HomileticsOnline.com, HelpMeWithBibleStudy.org and Xenos.org offer homiletics worksheets online. The blogs Fields of Heather and Greenley Commentary provide free downloadable worksheets in Bible Study Fellowship. Greenley Commentary also includes a step-by-step description on how to apply the worksheet to Bible study. Logos Bible Software sells software applications and books geared toward sermon preparation.
There are many websites that either sell Bible Study Fellowship homiletics worksheets or offer them for free. On HelpMeWithBibleStudy.org, Pastor Charles Hammond presents Bible passage example outlines for users who want to practice these study techniques. Hammond also lists the steps necessary to create a study worksheet. HomileticsOnline.com sells access to a content library that helps pastors organize and preach their sermons; it offers a free trial of the library to interested users. Xenos.org provides a worksheet page and a list of links to preaching resources.
On the blog Greenley Commentary, Owen Greenley shares ideas for bible study and includes a downloadable Bible Study Fellowship worksheet. Greenley provides instructions on how to use the worksheet. Another blog, Fields of Heather, provides a free BSF worksheet on Google Drive, along with a link to an online guide to homiletics. Blogger Heather Truckenmiller includes personal reflections on using the worksheets in her Bible study.
Logos Bible Software sells the book "Effective First-Person Biblical Preaching" by J. Kent Edwards. An authority on homiletics, Edwards is a professor at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology and a past president of the Evangelical Homiletic Society. His book focuses on a narrative preaching technique and expands upon homiletics. Logos.com includes sample pages from the book.