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Series X, Cycle C
David O. Bales

Designed specifically as a sermon resource for Cycle C, the Lectionary Preaching Workbook will benefit any student of the word, and can be used for sermon starters, individual Bible study, and adult study groups.

Cycles A, B, And C
Jerry L. Schmalenberger
Written as a companion volume to Schmalenberger’s acclaimed CSS title The Miracles Of Jesus And Their Flip Side, this book takes an imaginative look at twelve of Jesus’ parables by examining their traditional interpretation (the ”hit” side), a

Cycles A, B, And C
Jerry L. Schmalenberger
The miracles of Jesus are some of the most striking passages in the New Testament -- they bring the power of God "up close and personal" by dramatically rearranging human situations and teaching us great spiritual truths. But how can we translate the

Series I, Cycle C
J. Ellsworth Kalas; David J. Kalas; Frank Honeycutt; Stephen M. Crotts; R. Robert Cueni
Full of gripping illustrations that bring the scriptures to life, this anthology of sermons for the entire church year offers readers a treasure trove of spiritual guidance. Five distinguished preachers representing a variety of denominations and ministry settings contribute messages based on gospel texts for each Sunday and major celebration in Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Their thoughtful meditations proclaim the Good News for today's

Series VI, Cycle C
H. Burnham Kirkland
Preparing to lead a congregation in worship each Sunday is a formidable and pressure-filled responsibility. That's why busy worship planners will love this all-new edition of a favorite CSS reference. It's a handy, easy-to-use resource with several prayers and a worship theme relating to the assigned scriptural passages for every Sunday and major observance in Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. For each First Lesson, Second Lesson, and Gospel text there's a call to worship, an invocation/collect, a prayer of

Series VI, Cycle C
E. Carver McGriff
Preachers must understand the teaching techniques of parable and hyperbole, not to mention having a good background in systematic theology, in order to understand what the Bible's writers really meant.... But our responsibility is also to reduce the complexities of Bible study to such simplicities that our many listeners, ranging from busy young professional people to aging men and women

Gospel Sermons For Sundays After Pentecost (First Third), Cycle C
Glenn E. Ludwig
Stories are a powerful element in preaching. They have a way of triggering connections and bringing life to otherwise mundane illustrations. Stories capture our imaginations, pique our memories, and envelop us in the drama of life. Glenn Ludwig bring

Gospel Sermons For Sundays After Pentecost (Middle Third), Cycle C
Thomas A. Renquist
The world of the Bible is quite different from our own. According to Thomas Renquist, it’s a topsy-turvy world where guests become hosts, where masters are turned into servants, where hoarders are transformed into givers, where peace-making is experi...

With An Eye To The New (Cycle C)
Elizabeth Achtemeier
Prominent author and biblical scholar Elizabeth Achtemeier provides an outstanding preaching and study resource with this collection of brief expositions on all of the First Lesson texts contained in Cycle C of the Revised Common and Lutheran Lection

Applications For Contemporary Life, Cycle C
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.