Simon Woodman has been preaching a series on Jesus in Hebrews: the Pastoral Jesus, based on Hebrews 2:14–18; 4:14–15; 6:19–20; 13:20–21; the Familial Jesus, a sermon based in part on Hebrews 2:11–13; 3:13–14; and 9:15; the Accessible Jesus, based in part on Hebrews 4:16; 7:19, 25; 6:19–20; and 10:19–22; and the Vulnerable Jesus, based in part on Hebrews 6:4–6; 13:11–14.
David Alan Black reflects on Turning to Our Great High Priest from Hebrews 4:14–16. This prompted a further reflection from Henry Neufeld.
Philip Church reviews the Passion Translation by examining how it treats Hebrews.
Alastair Roberts explains in a video What is the Biblical Theological Significance of Melchizedek?
Ken Schenck has been posting excerpts of his new Hebrews Bible Study Book.
Jesus Is the Enthroned Son of God
The First Warning to Remain Faithful
Ken also has a "Patrons Only" podcast on Stephen and the Book of Hebrews.