Cycle B Sermons Based on the Second Lesson for Lent and Easter
Richard Gribble

The cycle B second lesson sermons of Reverend Richard Gribble's Redemption to Transformation: The Journey of Lent and Easter represent an understanding of the challenges presented us through this highly significant and very special journey. The church in its wisdom gives us this opportunity annually to review where we are and, after ascertaining our present position, the challenge to move to higher realms that are more consistent with our common Christian call to holiness. It is hoped that these reflections will be helpful to you as together we travel the path from Lent to Easter, and eventually to Christ and eternal life.

Cycle B Sermons for Lent & Easter Based on the Gospel Texts
Timothy W Ayers

At times Rev. Ayers brings humor to the scene in order to lighten the mood of the listener. The body relaxes when we laugh and that helps us to hear the message. Imagining the Gospels hopefully will achieve this.

This book will make life easier for any busy pastor during the Lent and Easter season, by providing a sermon for each and every Sunday, when attendance is likely to be at its highest.

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.

Sermon, Worship and Drama Resources
Timothy W Ayers, Richard Gribble, Brand Eaton, Bill Thomas, Janet Burton, Roger E. Timm, Rolf Svanoe
Make life easier for you and your congregation by getting the tools and resources you need for an active and enthusiastic Lent.

Gospel Sermons for Lent/Easter, Cycle B
Donna Schaper
Through fascinating anecdotes and narrative stories, Donna Schaper relates these ancient texts to contemporary situations. She skillfully applies the Gospel of life and hope to circumstances of suffering and death...

A Sermon Series For Lent And Easter
Steven Molin
Drawing on the rich imagery of rocks and stones in scripture, these powerful messages center around the compelling metaphor of stones (and our willingness to throw them) as representative of our sins. As worshipers enter the sanctuary they are invite

Lenten Dialogues For Lectionary Cycle B
Roger E. Timm

Useful for a midweek Lenten gathering, a Sunday worship service, a retreat setting, or private and group devotionals, Acting Out the Messages of Mark and John relies on simple dialogue and staging as it introduces us to biblical characters such as Peter and his wife, Anna; St. James the Less and his parents, Alphaeus and Mary; Nicodemus; Jairus; and Mary of Bethany. Timm imagines each character's response to their immersion into the often-surprising narrative of God's kingdom, and he reveals ancient questions that many within today's church still ponder: Who is this man named Jesus? What is our response to divine forgiveness? What does Jesus' resurrection mean for us?

Six Lenten Sermons And Worship Services
Robert C. McCreight
The Psalms have long been recognized as a rich resource for individual spiritual enrichment and for magnificent corporate liturgical expression in the life of the church.

The Psalms Were Made For Lent provides a collection of six sermo

Based on Gospel Readings of the Revised Common Lectionary
David O. Bales
To the Cross and Beyond takes us through Jesus' final days on earth as recounted in the Sundays of Lent and Easter. David O. Bales explores some of the gospel's best-known moments as Jesus journeys to Jerusalem and, ultimately, to the Cross and then the empty tomb.

A Sermon Series
Maurice A. Fetty
This sermon series for Lent/Easter is fast-paced and illustrated with stories and anecdotes that keep the attention of readers and listeners. With titles such as ”The Challenge To Change,” ”The Challenge Of Tragedy,” ”The Challenge Of No-Fault Religi...