Lectures To My Students

by Charles Spurgeon     |     Book Summary


Author: Charles Spurgeon
Publisher: Zondervan
Date: 1954
Pages: 443

Book Summary of Lectures To My Students by Charles Spurgeon


What can we learn from those in ministry who have been in the trenches for many years? What benefit can we receive from those who have laid the foundation for ministers in ages past?

For young pastors and those training from their calling of ministry it is important to learn from men like Charles Spurgeon. In his work, Lectures To My Students, Mr. Spurgeon provides readers with a biblically saturated look at the life of a minister.

The book moves swiftly through topics of ones call to ministry as well as the styles and substance of preaching while leaning on the great mind and experience of Mr. Spurgeon. It comes with a mix of the theology of being a pastor and practical advice for leading well in the local church.

All those past, present, and future leaders in the church will benefit greatly from this Christ-honoring and exhaustive work on pastoral ministry.





Lectures To My Students

by Charles Spurgeon

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Lectures To My Students by Charles Spurgeon

AuthorCharles Spurgeon
PublisherZondervan
Date1954
Pages443


Overview:

What can we learn from those in ministry who have been in the trenches for many years? What benefit can we receive from those who have laid the foundation for ministers in ages past?

For young pastors and those training from their calling of ministry it is important to learn from men like Charles Spurgeon. In his work, Lectures To My Students, Mr. Spurgeon provides readers with a biblically saturated look at the life of a minister.

The book moves swiftly through topics of ones call to ministry as well as the styles and substance of preaching while leaning on the great mind and experience of Mr. Spurgeon. It comes with a mix of the theology of being a pastor and practical advice for leading well in the local church.

All those past, present, and future leaders in the church will benefit greatly from this Christ-honoring and exhaustive work on pastoral ministry.