My writings are in a book! I've contributed a lectionary reflection fairly regularly to the website,textweek.com. For those of you who are unfamiliar with textweek, let me introduce you to Jenee Woodard, a gift to the church. She curates copious resources for the weekly preacher at her website textweek.com. Her website is the first stop for many who follow the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL). The RCL is a rotation of scripture texts that follow a three year cycle and cover a whole heck of a lot of the Bible. In fact, I have said and continue to believe that had I been a topical preacher rather than a lectionary preacher, I would have preached significantly less of the Biblical canon to date.
Anyway, I have relied on the resources found at textweek.com. I had an idea a few years ago to start blogging my way through the lectionary. I'd write a few hundred words early in the week that were my beginning musings toward my upcoming sermon. I thought I would offer those reflections to Jenee on textweek. She kindly added my reflections to the host of others writers, who I often thought myself unworthy of their company.
Books I'm currently reading:
The Post-Quarantine Church: Six Urgent Challenges and Opportunities That Will Determine the Future of Your Congregation