Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was undoubtedly the most prolific evangelical preacher of the nineteenth century. His printed sermons alone fill sixty-three volumes. Yet Spurgeon also devoted himself to the preparation and spiritual development of younger ministers by founding the Pastor's College (1857) in which he and his co-workers trained nearly seven hundred preachers and evangelists. Spurgeon on Preaching contains selected lectures by Spurgeon to his young ministers in training. More than a book of homiletics, Spurgeon on Preaching tackles the heart of the would-be preacher, challenging and encouraging those who want to preach with the seasoned advice and experience of Spurgeon himself.