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Cycle C Sermons For Proper 23 Through Christ The King Based on the Gospel Texts
Molly James
For the weary soul looking for a drink of fresh life, Ordinary Gratitude will become a time-tested collection of sermons that renews a tired spirit again and again.

Cycle B Sermons for Proper 14 Through Proper 22 Based On The Gospel Texts
Rick McCracken-Bennett

McCracken-Bennett sets out to answer those questions as he leads churches through the events of the middle of the season after Pentecost. The author exposes his conviction that a culture of discipleship can only be created through a careful understanding of Jesus' character and mission. Through insightful dialogue, McCracken-Bennett considers the weight of Jesus' words for anyone who claims to be a follower and challenges pastors and congregations to examine well-known scriptural truths in new and thought-provoking ways.

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Cycle A Gospel Sermons for Pentecost 23 Through Thanksgiving Day
Albert G. Butzer, III
In this latest collection of Cycle A gospel sermons for Pentecost (last third), Albert Butzer shows that we Christians live our lives with one leg in the ancient and sacred world of the Bible and the other leg in our modern, scientific world. The job of the preacher is to make holy sense of the intersection of these two worlds. It is a great honor and a sacred responsibility to do this, as well as a weekly lesson in humility.

Cycle C Sermons for Pentecost through Proper 17 Based on the Gospel Texts
Dave Zuchelli
It is often challenging to discuss with new believers – or even seasoned believers – the meatiest parts of Christian theology. You can't exactly answer these questions in the course of an elevator ride.

"What is the Holy Spirit? How does it work?"

"What does it mean for God to be in three persons?"

"Are demons really in the world? What are Christians supposed to do about demon possession?"

Dave Zuchelli draws from the Gospels of Luke and John to give you tools to wrestle with these questions. Whether from the pulpit, in a small group or personal conversation, the sermons inWatch This!remind us to enter into discussion with humility. To sit with our guests at the last seat at the table.

The Lord will meet you there.