The Spurgeon Lectures

and an Evening with Alistair Begg

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The fourth annual Charles H. Spurgeon Lectures on Biblical Preaching will be delivered by Pastor Alistair Begg. Join us October 18-19 in the Daniel Lee Chapel for a great time of rich exposition and God-exalting worship from one of the most impactful preachers of our day.

This important lecture series is named in honor of the famous British pastor Charles Haddon Spurgeon, often referred to as the “Prince of Preachers,” and serve as an annual reminder of the importance of biblical exposition in the life of the church and a complement to Midwestern Seminary’s commitment to resource the church with solid ministry training. Midwestern Seminary is also the home of The Charles Spurgeon Center and Library, which consists of approximately 7,000 books, letters, and artifacts curated by Dr. Christian George.

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You are cordially invited to join us at Midwestern Seminary for An Evening with Alistair Begg. Pastor Begg has been the Senior Pastor of Parkside Church near Cleveland, Ohio for over 30 years and has been heard by millions as the voice of the radio program Truth for Life. The author of numerous books, including What Angels Wish They Knew and Preaching for God’s Glory, Dr. Begg is internationally known for his commitment to the eternal and authoritative truths of Scripture and for his winsome, pastoral approach in the pulpit. This event is free and open to the public, but you must RSVP to secure your seat.

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About Alistair Begg

Pastor Begg has been the Senior Pastor of Parkside Church near Cleveland, Ohio for over 30 years and has been heard by millions as the voice of the radio program Truth for Life. The author of numerous books, including What Angels Wish They Knew and Preaching for God’s Glory, Pastor Begg is internationally known for his commitment to the eternal and authoritative truths of Scripture and for his winsome, pastoral approach in the pulpit.

During his visit, Alistair Begg will be formally inducted as a Spurgeon Fellow for his ongoing leadership in equipping church leaders, for his commitment to expository preaching, and for his service to the broader evangelical community. He will join previous inductees and Spurgeon lecturers John MacArthur, Mark Dever, and Albert Mohler.