series, Tim looks at how the Holy Spirit leads and empowers us to be witnesses for Jesus, by first witnessing to us the truth of the gospel.
Fri Apr 6 '12|
Drawing on Philip Greenslade’s ‘Voice from the Hills’, Tim uses the seven last words Jesus spoke from the cross to remind us of the meaning of Good Friday and what the events of that day teach us about God.
Sun Mar 4 '12|
What kind of a leader was Jesus, and what was unique about his mission? In this talk, Tim will explore how Jesus mixes his metaphors to present a challenging and revolutionary model of servant leadership.
Fri Oct 7 '11|
For people on low incomes, a sudden crisis – redundancy, benefit delay, illness or even an unexpected bill – can mean going hungry. Every day parents skip meals to feed their children and people are forced to choose between paying...
Sun Aug 14 '11|
The book of Esther tells the story of a Jewish girl who became the Queen of Persia and saved her people from a plot to destroy them. In the first week of our new series, Tim Frisby looks at Esther’s...
Sun Jun 12 '11|
Tim uses the story of the woman being healed by touching the tassels on Jesus’ robe to show that where faith in Him exists, one touch from Jesus can redeem our past and transform our future. Believe and be Baptised:...
Sun Jun 12 '11|
Tim takes us through the story of how a father’s faith is stretched to the limit by Jesus’ insistence on doing things at His Father’s pace. Believe and be Baptised: Interview with a recently baptised Christian.