If you are looking for religious information on the web you can not do any better than going to the Wabash Center. They have a list of Preaching Related links as well as a list of Preaching Syllabi that is regularly updated.
The Rev Dr. Renita Weems has a website entitled Somthing Within. The website is specifically directed to thinking women of faith.
Dr. Tim Sensing of Abilene Christian University has compiled an annotated bibliography for preachers that you can obtain at this link.
Here is an Audio lecture on Black Preaching by Cleophas LaRue, Professor at Princeton Divinity School
What is the role of authenticity in preaching? Should it equate to authority? Why or Why not? Here are 4 things preachers should keep in mind when discussing the term authenticity
What is prophetic preaching? Zach Mills, one of my collegues in the Modern Homiletics Theory course, summarized prophetic preaching as:
[P]reaching that creatively speaks-on behalf of others-of the injustices and inadequacies of the present and the hopeful possibilities of the future.
While studying for a class in Modern Homiletic Theory I came across these two important terms. The terms of interest to me now are the comparison between Kerygma and Didache in preaching. Often didache is seen as the “ethical instruction” in preaching. Kerygma’s purpose is seen as making new converts. Here we see a difference in purpose. Didache is for the converts and Kerygma is for the outsiders.