Names Carved on Hearts

Charles H. Spurgeon once wrote: "A good character is the best tombstone. Those who loved you and were helped by you will remember you when forget-me-nots have withered. Carve your name on hearts, not on marble." 

In remembrance of beloved pastors and pilgrims, many Presbyterian funeral discourses, wherein the lives and legacy of saints have been preserved, more so on hearts than marble, but also digitally, and assembled in one place at Log College Press

They include tributes to the lives of pastors and professors, men and women, old and young, and lead into discourses on the providence of God, how one can triumph in the midst of suffering, and the doctrine of the resurrection of the body. 

James M. Garrettson, author of Pastor-Teachers of Old Princeton: Memorial Addresses for the Faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary, 1812-1921, also assembled some of these memorial discourses in his valuable volume, which is available here

Bookmark our Funeral Discourses page to learn more about these beloved saints, and the lessons that can be learned from their lives and legacies.