Expository Exultation: Christian Preaching as Worship – John Piper
In this book, Piper presents the act of preaching itself as worship that is primarily meant to awaken worship in the hearts of the hearers. This book brings you back to the “why” of preaching. In typical Piper style, everything in this book is deeply rooted in the careful examination of Scripture and it also serves as a very practical help to developing sermons that awaken worship rather than merely transfer information.
Christ-Centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon – Bryan Chapell
This is one of the more thorough books detailing the preparation, organization, and delivery of expository sermons. Chapell is an excellent preacher in his own right, and he’s very effective at teaching others to preach as well.
Preaching To A Post-Everything World: Crafting Biblical Sermons That Connect with Our Culture – Zach Eswine
Easy to read and highly relevant. This book provides really helpful guidance for communicating the Word of God to modern people in a way that it resonates with them without compromising an inch on the truth.