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Charles Spurgeon Reflects on Andrew Fuller’s Baptism

On July 19, 1863, Charles Haddon Spurgeon was preaching from Romans 10:10 on “Confession with the Mouth” at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. During the sermon he reflected on his reading “the life of good Andrew Fuller” the previous day. 440 more words

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Letter from C. H. Spurgeon to A. G. Fuller Commending Andrew Fuller

In 1831, Andrew Gunton Fuller, the son of Andrew Fuller (1754-1815), gathered together all of his father’s writings and published them in five volumes. This set was later revised by Joseph Belcher and published in three volumes by the American Baptist Publication Society in 1845.(1) These sets had included a biographical memoir of Fuller by A. 248 more words

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From the College Counsellor - Making Friends and Mending Friendships

Having strong friendships  will enhance your child’s enjoyment of school and their overall  wellbeing.

Our College Counsellor, Paul Hopkins has provided these great articles by Andrew Fuller with tips on how to establish and maintain strong friendships. 66 more words

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Unlocking Your Child's Genius

Last night I went to an information session at my daughters school and at this information session Andrew Fuller clinical psychologist, presented on his latest book “unlocking your child’s genius” … 158 more words


An initial reading plan of Andrew Fuller

By Michael A.G. Haykin

I was recently asked by a brother who had purchased Andrew Fuller’s Works where and what to begin reading. I suggested first off, his circular letters, especially these: 124 more words

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Andrew Fuller on Preaching Christ

by Tom Hicks

“We preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake.” 2 Corinthians 4:5

Andrew Fuller believed that a preacher’s greatest responsibility is to preach Christ and Him crucified. 74 more words

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Reformed Baptist Piety

by Bob Gonzales

Reformed Baptist Seminary asked Dr. Michael Haykin to deliver three lectures on the practical piety exemplified in the teaching and practice of early English Baptists of the 17th and 18th centuries. 136 more words