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Resources for Churches

In 1867, Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon, driven by a desire to tackle poverty and injustice, founded an orphanage. Over 150 years later, his legacy lives on and the work of our charity is as relevant now as it was then. We want to engage with churches from all denominations across England to ensure his good work, and the deep Christian faith that inspired him to act, continues to help vulnerable children and families for years to come. Here we hope you will find useful and informative resources to help you join us through prayer and action. If you would like to make suggestions about other resources you would like to see, please contact us at: supportercare@spurgeons.org

Going the distance

A 7 day devotional in Hebrews

Going the distance is a seven-day devotional booklet that looks at Hebrews 12: 1-4. 

The booklet looks at the theme of endurance and how, in this world that has become increasingly difficult to understand, together, we can continue moving forward.

We pray that this devotional will encourage and inspire you in your journey.  

How you can help us

Pray

for the children and families we work with, for our volunteers and staff

Share

tell others why children need support, and how together we help them

Give

your donations will enable more children and young people to achieve their potential

Why support Spurgeons as your Christian charity?

Discover why many individuals, churches and organisations are providing hope to vulnerable children and families with Spurgeons.

I have been interested for many years and applaud all the work that is done to help those in special need - Supporter, September 2020

I have supported Spurgeons for some time and I like the Christian values of the organisation - Supporter, June 2020

I am hopeful that Spurgeons will go on supporting families for a very long time - Supporter, December 2020

"The difficulty of the Christian is very seldom the commencement of the work; the true labour lies in the perseverance which alone can win the victory."

Charles Haddon Spurgeon

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