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

Series IX, Cycle A
Mark Ellingsen
Mark Ellingsen's new Lectionary Preaching Workbook will be a wonderful resource for pastors for decades to come. I say this because I find the book to be exegetically sound, theologically strong, homiletically creative, liturgically sensitive, and imminently practical in the best sense of that word. Practical Theology of the highest order -- that's what describes Ellingsen's workbook.
-- William J. Carl III, Ph.D., President and Professor of Homiletics, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Commentaries for Cycle A
Anthology
For each Sunday in Cycle A, the writers and editors of "Charting the Course," an integral part of Emphasis: A Lectionary Preaching Journal from CSS Publishing Company, delve into the heart of the lectionary readings, providing you, the pastor with in-depth lectionary-based commentary; relating several fresh, solid ideas -- based squarely on the lectionary texts -- for creating sermons that speak powerfully to your audience.

Series IX, Cycle A For The Revised Common Lectionary
George Reed, O.S.L
Lectionary Worship Aids for Cycle A allows ministers and worship leaders to tie the entire worship experience together for their congregations.

Cycle A
Anthology
This compilation of stories for the entire Cycle A church year is taken from StoryShare

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.

Cycle A Sermons for Proper 15 Through Proper 23 Based on the Gospel Texts
Kristen Borsgard Wee
The sermons in To Drown Hell and Burn Heaven beautifully illustrate the ability of holy language to change lives. With a lyrical voice, Kristin Borsgard Wee challenges the reader to look beyond the text in order to allow the ancient idea of a transforming "white fire" to move us and to equip us in our faith.

Sermons For Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany Based On The Gospel Texts For Cycle A
James L. Killen Jr.

God's New Possibility reflects upon the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany in Cycle A, unpacking the truths of a divine hope ushered into the world through the infant Christ.