Alex DiPrima

Spurgeon Library Conference 2023 | “The Pastors’ College” with Alex DiPrima

May 4, 2023

Spurgeon Library Conference 2023 | “Spurgeonic Women” with Alex DiPrima

May 4, 2023

Spurgeon and the Poor

March 27, 2023

The following excerpt is from the Preface of Spurgeon and the Poor by Alex DiPrima. Learn more about this important new work here. The American temperance activist John B. Gough stepped off the train in London. He had come to visit England’s greatest preacher, Charles Haddon Spurgeon. The year was 1879, and the preacher was at …

What Was the Downgrade Controversy Actually All About?

January 17, 2022

“For my part, I am quite willing to be eaten of dogs for the next fifty years; but the more distant future shall vindicate me.”[1] Spurgeon spoke these fateful words at the conclusion of his presidential address at the Annual College Conference, a gathering of current and former students of the Pastors’ College. He voiced …

Simeon, Spurgeon, and the Need for Preaching Models

February 17, 2021

Someone somewhere has said, “some things are better caught than taught.” Many would argue that this is true with preaching. It is one thing to learn about preaching in the abstract from books or classroom lectures. It is something else entirely to learn from the example of faithful preachers. C. H. Spurgeon possessed a remarkable preaching …

Spurgeon’s Vision for Women’s Ministry

June 19, 2020

The Victorian era has captivated the imaginations of many in recent years. One contributing factor has been PBS’s hit series Victoria, which portrays the story of the illustrious queen from her coronation in 1837 at the tender age of eighteen through the ups and downs of one of the most intriguing periods in Britain’s national …