I’ve offered another sermon for Lent through the excellent resource, A Sermon for Every Sunday. I hope some find it helpful in this work of proclaiming the gospel!
My friend and fellow preacher Rev. Joe Harvard offered this review of my recent book in the Journal on Preaching, where we continued to discuss the need for effective, courageous preaching on the sin of racism in the church today. —Will
Thinking about the Fourth Sunday in Lent, I offered this sermon on the man born blind for the excellent online resource, A Sermon for Every Sunday. I hope it will encourage you in our shared vocation of preaching the good news! — Will
This post is a Q&A published with Yale Divinity School’s newsletter “Notes from the Quad.” I’m always grateful for the conversation with others engaged in ministry and the formation of theologians at work in the church today. – Will
Christian historian Martin Marty notes in a recent Sightings article that we continue to face choices as the church that come when Christendom dies: will we retreat or will we find new ways to enact our lives as “resident aliens”? I hope you appreciate this brief reflection as much as I did, -Will Willimon
He also told this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and regarded others with contempt: “Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector…. God I thank thee that I am not like other men–liars, serial adulterers, crude locker-room misogynists, taxContinue reading “A Prayer for Ash Wednesday”