Philippians: A Commentary for Biblical Preaching and Teaching by Thomas Moore and Timothy D. Sprankle is a helpful resource for those seeking to communicate the message of Philippians today. In addition to exposition of the text, the Kerux Commentary series seeks to help give ideas and teaching pointers on how someone would preach the passage.
In Philippians, Moore and Sprankle present the main exegetical idea of the massage along with the theological focus. These help frame the passage and serve as helpful summaries of the exposition to follow. When it comes to preaching the passage, each section of the commentary has a main preaching idea, preaching pointers to help give ideas to frame a message, and discussion questions about the passage. These are all good tools for starting to think through a sermon or Bible study around the passage.
The Kerux Commentary series as well as the volume on Philippians are written in a way that makes them a helpful and accessible resource for all students of the Bible.