Some places I'm starting for this week:
"Money Can't Buy Me Love," David Lose, Dear Working Preacher, 2010. I like how David thinks beyond the traditional "preaching at" people, on to an honest confrontation with the Luke text.
Mary Hinkle Shore is blogging again at "Pilgrim Preaching"! "On Securing the Soul," Mary Hinkle Shore, Pilgrim Preaching, 2010. "As for that grain in your barns, that work you are good at, those accounts you manage – they are worthless for the purpose of soul-securing. Worthless. But they were never intended for that. In the rule of God, they will not go to waste. Our time, our talents, our possessions – they are just what God needs to answer our neighbor’s prayer for daily bread."
Check out Parable of the Rich Fool, audio telling, story in episodes, graphic, audio and written commentaries. Go Tell Communications, Biblical Storytelling for the Global Village, 2010, especially if you've not taken a look at this site. What if the point of this parable is to get people (including ourselves) to honestly "think about it"?
"First Thoughts on Year C Epistle Passages in the Lectionary," Pentecost 10, William Loader, Murdoch University, Uniting Church in Australia. Interesting beginning thoughts about the Colossians text that seem to me to merge with the gospel text, even though we were taught in seminary not to do that. :) I do wonder how this Colossians text reads differently in the context of this week's gospel, compared to how it reads during Easter A, when it is also used...