The Prince of Preachers

“If a minister is not sure about his message let him keep quiet until he is.”

Today Charles Spurgeon is remembered as the “Prince of Preachers” for his unique preaching abilities.

At the age of 20 he took his first pastorate, and often spoke to over 10,000 in attendance without the benefit of modern amplification. Due to the growth of the his ministry, the church eventually relocated to a new facility and became known as the Metropolitan Tabernacle.