David Prince shares some excerpts from a C.H. Spurgeon sermon on the horror of preaching a sermon without Christ.
The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, No. 183 Isaiah 50:3. “I clothe the heavens with blackness” If there be sermons in stones, there must be a great sermon in the sun; and if there be books in
[The following is an excerpt, C.H. Spurgeon, The Sword and Trowel: 1873 (London: Passmore & Alabaster, 1873), 45-48.] During last month it has been our lot to be abused both in public and
In 2015, Be Where Your Feet Are is the banner we hung over the ministry year at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church. In other words, it was a call to be a fully engaged follower of
The current conspiracy theory, sky-is-falling, outrage culture can’t be reconciled with what the Bible says about living in the already of Christ’s Kingdom. Christians ought to be the last people to fall prey to doom
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834–1892) was a British Baptist preacher who is still known as the "Prince of Preachers.” In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10,000,000 people, often up to 10 times a week at
Andy Stanley, pastor of the large and influential North Point Community Church, went on a twitter rant last week about Southern Baptist Convention leaders praying for revival and calling on churches to do the same.
Christ-centered expository preaching is more than pinning John 3:16 to the tail of the sermon. It is also more than a weekly theological treatise that speaks eloquently of the glories of Jesus Christ but lacks