As Christians, we must attempt to look at history as it was — not simply as we are.
Ray Rhodes Jr.
Ray Rhodes Jr. (D.Min., SBTS) is president of Nourished in the Word Ministries and pastor of Grace Community Church of North Georgia. He is the author of Family Worship for the Christmas Season, Family Worship for the Thanksgiving Season, Family Worship for the Reformation Season, The Marriage Bed, and The Visionary Marriage, along with numerous articles on marriage and the family. He is presently writing a new biography on Susannah Spurgeon, which will be published by Moody Press.
On Valentine’s Day, Charles Spurgeon’s marriage is a model for us all.
When experiencing trials, Charles Spurgeon made a point to cling to God’s promises.
The best kind of vacation involves a restorative encounter with Jesus
One of the reasons Spurgeon was so rich in language and full in doctrinal substance is that he was always immersed in a great book.
Spurgeon’s first and nonnegotiable order of business each day, before he met with anyone else or put his hand to any other work, was devotional exercises.