Connections: A Lectionary Commentary for Preaching and Worship by Joel B. Green et al.Interpretive tools that provide commentary and worship aids on the Revised Common Lectionary. Intertextual commentary entry for each day in the 3-year lectionary cycle. Connects Psalm readings to other lections. Finally, sidebars offer additional connections to Scripture for each Sunday or worship day. 9 volumes. Series includes separate "worship companions."
Don't Put Out the Burning Bush: Worship and Preaching in a Complex World by Vivian BolandExamines worship and preaching from a number of theological perspectives; Catholic, Baptist, Anglican, Uniting Church and Greek Orthodox. It draws on the tradition of each of these denominations to examine the diversity of the liturgical worship and preaching in each tradition as each church addresses the needs and concerns of a complex world of technology and diversity.
Preaching in an Age of Globalization by Eunjoo Mary KimDevelops the concept of "trans-contextual preaching" to show how preachers can respect diversity and global connections. Develops a new theology of preaching, examines the modes of biblical interpretation appropriate for trans-contextual preaching, and explores designs for sermons.
The Witness of Preaching by Thomas G. LongExamples of sermon forms, illustrations, and conclusions. Examples from classics and newcomers in homiletics. Treats technology like video clips, websites, and powerpoint. Chapter on biblical exegesis.