The Charles Haddon Spurgeon Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching exists to equip and encourage pastors to lead healthy, disciple-making churches for the glory of God around the world. The Center represents an intentional bridge between the seminary and the local church.
At Southeastern, we believe leadership and ministry skills development are responsibilities of discipleship and thus should be an intentional part of every local church ministry. Through the C. H. Spurgeon Center, we will be offering assistance, resources and training to our students, as well as to pastors and churches, to further equip them to serve well in the crucible of real life ministry.
We are asking vital questions such as: Who should a pastor be? What should a pastor know? What should a pastor be able to do? We will seek to accomplish our purpose and answer these questions through four major areas of training and ministry described in further detail on this site:
We look forward to serving you!
Dr. John H. Ewart
Director, the C.H. Spurgeon Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching
Associate Vice President for Global Theological Initiatives