Cycle C Sermons Based on the Second Lessons for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany
Scott A. Bryte, Kimberly Miller van Driel
Focusing this collection of sermons on the Second Reading during Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, Scott Bryte and Kimberly Miller van Driel deftly relate the struggles, the doubts, and uncertainties of the modern Christian.

Cycle A Sermons Based on Second Lessons for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany
Charley Reeb

Lose The Cape, Cycle A Sermons Based on Second Lessons for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, are written by Charley Reeb. These sermons are jam-packed with thought-provoking ideas, stories, and life lessons. “After all, what other profession requires you to prepare a keynote address every week? If you don’t happen to have a staff of researchers and speech writers at your disposal, you must learn to be resourceful. I hope this book in your hands will be a helpful resource for you as you prepare sermons.”

Cycle A Sermons for Proper 18 - Thanksgiving Based on the Gospel Texts
Steven Molin
In Others: Sermons We Should Be Preaching to Ourselves, a series of messages based on the Lectionary, Cycle A, written from the gospel texts, by Dr. Steve Molin, the reader will find illustrations that help to explain God’s message in new and interesting ways. Finding the stories and word pictures that more easily tie into the lectionary readings for each Sunday will help the person in the pulpit make his or her sermon more compelling to the people in the pews.

Cycle C Sermons for Proper 17 - Thanksgiving Based on the Gospel Lessons
Jill Duffield
Covering the second half of the Season after Pentecost, Jill Duffield uses the 15 sermons in this collection to address the uncertainties that Christians may come across when reading scripture.

Gospel Sermons For Lent And Easter, Cycle A
Thomas G. Long
Based on texts from the Revised Common and Catholic lectionaries, Thomas Long provides inspirational messages to motivate and help preachers through their most difficult preaching time of the year, the seasons of Lent and Easter.

The road to Easter takes us through the most sacred stretch of the Gospel story, and the narratives simply overwhelm us ... Congregations who blithely assume that their pastor eagerly relishes the chance to preach th

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...

Gospel Sermons for an Entire Year
Susan R. Andrews, R. Robert Cueni, Robert C. Cochran, Molly James, George Reed, O.S.L.
If you're get ideas and gain confidence reading full-length sermons and/or use them as spring boards for your own sermons, or looking for great illustrative material, you can't go wrong with this series of sermons based on the Cycle C Gospel texts

Sermons for Pentecost Sunday Through Proper 14 Based On the Gospel Texts For Cycle A
Tom M. Garrison
The Word in Other Words presents a beautiful collection of thoughts and experiences, ushering the reader into a closer examination of their walk with God. Too often we forget that the significance of Easter is its ability to deliver a future, saving us from the past and the present with its offer of redemptive hope. As Reverend Dr. Tom Garrison urges the Christ follower to surrender despair and exchange it for hope, he boldly calls us to pursue lives filled with gratitude, risk, and faithfulness -- lives centered on a future that is only possible because of the cross and an empty grave. The Word in Other Words confidently encourages us to follow Jesus, reminding us that he is the only one who can carry our burdens and mend our brokenness.

Cycle C Sermons for Pentecost Day Through Proper 12 Based on the Gospel Texts
Robert C. Cochran
Cochran's sermons merge truths found throughout the ancient pages of Scripture with present-day relevance and urgency. Designed as a sermon resource, Spirit Works can also be used as a devotional for small group or private study.


Sermons for Proper 24 through Thanksgiving Based on the Gospel Texts
David G. Rogne
David Rogne combines over fifty years of personal scholarship and reflection in All About the Kingdom, a collection of Cycle A sermons for the last third of the Season of Pentecost, with a predominant message on the ever-present reality of the kingdom of God. Rogne's refreshing commitment to the authority of scripture creates relevant reflections on the teachings of Jesus that can be used by anyone who wants to better understand the calling of Christ.