Speaking

For information on speaking requests see below.

Speaking Engagements

 

17 December 2017
Batley Evangelical Church Carol Concert

5-7 January 2018
Christ City Church, Dublin

8-10 January 2018
Irish Preachers’ Conference
You Who Bring Good News: Preaching the Gospel from Isaiah

26-27 January 2018
Crosslands Ireland Residential

28 January 2018
Guisborough Christian Fellowship

2-3 February 2018
Crosslands UK Residential

11 February 2018
Christchurch Fulwood
Mission Sunday

5-9 March 2018
Keswick in Devon
Isaiah: Arise & Shine – Live Brightly in the Light of Christ

16 April 2018
UCCF North-East Team

16-20 April 2018
Keswick Ministries
Psalms Week

27-29 April 2018
Go! Youth Trust

5-6 May 2018
Christchurch Fulwood
Church Family Day

25-29 June 2018
Crosslands Ireland Residential

2-6 July 2018
Crosslands UK Residential

25 July 2018
Keswick Lecture
Evangelism and Social Action

3-7 September 2018
Crosslands Ireland Residential

10-14 September 2018
Crosslands UK Residential

18-20 September 2018
Sydney Missionary and Bible College Biennial Missions Conference 2018
A Heart for the Lost: Moved by God’s Mission

13-14 October 2018
Monmouth Baptist Church, Bi-Centenary Weekend

15 November 2018
John Stott London Lecture

25-26 January 2019
Crosslands Ireland Residential

10-14 September 2018
Crosslands UK Residential

April 2019
Word Alive
Enjoying God

29 April-2 May 2019
Derby Bible Week

12-17 May 2019
Capenwray Bible School

July 2019
Keswick Convention

Speaking Requests

Please email speaking requests to tim[at]timchester[dot]co[dot]uk with information on:

  1. Possible dates.
  2. Number of times of talks.
  3. Your preferred topic.
  4. Expected numbers.
  5. Expenses and honorarium (see below).

My publishers are always happy to work with conference organisers to provide books.

Honorarium and Expenses

Apart from my part-time role with Crosslands, I rely on writing and speaking for my income. I don’t receive a salary for my work with my church plant.

As a guide to an appropriate honorarium I suggest taking the numbers of days I’ll be away from home and adding a day for preparation for each talk if I’ve chosen the topic and two days per talk if you’ve chosen the topic. Then multiply this by what you consider to be an appropriate day rate. Someone receiving the minimum wage earns £54 a day. Or you might consider it fair to pay me whatever you earn. As a guide, a person earning £25,000 per annum receives about £100 per working day.

The HMRC guidance for mileage expenses is 45p a mile.

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