Ray Rhodes: The Untold Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon

by | Nov 17, 2021 | American History, Christian Church, Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastor's Perspective, Podcast, Salvation | 0 comments

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TODAY’S GUEST: RAY RHODES, JR. is the founding pastor of Grace Community Church of Dawsonville, GA and as president of Nourished in the Word Ministries. He has served four congregations over three decades of pastoral ministry. Ray has published several books and holds theological degrees from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (D.Min.).

We discuss the amazing lives of Charles and Susie Spurgeon. There is so much we don’t know about their marriage, trials, ministry, and deep dedication to the Lord. David also addresses the media’s framing of “white evangelicals” and the Biden Administration now working with Facebook to monitor content (speech!).

Your ways, O Lord, are past finding out, but they are very gracious and tender; and this turning of seeming evil into good, of making your children’s trials grow into triumphs, and their pains into pleasures, is a wonderful proof both of your pity and your power. – Susannah Spurgeon

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Charles Spurgeon is esteemed for his writing, preaching, and passion for the Lord. But behind the great man was a great wife—and between the man and wife was a profound marriage. Yours, Till Heaven invites you into the untold love story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon to discover how the bond between this renowned couple helped fuel their lifelong service to the Lord. Discover how Charles and Susie traversed the challenges of loneliness, physical affliction, popularity, controversy, and other trials together with a heavenly vision. 


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