Spurgeon Archive (MP3): Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) is one of the most beloved and respected preachers in history. He was born at Kelvedon, a small town in Essex, England. Converted at 16, he preached his first sermon later that year. At 19 he was called to pastor the New Park Street Chapel in London, which later became the Metropolitan Tabernacle seating more than 6,000. Today he is history's most widely read preacher (apart from those found in Scripture), with more written material available than by any other Christian author, living or dead. These 400+ quality readings by Charles Koelsch are taken from the radio program "The Prince of Preachers."
Conferences (MP3): Messages from MZBC/Chapel Library conferences on the themes of family and foundational doctrines, including Geoff Thomas (Wales), George McDearmon (NY), Joel Beeke (MI), Sam Waldron (KY), Scott Brown (NC), and Voddie Baucham (TX).
Mount Zion Pulpit (MP3): Sermons from the services of Mount Zion Bible Church, Pastor Jeff Pollard preaching.
Also in North America:
Audio Cassette Tapes: The Tape Catalog has over 7,000 sermons, messages and books on tape - on audio cassettes only, available in North America by mail in small quantities without charge. To request the Tape Catalog in print, email or write to us, or download the PDFs (Titles, Instructions). Speakers include Barnard, Chantry, Griswold, Hulse, MacArthur, Martin, Piper, L.R. Shelton, Jr., and many others. With permission from the MLJ Trust we also reproduce 1,500 messages on cassette tape by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.