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Spurgeon's Evangelical Conversionism

Mar 1 What does it mean to be evangelical? To find out, join us today in our first installment of our examination of David Bebbington's "Evangelical Quadrilateral" as Ed Romine explores evangelical "conversionsim" through the life and legacy of Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

Spurgeon's Evangelical Crucicentrism

Mar 21 What does it mean to be evangelical? To find out, join us today in our fourth, and final, installment of our examination of David Bebbington's "Evangelical Quadrilateral" as Ed Romine explores evangelical "crucicentrism" through the life and legacy of Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

Spurgeon's Evangelistic Secret

Apr 26 How did Spurgeon preach and live with such confidence and authority?

Spurgeon's First Convert (And the One That Got Away)

Jul 18 Who was Charles Spurgeon’s first convert? For over 150 years, that individual has hidden from history. Now, using a triangulation of Spurgeon’s Lost Sermons, his autobiography, and genealogical research, Spurgeon’s first convert (and the one that got away) can finally step into the light.  

Spurgeon's Greatest Sermon

Feb 1 On December 5, 1858 at the tender age of 24, Charles Haddon Spurgeon preached his best sermon. Of this sermon, Charles confessed, “I think I never preached another sermon by which so many souls were won to God.” From beginning to end, the riveting exhortation “Compel Them to Come In” is full of fervent entreaties for sinners to come to Christ.

Spurgeon's Orphanage: How One Woman Changed the World

Mar 7 Sara Willcocks of Spurgeons Children’s Charity gives a remarkable account of how an “ordinary” Christian woman left an extraordinary mark on the world.

Spurgeon's Passion for His City

Mar 29 Passion for the mission of God led Spurgeon and his church to saturate the city of London with the life-changing gospel of Jesus. 

Spurgeon's Secret for Raising Godly Children

Jul 4 Children brought out Spurgeon’s brightest and tenderest side. Here are thirteen quotes by Spurgeon about raising Godly children. “As soon as a child is capable of being lost, it is capable of being saved.”

Spurgeon's Top 4 New Year's Resolutions

Jan 1 On the last evening of 1891 and first morning of 1892, Spurgeon gave two brief addresses. He hadn’t preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in several months because of sickness. He was a month away from death. In reflecting on 1891, he spoke about the God-intended lessons of the year, such as the “instability of earthly joys.” As friends came together again in the morning, he gazed upon the new year...

Strength Amidst Suffering: Lessons from the Life of Charlotte Elliott

Apr 11 Charles Haddon Spurgeon treasured the “precious hymn,” “Just as I am,” written by Charlotte Elliott. Well-known for its use in the Billy Graham Crusades, “Just As I Am” was only one of many hymns composed by Elliott.  But who was this woman “who gave herself up to Jesus” and garnered the respect of the Prince of Preachers? Join us as we examine the life of a suffering saint who inspired Spurgeon through...