William A. Kolb

William A. Kolb

An alumnus of the University of Florida and the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia, the Rev. Canon Bill Kolb spent ten years in the business world and the mental health services field before becoming an ordained Episcopal priest. His primary work has been parish ministry and pastoral care, with an emphasis on bereavement support. He lives in Memphis, Tennessee, with his wife Melinda.

Articles by this Author

Where do I find God in this world of tragedy and pain?

Where is the kingdom of God?

What if I'm not certain what I believe?

What if God doesn't answer my prayers?

Forgive Us Our Sins As We Forgive Those Who Sin Against Us

Easter Hope

Do Christians really believe they are eating the body and drinking the blood of Christ when they receive Communion?

Is going to church necessary for salvation?

What is the significance of the cross and the crucifixion of Jesus?

What proof is there that Christianity is not a myth created to assuage our fears about death?

Why not emphasize the afterlife as the best reason for becoming a Christian?

While It Was Still Dark

Living the Risen Life

What is Pentecost and what difference does it make in our lives today?

Community: Where the Holy Spirit Hangs Out

What's most important in stories about miracles?

The Great Temptation

Baptized Patriots

God's Angel, Mary

The Christmas Story

Following Jesus into Silence

A Story

Sarah's Laughter

A Divided Self

Losing Our Life to Save It

Love and Drugs

The God-shaped Hole