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Luke 15: 1-10

  • Luke 15: 1-10 (all)

1 Timothy 1: 12-17

  • 1 Timothy 1: 12-17 (all)

Psalm 14

  • Psalm 14 (RCL)

Psalm 51: 1-11

  • Psalm 51: 2-3, 12-13, 17, 19 (RC)
  • Psalm 51: 1-10 (RCL)
  • Psalm 51: 1-11 (EL)
  • Psalm 51: 1-18 (EL)

Exodus 32: 7-11, 13-14

  • Exodus 32: 7-11, 13-14 (RC)
  • Exodus 32: 7-14 (RCL)
  • Exodus 32: 1, 7-14 (EL)

Jeremiah 4: 11-12, 22-28

  • Jeremiah 4: 11-12, 22-28 (RCL)

Resources on Violence

  • (for Anniversary of September 11th Terrorism)

Genesis 2: 2

  • Genesis 2 & 3
  • Genesis 2: 4b-7, 15-17; 3:1-8 (Narrative)
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Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RC)

(Resources listed here reference more than one reading and are normally shorter than the resources listed under the individual texts above. If you are looking to link the readings, check these resources.)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2016)

  • Starters for Sunday

    by Ian Alexander
  • Lectionary Commentary

    by Norman Beck
  • Losing, Finding and Remembering

    by Sharron Blezard
    Scroll down for children's time.
  • A Trustworthy Saying

    by Dan Clendenin
    Around the year 200, "purely Christian images began to appear." The catacombs in and around Rome, along with the discovery of a house church at Dura Europos in Syria dated to 240 AD, show how the earliest Christian art was not merely decorative but intentionally devotional; its purpose was not "objective beauty" but an "expression of faith."This early Christian art appears on seal rings, tombs, clay lamps, engraved gems, and in one instance a marble statuette. A hundred years after that, Christian art adorns belt buckles and Bible covers, plates and coins, intricate mosaics and ornate crosses. Eventually, Christian art under Constantine changed radically, as images and even architecture became "imperialized."
  • Come, Let Us Reason

    by Jane Anne Ferguson
  • Preaching Peace

    by Michael Hardin
  • Proper 19C

    by John Edward Harris
  • Proper 19C

    by Michael Hiller
  • Proper 19C

    by Peggy Hoppes
  • Proper 19C

    by David Schnasa Jacobsen
  • Lectionary Podcast

    with Rolf Jacobson, Karoline Lewis and Matt Skinner
  • Bible Study

    by Wendy Johnson
  • From Anti-Creation to Heavenly Party

    Lectiocast by Daniel Kirk
  • Evangelectionary

    by Heather Lear
  • Bible Study

    by Robert Linthicum
  • Light on the Lessons (Leader's Guide)

    from Lutheran Bible Ministries
  • Light on the Lessons (Participant's Guide)

    from Lutheran Bible Ministries
  • Pulpit Fiction

    Podcast by Robb McCoy and Eric Fistler
  • Noticing a Theme

    by Steve Pankey
  • What Makes a Sinner?

    by Steve Pankey
  • Joy in Heaven

    by Dave Risendal
  • Proper 19C

    from Sacra Conversazione
    This Sunday’s readings and gospel present an awesome prospect: that the arc of God’s love story with the whole of humankind comes down to individuals and their response. Others can tell you this love story (indeed, that is the only way you will ever hear it; an “instructor,” to use Wittgenstein’s word), but only you can “seize” it. It is a passionate “taking hold” for the sake of “rescue,” which is precisely the stories of the individual’s we have just read about in this Sunday’s appointed readings and gospel— the bold negotiator Moses, or the sinner, King David, or the example par excellence, Paul, and, from today’s gospel, “the one lost sinner who repents.”
  • Lost Sheep and Broken People

    by Brian Volck
    The singer-songwriter duo, Over the Rhine, has a song named, “All My Favorite People are Broken.” Broken people happen to be God’s favorite, too – perhaps because that’s the only way they come. God loves broken people so much he let us break Jesus’ body on the cross – not to abandon Jesus there but to make painfully clear that our brokenness isn’t the final word. The final word is – now and always – God’s fidelity and love.
  • Lost and Awakened

    by Shelli Williams
  • Resources

    Compiled by Jenee Woodard

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2013 to 2015)

(Resources listed here reference more than one reading and are normally shorter than the resources listed under the individual texts above. If you are looking to link the readings, check these resources.)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(2010 to 2012)

Commentaries and Lectionary Reflections (RCL)(Archives)

Music Suggestions

Prayers of the People

Worship Resources (2016)

Worship Resources (2013 to 2015)

Worship Resources (Archives)

Powerpoint, Images and Clip Art for Worship