Series I, Cycle B
Cathy A Ammlung, Stephen Crotts, Paul Flesner, Robert a Noblett, David G. Rogne
Filled with wit, insight, and inspiration, this anthology includes sermons for each Sunday and major celebration throughout the Christian year based on Gospel Readings from Cycle B of the Revised Common Lectionary. The thoughtful and imaginative messages from preachers across the denominational spectrum proclaim the Good News in today's language -- helping readers apply the lessons of scripture

Cycle A Sermons for Proper 15 Through Proper 23 Based on the Gospel Texts
Kristen Borsgard Wee
The sermons in To Drown Hell and Burn Heaven beautifully illustrate the ability of holy language to change lives. With a lyrical voice, Kristin Borsgard Wee challenges the reader to look beyond the text in order to allow the ancient idea of a transforming "white fire" to move us and to equip us in our faith.

Cycle B Sermons For Proper 23 Through Christ the King Based On The Gospel Texts
April Yamasaki

Yamasaki's Ordinary Time with Jesus presents ten sermons for the season after Pentecost (last third) that beautifully weave the gospel scriptures with our daily experiences. She reminds us to surrender our ideas, our hopes, and our expectations to Jesus as she closes each sermon with a simple prayer, emphasizing total dependence upon Christ.

Cycle B Sermons for Proper 14 Through Proper 22 Based On The Gospel Texts
Rick McCracken-Bennett

McCracken-Bennett sets out to answer those questions as he leads churches through the events of the middle of the season after Pentecost. The author exposes his conviction that a culture of discipleship can only be created through a careful understanding of Jesus' character and mission. Through insightful dialogue, McCracken-Bennett considers the weight of Jesus' words for anyone who claims to be a follower and challenges pastors and congregations to examine well-known scriptural truths in new and thought-provoking ways.

Gospel Sermons For Sundays After Pentecost (Middle Third), Cycle A
Marilyn Saure Breckenridge
The lectionary passages from the Gospel of Matthew for the middle section of the Pentecost season raise many difficult questions of faith for modern Christians. In eleven eloquent and well-illustrated messages, Marilyn Saure Breckenridge examines the

Sermons On The Second Readings For Advent/Christmas/Epiphany
Timothy J. Smith

Gospel Sermons For Sundays After Pentecost (Last Third), Cycle A
Mary Sue Dehmlow Dreier
Mary Sue Dehmlow Dreier believes that our contemporary world desperately needs to hear the central message of the final chapters of Matthew’s Gospel. In this wonderful sermon series based on Cycle A lectionary gospel texts, Dreier deftly uses clear e...

Series I, Cycle C
Steven E. Albertin; Charles D. Reeb; Richard E. Gribble
Filled with wit, insight, and inspiration, this anthology includes sermons for every Sunday and major celebration throughout the Christian year based on the First Readings from Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Three outstanding preachers from diverse denominational backgrounds interpret texts from the Old Testament and Acts in fresh ways that proclaim the Good News for the 21st century. Their powerful messages remind us that the Hebrew scriptures are much more than just ancient history and

Series I, Cycle C
Robert S. Crilley; Dallas A. Brauninger; Gary L. Carver
Wherever you are in your walk with Christ, this anthology offers practical, scripture-based wisdom as well as delightfully serendipitous surprises on every page. Three outstanding preachers from diverse denominations provide a complete set of sermons for each Sunday and major celebration throughout the Christian year based on the Second Reading from Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Weaving together illustrations that enlighten

Series I, Cycle A
James L. Killen, Jr., Richard W. Ferris, William G. Carter, Jeff Wedge, and Richard C. Brand
This superb collection of biblically sound sermons based on the Second Readings from Cycle A of the Revised Common Lectionary covers every Sunday and major celebration of the church year. Five outstanding preachers from diverse denominations combine imaginative insights into the New Testament epistle texts with fresh, inspiring illustrations that enlighten the mind and warm the heart. By reliving the journey of Jesus through the prism of the early church's