We all need sustenance for our spiritual journey, and there's no better source of nourishment than reading God's Word. In these pages, Stephen McCutchan helps you fill your cup with a refreshing drink from the Almighty's streams of living water. This complete set of insightful meditations, based on scripture texts from Cycle B of the Revised Common Lectionary, guides you through each Sunday's passages by focusing on key themes and highlighting the central meaning for our everyday lives.
This volume is perfect for use as a daily devotional -- five easy-to-follow formats for personal meditation are included, allowing you to combine prayer time with reading one of the week's scripture texts and its accompanying commentary. It's also a valuable reference for sermon preparation, as well as an excellent curriculum for adult classes integrating Bible study with Sunday worship. However you use it, "Streams of Living Water" is an inspirational resource that will strengthen your connection with the divine story and your ability to hear God's voice speaking through scripture.
Stephen P. McCutchan is a Presbyterian pastor and adjunct professor at Wake Forest Divinity School. Prior to his recent retirement, he served for 23 years as the pastor of Highland Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. McCutchan is a contributing writer for the online service The Immediate Word (www.sermonsuite.com), and he is the author of "Water from the Well: Lectionary Devotional for Cycle A" (CSS), "Good News for a Fractured Society," and "Experiencing the Psalms: Weaving the Psalms into Your Ministry and Faith" (Smyth & Helwys), which won the 2001 Angell Award from the Presbyterian Writers Guild. McCutchan is a graduate of Muskingum College and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. For more information or to contact the author, visit his website at www.smccutchan.com.