Streams of Living Water
Lectionary Devotional for Cycle B
Stephen P. McCutchan

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ISBN: 078802549X
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Pages: 290
We all need sustenance for our spiritual journey, and there's no better source of nourishment than reading God's Word. In these pages, McCutchan helps you fill your cup with a refreshing drink from the Almighty's streams of living water. complete set of meditations, based on scripture texts from Cycle B of the Revised Common Lectionary, guides you through each Sunday's passages by focusing on key themes and highlighting the central meaning for our everyday lives.

This volume is perfect for use as a daily devotional — five to-follow formats for personal meditation are included, allowing you to combine prayer time with reading one of the week's scripture texts and its accompanying commentary. It's also a valuable reference for preparation, as well as an excellent curriculum for adult classes integrating Bible study with Sunday worship. However you use it, Streams of Living Water is an inspirational resource that will your connection with the divine story and your ability to hear God's voice speaking through scripture.

Stephen P. McCutchan, after serving three churches in the pastoral ministry for 38 years, focuses his energies in retirement on developing resources to nurture and support the health of clergy. He leads workshops on clergy health and maintains a weekly blog reflecting on the life of clergy, www.smccutchan.com. He has written over a dozen books including a three-volume devotional for pastors based on the Revised Common Lectionary, and an award-winning book on using the Psalms in ministry. In 2013 he published a mystery novel, A Star and a Tear, and three volumes of short stories about various experiences of clergy life available at his website or on Amazon. He is currently working on a series of books under the theme Healthy Clergy Make Healthy Congregations that will include Rediscovering the Company of Pastors, An Interim's Gift to Congregations, and God Laughs, Why Don't You?