A Study In The Psalms
Ron Lavin
Ron Lavin provides an ideal resource for small groups who want to explore the Psalms, or for preachers who want to present an inspirational series of sermons. Discussion questions are provided at the end of each chapter, as well as a guide for leader

And Other Occasional Sermons
John N. Brittain
The fifteen sermons in this volume will provide busy pastors with a resource for several occasions:
* A mini-series for summer - The Christian Journey
* Two sermons for weddings (or the wedding season)
* Two sermons for the beginning of s

Sermons On The Lord's Prayer
Alex A. Gondola, Jr.
Prayer is a powerful force -- in Tennyson's oft-quoted phrase, "more things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of." But the Lord's Prayer is so familiar that we often take it for granted, reciting it by rote and missing its deeper meaning.

Ten Narratives in God's Word
Kris Linner
Women and the Word uses first person narratives to engage people with various texts of scripture. The book can be used in small group studies, confirmation groups, retreats, or Sunday school. Whether the narratives are performed, read

Another Look At The Parables Of Jesus
Ron Lavin
Ron Lavin writes, ”The parables of Jesus pop our preconceptions and misconceptions, upset our equilibrium, and yet comfort us. They are wake-up calls -- each one is like a bucket of cold water thrown in our face.” Indeed, the parables are some of the

Preaching Resurrection Texts
William H. Shepherd, Jr.
Including 21 sermons, this fascinating volume looks at the scriptural texts concerning a pivotal New Testament theme -- the resurrection of Jesus -- and examines how they may be read in various interpretive communities. Shepherd analyzes each of the major New Testament wr...

Six Monologues Of Biblical Heroes
Lynda Pujado
These six monologues are accompanied by a worship service which includes a call to worship, scripture readings, a pastoral prayer, and suggested hymns.

Monologues include:
Noah
Abraham
Joseph
Moses
A Wise Man
Chuza

The Answer To WWJD
Robert D. Prescott-Ezickson
The acronym WWJD (What would Jesus do?) has become a popular device for making ethical and moral decisions, and evaluating how we should act in a wide range of situations. But this seemingly ubiquitous slogan has also been used to trivialize Jesus an

Preaching The I Am Statements Of Jesus
Ronald J. Lavin
Who is Jesus Christ? These fourteen chapters answer that question in his own words: I AM the light of the world ... I AM the way, the truth and the life ... I AM the Good Shepherd ... I AM the alpha and the omega..., Why a book on the I AM sayings of...

Faith Seeking Understanding
John R. Brokhoff
This newly revised study of the Apostles’ Creed, originally published in 1987, now contains seventeen chapters and study guides, significantly expanding upon the seven chapters of the original work.

When first published, this landmark book we...