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Sermon of the Week: No. 208, "Righteous Hatred"

Nov 19 Charles Spurgeon believed that “The Christian religion is a golden chain with which the hands of men are fettered from all hatred.” The only exception to this command was the Christian duty to hate evil and sin. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon explains the nature and necessity of righteous hatred.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1350, "Enlivening and Invigorating"

Nov 5 For Charles Spurgeon, the vitality of one’s spiritual life was crucial. Like a fire, each Christian’s spiritual life “must be fed with fuel and supported with air.” This is why Spurgeon, like David, cried out “Quicken thou me, O Lord!” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon models how to seek the Lord for fresh enlivening and invigorating. 

Sermon of the Week: No. 1150, "Life More Abundant"

Oct 31 Charles Spurgeon rejoiced in the “abundant life” brought by Jesus Christ. The life that began with a look to Jesus would increase as “we grow in grace,” and “we advance in knowledge, in experience, in confidence, and in conformity to the image of our Lord.”Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon reflects on the “abundant life” found only in Christ Jesus.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1599, "Everyday Religion"

Oct 21 Charles Spurgeon loved the simple gospel of salvation by faith alone in Christ alone. Furthermore, he believed that the gospel of Jesus Christ offered the best “practical moral teaching” in the world. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon shows that true faith leads to a life of diligent service. 

Hope On, Hope Ever: 8 Spurgeon Quotes on Weariness

Oct 17 Charles Spurgeon knew that even the greatest of saints, “in toiling towards heaven often grow faint.” He spoke directly to those burdened with cares, saying “Would you drown your cares? Then go plunge yourself in the Godhead’s deepest sea; be lost in his immensity.” Indeed, the answer to sorrow and weariness was more of God, and not less. In recognition of his wisdom for the weary, here are eight choice words...

Sermon of the Week: No. 1837, "A Great Gospel for Great Sinners"

Oct 14 Charles Spurgeon’s heart was gripped by the grace of God in Jesus Christ. He cherished the Biblical conviction that “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon rejoices in God’s abounding grace for the worst of sinners.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1639, "Acceptable Service"

Oct 11 For Charles Spurgeon, it was a “small thing” if others would approve of our service while the “great matter” was that our service “should be accepted by the Lord.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon teaches on how to offer “acceptable service” unto the Lord.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1717, "The Marvellous Magnet"

Sep 30 For Charles Spurgeon, the “attractive power” of Jesus’ death was a wonderful yet peculiar thing. Whereas other leaders lost their influence when they died, Christ became “the great centre to which all hearts are being drawn.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon meditates at length on the marvelous attractive power of Jesus Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1771, "Putting the Hand Upon the Head of the Sacrifice"

Sep 26 In his life and ministry, Spurgeon sought to make much of “Christ crucified.” He considered the plain preaching of the gospel to be an urgent priority and said “if I have but few shots to fire, I should like each time to hit the centre of the target.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon magnifies the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Letters to My Students, Vol. 1: On Preaching - A Reflection and Review

Sep 23 Charles Spurgeon  has long been an object of appreciation by young pastors or pastors in training. But what is it about this nineteenth-century English Baptist that resonates with the twenty-first century American twenty-something? Join us as Jason G. Duesing reflects on the legacy of Spurgeon and reviews Jason K. Allen's Letter's to My Students, Vol. 1: On Preaching.