Preaching The Miracles Of Jesus, Cycle C
John W. Wurster
The stories of Jesus’ miracles can be challenging to modern sensibilities, conditioned as we are to believe that there must be a logical explanation for water being turned into wine or nets suddenly overflowing with fish. But John Wurster suggests th...

Series VII, Cycle C
Jerry L. Schmalenberger
Delivering a fresh, timely reflection every week on assigned scripture passages is a formidable challenge for even the most resourceful preacher. So when you’re short on time or need creative ideas to jump-start your sermon preparation, the ne...


Series III, Cycle C
Dallas A. Brauninger
Jesus used his parables to teach ordinary persons with mundane concerns about the kingdom of God; and because these simple stories contain universal truth that transcends time and culture, they still strike a powerful chord with us nearly two millennia later. Preaching The Parables provides a gold mine of background material on each of the eighteen parables appearing in Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Dallas Brauninger brings a fresh,

Series VII, Cycle C
Jerry L. Schmalenberger
Delivering a fresh, timely reflection every week on assigned scripture passages is a formidable challenge for even the most resourceful preacher. So when you're short on time or need creative ideas to jump-start your sermon preparation, the newest edition of this classic CSS resource is just what the doctor ordered! Prominent pastor, former seminary president, and prolific author Jerry Schmalenberger draws on the experience of a lifetime in the ministry to

Series V, Cycle C
Russell F. Anderson
Bigger, stronger, better! Russell Anderson has taken the most original and successful lectionary resource in history and improved on it. He has kept all of the traditional features that have made it a classic, such as: overviews of each liturgical season, commentaries compatible with the Revised Common, Roman Catholic and Episcopal lectionaries, and introduction to the featured Gospel narrator (Luke, in Cycle C), theological reflections for exploring the

56 Vignettes For Cycle C
Robert F. Crowley
These three- to four-minute skits introduce the theme of the Gospel lesson each Sunday. The texts are chosen from Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary.

Written with WIT, WISDOM and HUMOR, they help create an audience that is ready to listen to and learn from the sermon.

Requires minimal preparation
Few props
2-4 characters


Series II, Cycle C
William Keeney
Parables provide insights and lessons that 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.

With each parable Keeney includes:
Scripture Text so readers do not have to refer to the Bible
The theme of the parable
The context of