LECTIONAID is a quarterly printed publication to assist the busy pastor with his/her most important task: sermon preparation. LECTIONAID is a non-doctrinal homiletical resource for preparing sermons using the 1992 Revised Common Lectionary, followed by these participants: The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Christian Reformed Church in North America, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, Polish National Catholic Church, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Reformed Church in America, Roman Catholic Church in the U.S., Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship, United Church of Christ, and The United Methodist Church. As well as these participants in Canada: The Anglican Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Free Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church, Roman Catholic Church, and United Church of Canada.The Lectionary provides two approaches for the Sundays after Pentecost One set used primarily by Catholic, Episcopalian, and Lutheran groups, and the second set by the other participating groups. The operative principle for LECTIONAID is to develop only those texts found in both lists. LECTIONAID is fully useful to those not following a lectionary, as all the material is developed for scriptural texts and themes.LECTIONAID was written and published by Glendon Harris, who pioneered this type of homiletical assistance in 1972 (first with Pulpit Resource, and then for 5 years with LectionAid.)The publication was taken over from Rev Harris by Theological Publishing.
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