Clifford Kvidahl reminds us that Ceslas Spicq's two-volume commentary, L'Épître aux Hébreux, is being translated into English and is available for prepublication purchase at Logos Bible Software. Spicq' commentary is still the most important French commentary on Hebrews, Samuel Bénétreau's two-volume commentary notwithstanding, even though it was published in 1952–1953.
Abram Kielsmeier-Jones posted his sermon on hospitality based on Hebrews 13:1–5: "A Ministry of Interruptions."
Andy Naselli posted an outline of his sermon, "Training Children for Their Good," partially based on Hebrews 12:4–11. The full article appears in The Journal of Discipleship and Family Ministry 3.2 (Spring/Summer 2013): 48–64. The audio file of his sermon can be found here.
Matthew Montonini announces that Gary Cockerill delivered the Scripture and Ministry Lecture at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School entitled "Do not Refuse the One Who Is Speaking (Heb 12:25): Hebrews and Contemporary Preaching." A video of the lecture is available for streaming.
Henry Neufeld announces that David Alan Black's new book, The Authorship of Hebrews: The Case for Paul, is off to the printer. He has created a new blog/book site to generate discussion about The Authorship of Hebrews. I will include a link to this new site on the sidebar.
Kevin Jackson queries, Who Was the Author of Hebrews? He then enumerates the usual candidates for authorship.