Cycle A Gospel Sermons for Lent and Easter
David G. and Marian R. Plant
Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! provides fourteen cycle A gospel sermons for Lent/Easter. In these sermons you will see the mix of the lives of the Plants, committed to social justice, the important context of the role of the church as that which speaks for Christ, and the importance of the need for individuals to take up the challenge of living their faith more fully.

Gospel Sermons for Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Robert Leslie Holmes
Dr. Leslie Holmes is one of America's finest scholar preachers, an impelling communicator in both the spoken and, as you will witness, the written word. He writes as he speaks -- with conviction, warmth, and insight.
Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie
Former Chaplain, United States Senate

Dr. Leslie Holmes has a keen mind coupled with a heart that burns with passion for evangelism.
Dr. R.C. Sproul
Author and Theologian

Cycle A Sermons for Lent and Easter Based on First Reading Texts
Tony S. Everett
Show-and-Tell guides us through some of the earliest accounts in the Bible in Genesis and Exodus, as well as the prophetic words of Isaiah and Ezekiel. During the Easter season, the first readings also explore the beginnings of Christianity as recounted in Acts. By taking us back to the beginning, Dr. Everett offers insight and encouragement into how we can live out our faith today.

Gospel Sermons For Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Albert G. Butzer III
Albert Butzer believes that ”sermons should speak to the real and immediate lives of listeners and be grounded in the everyday events of their lives.” This collection of sermons for Lent and Easter based on gospel texts definitely achieves that goal;

Gospel Sermons For Lent And Easter, Cycle A
Thomas G. Long
Based on texts from the Revised Common and Catholic lectionaries, Thomas Long provides inspirational messages to motivate and help preachers through their most difficult preaching time of the year, the seasons of Lent and Easter.

The road to Easter takes us through the most sacred stretch of the Gospel story, and the narratives simply overwhelm us ... Congregations who blithely assume that their pastor eagerly relishes the chance to preach th

Second Lesson Sermons For Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Harry N. Huxhold
Harry Huxhold's excellent sermons build on the epistle texts from the lectionary to express and explain the meaning of the Lord's passion and resurrection. His messages interpret the events of Jesus' life in the light of God's revelation to us throug

First Lesson Sermons For Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Robert J. Elder
Restoring The Future challenges readers to a deeper Easter faith by opening unexpected treasures in the first lesson lectionary passages from Genesis, Exodus, Samuel, the prophets, and the book of Acts.

Drawing upon thoughtfully mine

First Lesson Sermons For Lent and Easter, Cycle A
G. Edward Whetstone
The season of Lent and Easter find us Caught In The Acts -- caught in the acts of those who, as Luther said, are both saints and sinners all at once.
Those pastors who read sermons by other preachers, seeking

Sermons for Pentecost Sunday Through Proper 14 Based On the Gospel Texts For Cycle A
Tom M. Garrison
The Word in Other Words presents a beautiful collection of thoughts and experiences, ushering the reader into a closer examination of their walk with God. Too often we forget that the significance of Easter is its ability to deliver a future, saving us from the past and the present with its offer of redemptive hope. As Reverend Dr. Tom Garrison urges the Christ follower to surrender despair and exchange it for hope, he boldly calls us to pursue lives filled with gratitude, risk, and faithfulness -- lives centered on a future that is only possible because of the cross and an empty grave. The Word in Other Words confidently encourages us to follow Jesus, reminding us that he is the only one who can carry our burdens and mend our brokenness.

Sermons for Proper 24 through Thanksgiving Based on the Gospel Texts
David G. Rogne
David Rogne combines over fifty years of personal scholarship and reflection in All About the Kingdom, a collection of Cycle A sermons for the last third of the Season of Pentecost, with a predominant message on the ever-present reality of the kingdom of God. Rogne's refreshing commitment to the authority of scripture creates relevant reflections on the teachings of Jesus that can be used by anyone who wants to better understand the calling of Christ.