About the Author
C.H. Spurgeon (June 19, 1834 – January 31, 1892) was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers."
One of Charles Haddon Spurgeon's most significant ministries was to the hundreds of preachers who were trained in the Pastors' College which he founded. In 1865 he began an annual conference for these men at which he customarily delivered a presidential address. The most outstanding of these were reprinted after his death in the form of this book. While Spurgeon is always both stimulating and challenging, the context in which these addresses were given brought the best out of him and gave them a unique quality. Full of biblical exposition, wise counsel, practical sanity and warm exhortation, they also sparkle with a delightful wit. Here is Spurgeon at his finest as a man with a pastoral heart par excellence. An All-Round Ministry is a work to which Christian ministers and leaders will return again and again for redirection, wisdom and encouragement.
I beleve this Book is an immense help for anyone who will give the blessed gospel of Christ. While Spurgeon is a Calvinist, This book is not aimed at the sreading of Calvinistic doctrine, but at providing an effective ministry. Spurgeon is thought provoking and witty, but doesn't dilly-dally, and makes no apology for the great truths of God and his word. This is a book definitely aimed at old fashioned preaching, which is essential to godliness in the pulpit. It is supported by scripture (KJV) and not popular opinion. This is definitely a book that is as relevant today as it was when it was written, and deserves to be in anyone's top ten who intends to follow the great commision of our Lord and "preach the gospel unto every living creature".