Resources by Bryan Elliff

Bryan desires to use his interest in the historical and linguistic background of the Bible to help the church know Jesus and his words and be transformed by a love that comes from the Father. Bryan studied Biblical and Theological Studies at Boyce College in Louisville, KY, focusing on the biblical languages, and continued his studies in Hebrew and Cognate Languages abroad at Jerusalem University College. Bryan currently lives in Kansas City with his wife, Joey

May 11

The Particular Importance of Not Being Particularly Important by Bryan Elliff

Give it up. Allow yourself to be nobody. Have a seat at the end of the table and you might just find Jesus sitting there too.

Mar 24

Production or Virtue? by Bryan Elliff

If I prioritize production, I end up frustrated, and I actually abandon virtue and toy with anger or bitterness.

Feb 28

Praying Specifically by Bryan Elliff

What if we walked into every day with the expectation that God hears and answers specific prayer?

Jul 26

Like Those Who Dream: An Imagination of the New Creation by Bryan Elliff

Isaiah and the book of Revelation help us to connect the exile and restoration of Jerusalem with the brokenness and restoration of the world. 

Apr 24

Creating a Culture of Hospitality by Bryan Elliff

 It is not about your house or your meal; it is about the Christ-centered fellowship that takes place at your house over your meal.