Christ's New Address completes a six-volume series of sermons by Bruce Taylor based on the Common Lectionary (Revised). Together, they provide a theologically rich, sacramentally reflective, ecumenically compatible, and biblically centered collection of proclamations for Sundays and major feast days. An appendix to this volume offers a sermon preached as a departure from the lectionary following the tornado that devastated Norman, Oklahoma, when the author was serving as a pastor in Ponca City. His sermons bear strong evidence of his commitment to Christian unity and dedication to the church's heritage as well as his conviction of its contemporary relevance through corporate witness and individual discipleship. Included in this compilation for the second half of the church year, featuring Gospel readings from Luke, are several story sermons that illustrate the use of this form of preaching within the lectionary framework. Christ's New Address is offered for use by preachers and devotional readers alike, who will find it an engaging invitation to the beauty of sacramental worship and the comfort and challenge of the scripture passages that are commended for Christian worship in the lectionary cycle.