Reflections on the Scriptures for Cycle B
Richard Gribble

The Lenten season is a time to "retune our communication system" in an earnest effort to seek God, holding on to hope no matter the trials that come our way. Though we face struggle and even death, the promise of the Lenten season is new life and a return to the home where we truly belong.

Each lesson in Walking the Journey of Lent: Reflections on the Scriptures for Cycle B is bolstered by opening and closing prayers, contextual scripture and discussion questions.

Communion Meditations
William Powell Tuck
Communion is one of the few universal practices in every Christian church, yet even communion can be divisive as followers of Christ wrestle with how to properly obey the Lord's command: "This do in remembrance of me." The Abiding Presence: Communion Meditations is an invitation to all believers to come together around the central meaning of communion on which all Christians can agree.

A Bible Study for Lent
Bill Thomas

Bill Thomas' Surrounded by Grace: A Bible Study for Lent is a tool based on the Gospel of John to help pastors, small groups and congregations answer the question of what grace is in a modern context. From the story of Jesus turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana to his conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well, Thomas uses John's words to affirm that the Lord's favor extends to all no matter how insignificant we see ourselves or our problems.

Cycle C Sermons Based on Second Lessons for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany
Mary Austin
These sermons use the words and actions of Paul to call out these false gods, to reveal our idolatry and its cause: our longing for the true source of peace. Once we have determined the cause of our love/hate relationship with the Christmas season, we can begin to pursue the counter-cultural cure.

Meeting God at the Mallting God at the Mall shows us there is no obstacle too great to prevent us from finding our way back to the peace we can find only in our loving Savior.

Seeking Truth and Balance In Religion and Politics
Thomas Lentz

The Faith of a Skeptic explores the diverse ways in which truth is perceived. Skepticism reminds us that the search for truth is not the same as the search for certainty. Firmly held beliefs can misguide us and impede our acceptance of new information. In Greek philosophy belief was a lower form of knowledge. The book has received praise from a wide audience.

Cycle A Sermons for Lent and Easter Based on First Reading Texts
Tony S. Everett
Show-and-Tell guides us through some of the earliest accounts in the Bible in Genesis and Exodus, as well as the prophetic words of Isaiah and Ezekiel. During the Easter season, the first readings also explore the beginnings of Christianity as recounted in Acts. By taking us back to the beginning, Dr. Everett offers insight and encouragement into how we can live out our faith today.

Gospel Sermons for Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Robert Leslie Holmes
Dr. Leslie Holmes is one of America's finest scholar preachers, an impelling communicator in both the spoken and, as you will witness, the written word. He writes as he speaks -- with conviction, warmth, and insight.
Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie
Former Chaplain, United States Senate

Dr. Leslie Holmes has a keen mind coupled with a heart that burns with passion for evangelism.
Dr. R.C. Sproul
Author and Theologian

Gospel Sermons For Lent/Easter, Cycle A
Albert G. Butzer III
Albert Butzer believes that ”sermons should speak to the real and immediate lives of listeners and be grounded in the everyday events of their lives.” This collection of sermons for Lent and Easter based on gospel texts definitely achieves that goal;

Sermons And Worship Services For Lent And Easter
Elaine M. Ward
Here are all the pastoral resources you need for a complete and integrated Lenten season of preaching and worship -- Ash Wednesday through Easter, including Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.

Included for each Sunday or worship service are:

Fifteen Eye-Opening Stories from the Bible (Revised)
James McKarns