Series V, Cycle B (revised edition)
Russell Anderson
Bigger, stronger, better! This newly revised edition of Russell Anderson's best-selling Lectionary Preaching Workbook retains all of the great features that have made it an indispensable tool for busy pastors who need a helping hand with their weekly homiletic research and want to make the most of their limited preparation time.

Series VI, Cycle B
E. Carver McGriff
McGriff provides some of the most timely and thought-provoking research on the lectionary texts ever made available. Included for each Sunday in the lectionary are:
A listing of the Revised Common, Roman Catholic, and Episcopal lectionary texts.
A description of the Psalm of the day.
A prayer for the day.
Commentary that is more than academic exegesis -- McGriff brings to the

Lectionary Devotional for Cycle B
Stephen P. McCutchan
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

Cycle B
John R. Brokhoff
Your partner in intelligent, meaningful sermon preparation Cycle B

Exegesis
The Situation
The Setting
Cultural and Historical Contexts
Other Lectionary Texts For the Day
Meanings and Derivations of Key Words

Cycle B Sermons for Lent/Easter Based On Gospel Texts
John W. Clarke
This collection of sermons is a valuable resource for:

- Sermon starters and illuminating illustrations

- Gaining a new homiletical perspective to the lectionary

- Offering a newer, deeper understanding and appreciation of scripture

- Using as a starter for adult Bible study groups or personal devotions

Series III, Cycle B
Harold H. Lentz
One cannot read the miracles of Christ reported in the Gospel of Mark without being convinced of the divinity of Christ. John Mark repeatedly records Christ's divine powers over nature, illness, severe physical handicaps, and sin. These events in which God's power entered into human situations had profound effects on those who witnessed them -- and they continue to teach us great spiritual truths

Applications For Contemporary Life, Cycle B
Richard E. Gribble
The parable is the most well-known literary form presented in the Gospels - and since narrative or story sermons are such a prominent element in the contemporary pulpit, pastors are preaching on the parable texts more frequently than ever.

This book provides a thorough and complete examination of each of the parables in Cycle B of the

First Lesson Sermons For Sundays After Pentecost (Last Third), Cycle B
John A. Stroman
Writing on the lectionary texts from Job, Stroman deals with extremely contemporary issues. We discover in these messages that Job’s struggles are the same as ours. The texts from Ruth and 1 Samuel introduce us to four important Old Testament women:

Cycle B Sermons For Lent and Easter Based On The Gospel Texts
John Jamison
Jamison takes us through Jesus' journey to the cross, but rather than following the traditional sermon structure, he invites us to pull up a chair and listen, to imagine with him those days when Jesus walked the earth and ushered in the kingdom of heaven.

Series II, Cycle B
William Keeney
Parables provide insights and lessons which are timeless. When they are employed in preaching the hearer receives images which are easy to remember. Preaching the parables provides a means of communicating the teachings of Jesus for modern Christians. Preaching the parables provides a means of communicating the teachings of Jesus for modern Christians. For each Cycle B parable Keeney includes