C.H. Spurgeon was known as the "Prince of Preachers," and while it's not difficult to see why people should focus on this aspect of Spurgeon's life and ministry, he wasn't just a preacher: he was involved in an extraordinarily wide range of Christian social activity.
But who was the real man behind the headlines?
What was his prayer-life like and what was his attitude toward the Bible?
Did he have weaknesses and if so, how were these overcome?
Peter Morden's C.H. Spurgeon―The People's Preacher explores these and other questions, illustrated in full color and published alongside the film of the same name.
Includes sections at the end of each chapter to challenge and encourage readers to discover more of what they can learn from and about Spurgeon.