Series X, Cycle A
David O. Bales
David Bales' latest Lectionary Preaching Workbook: Series X, Cycle A invites teachers of the word to peer deep beneath the pages of scripture to consider broader perspectives and messages. Bales presents themes, summaries, exegesis, and a prayer, in each lectionary day, as resources to guide sermon development, always attempting to expose preachers to different perspectives and deeper knowledge.

Series V, Cycle A
D.J. Dent / Linda R. Holcombe
This is a collection of creative, cohesive worship ideas tied to the Revised Common Lectionary. This book is dedicated to the idea of embracing a common set of scriptures and bringing them to life in new and meaningful ways. The text is rooted in and bound to the text of the Bible for its source language, story, and metaphor. This will aid anyone in the preparation and leadership of worship in the Christian tradition.

Cycle A Sermons for Advent / Christmas / Epiphany
Dean Feldmeyer
In Grace and Peace, Dean Feldmeyer's latest collection of sermons for Cycle A, the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany are celebrated by acknowledging the secular, cultural parts of the season and, at the same time, they are first and foremost celebrations of God's incarnation in the living Christ.

Cycle A Gospel Sermons for Proper 13 Through Proper 22
Roy W. Howard
Beyond Fairness includes sermons for Pentecost (middle third). These sermons could also be used by adult forums and small group Bible studies for helpful conversation.

Cycle A Gospel Sermons for Pentecost Sunday Through Proper 12
R. Kevin Mohr

The sermons presented in God At Work are generally more topical or thematic than expository. All of them have been edited from their original context of sermons shared with the people of English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bluffton, Ohio. But the liveliness and spirit of these messages have not been lost in the editing.

Series II, Cycle A
Peter Andrew Smith
The stories within CSS Publishing's latest Lectionary Stories for Preaching and Teaching, Series II, Cycle A are inspired by the source gospel passages and serve to highlight and illustrate the gospel Jesus taught through his words and life. They can serve as a companion when studying the scripture, as illustrations for sermons, and as devotional material for personal or group use. 

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Sermons, Exegesis/Commentary, Stories for Preaching, and Worship Resources
David Bales, D.J. Dent, Linda R. Holcombe, Peter Andrew Smith, Dean Feldmeyer, David G. Plant, Marian R. Plant, R. Kevin Mohr, Roy W. Howard, Albert G. Butzer, III
Make life easier for you and your congregation by getting the tools and resources you need for an active and enthusiastic church year.

Gospel Sermons for an Entire Year
Dean Feldmeyer, David and Marian Plant, R. Kevin Mohr, Roy W. Howard, Albert G. Butzer III
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 A Gospel texts.

Cycle B Sermons for Proper 16 - 29 Based on the Gospel texts
Frank Ramirez

Frank Ramirez challenges the modern Church as he explores that question in Mark His Word: Cycle B Sermons for Proper 16 through Thanksgiving Based on the Gospel Texts. Using analogies from the space race to a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov to the diary of a Civil War-era abolitionist preacher, Ramirez paints a variety of pictures of what it looks like to act in allegiance to the cause of Christ, to answer the call of the Holy Spirit no matter the consequences.

The pastor who utilizes Mark His Word will see a church reinvigorated in time for Advent, prepared to step forth courageously into the world to live and speak truth to a world dying to know it.

Series II, Cycle B
Peter Andrew Smith

These are the simple, quiet vignettes Smith offers in his third collection of stories.Lectionary Stories for Preaching and Teaching: Series II, Cycle Bis inspired by the details Jesus draws from everyday life in the Gospel of Mark. Likewise, Smith delves into the ordinary to explore the extraordinary power of the Holy Spirit alive from moment to moment today.

Lectionary Stories for Preaching and Teaching is an accessible collection of stories ideal for inviting both experienced disciples and those young in the Christian faith alike to discover the Lord yet at work where and when we least expect Him.