This category lists sites freely offering homiletical resources to pastors crafting sermons.
Features the official presence of the Academy of Homiletics on the web. There are areas for the general public as well as password-protected areas for members of the academy.
Sermon series by book and topic.
Brief commentaries on each of the four texts for last week, this week and next week. Episcopal.
Offers resources for preachers as well as an on-line community for sharing sermon ideas.
Sermons, Bible studies, worship resources, links (from Community Bible Church, Williamstown, Massachusetts.) Includes some sermons by historic figures as well as sermons by Coty Pinckney the church's pastor.
Collection of sermons, worship resource materials, and small group studies.
Excerpt from a book on preaching the synoptic gospels from the perspective of narrative criticism.
A weekly weblog from Duncan Macleod, Australia, reflecting on the lectionary gospel readings.
Over 500 texts: sermons, lessons, translations, articles and major works by Jackson Snyder. Includes apocalyptic, apocryphal, Yahwist and Millennarian works.
Thousands of articles, sermons, letters, poems, and other spiritual writings from hundreds of authors, past and present.
Includes Reformed sermons, short stories for children, prayer resources and links to other Reformed sermon sites.
A massive index to many other web sites with published sermons.
Free audio archive of sermons by Dr. Reg Dunlap.
Online readings in text or table form for all three years of the RCL as posted by Vanderbilt. This is the standard lectionary site that almost all RCL lectionary sites refer to.
Acronyn for Scripture And Mission - UCC Electronic Library. From the United Church of Christ and includes the full RCL texts, responsive psalms with antiphons from The New Century, Hymnal, themes from the ecumenical lectionary-based Inviting Word curriculum, and a commentary on one of the RCL passages.
Sermons and sermon resources based on the Gospel Lessons from the Revised Common Lectionary. Part of the Crossroads Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) website.
Scripture study, worship and liturgy links and resources, indexed according to the texts of the Revised Common Lectionary.
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