Volume 1 & 2 — 26 Sermons Based on the Gospel of Luke
Robert Blair
Luke Alive, Volume 1 & 2 guides ministers through our deepest of Christian fears and desires, and offers satisfying answers based firmly in scripture. It is a must-have volume for pastors seeking to answer direct questions with plain language, whether from the pulpit or the living room couch.

13 sermons based on the Gospel of Luke
Robert Blair
"Do you feel as though God favors you? That He is on your side? That He is always with you?"

These are the questions Robert Blair asks in the first of 13 sermons in Luke Alive, Volume 1. They cut straight to the Christian heart. They address our greatest fear: that we might not be good enough for God.That we might not enjoy his favor.

Blair does not stop short at dismissing our fears with a casual overview of grace. He addresses where they come from, a natural drive to earn favor, to work toward something we can never fully attain ourselves. The Gospel of Luke shows us what we can "earn" with our actions and what we can't.

In Mary, the Mother of Jesus we have an image of what it means to be chosen, to be given the Lord's favor. In Jesus' proclamation of the year of the Lord's favor at Nazareth we see that, favored as we may be, there is a kind of favor we can earn when we seize the opportunity. In the story of Jesus and his disciples picking grain on the Sabbath we learn that we do not earn favor by following rules.

That's when it gets really exciting.

Luke Alive guides ministers through our deepest of Christian fears and desires, and offers satisfying answers based firmly in scripture. It is a must-have volume for pastors seeking to answer direct questions with plain language, whether from the pulpit or the living room couch.

13 Sermons Based on the Gospel of Luke
Robert Blair
Luke Alive guides ministers through the deepest of Christian fears and desires, and offers satisfying answers based firmly in scripture. It is a must-have volume for pastors seeking to answer direct questions with plain language, whether from the pulpit or the living room couch.

Sermons for Lent / Easter Based on Gospel and Second Lesson Texts
April Yamasaki, Ronald H. Love
These Gospel and Second Lesson sermons be handy for illustrations and will generate new ideas for your own sermons. This package is a great way to start off your sermon writing for Ash Wednesday through The Ascension.

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Sermons for the Season After Pentecost Based on Gospel Texts
William G. Carter, Steven Molin
These Gospel sermons are great for illustrations and will generate new ideas for your own sermons. This package is a great way to start off your sermon writing for the rest of Cycle A.

Stories of Hope for Preaching and Teaching In a Graceless World
John Pennington
Through various stories and examples, Pennington proves how grace is always active in our world; we just need to open our eyes to recognize and accept it. Those with grace should be willing to grant it to others, especially in their hardest hours.

Sermons for Lent / Easter Based on Gospel and Second Lesson Texts
Wayne Brouwer, Bonnie Bates
These Gospel and Second Lesson sermons are great for illustrations and will generate new ideas for your own sermons. This package is a good way to start off your sermon writing for Ash Wednesday through The Ascension.

Preaching the Book of Revelation In Mainline Churches Today
Rolf D. Svanoe
Because Revelation is often misunderstood in the media, Svanoe goal with this volume is “providing a resource for preachers to engage the latest research and insights into Revelation.”

Looking Again at the Parables of Jesus
Willam Powell Tuck
There are so many books of sermons on the parables. I have almost twenty just on my shelf! Could preachers and laypeople need another one? The answer is “Yes” when it is William P. Tuck’s Stories that Continue to Speak to Us Today... — Ronald J. Allen, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis.

Reflections on the Songs of Ascents in the Psalms for Lent and Easter
William G. Carter
Perfect for use during Lent and Easter, William G. Carter's reflections accentuate the advice that the Psalms of Ascent offer to those searching for the path to God.