An All-Around Ministry: Addresses to Ministers and Students
Charles Spurgeon (1834 – 1892), affectionately known by many as “the Prince of Preachers,” spoke to more than 10 million people during his ministry, baptized thousands of converts, and wrote voluminous sermons that sold in excess of 50 million copies. Spurgeon’s exhortation to ministers, An All-Around Ministry, is a collection of addresses Spurgeon delivered at annual conferences to pastors beginning in 1872.
Contained in this volume are thoughts and exhortations Spurgeon delivered over the course of nearly two decades in order that ministers and students could have a well-rounded, all-around ministry. Considered by Spurgeon to be some of his most important thoughts on ministry, the great Baptist preacher devoted much time, thought, attention, and prayer to the words contained in this book. Here is a must-read for any student or minister of God’s Word.