Jim Elliff

Jim Elliff is the president of Christian Communicators Worldwide. Through this ministry Jim, and a team of communicators, train leaders, teach the Bible, and evangelize, both overseas and throughout the United States. He is the author of several books, and writes regularly for three CCW websites: CCWtoday.org, BulletinInserts.org and WaytoGod.org. Jim is also one of several pastors of Christ Fellowship of Kansas City, a network of congregations meeting in homes in Metro Kansas City.

Nov 25

Not Much to Be Thankful For by Jim Elliff

What if you were called on this Thanksgiving to give a report of what you were thankful for?

Nov 18

The Surpassing Worth of Knowing Christ by Jim Elliff

The form of the revelation of Christ is not the important thing.

Nov 4

What About Your Relatives? by Jim Elliff

God can reach anyone if He wishes, even the person who seems the most incorrigible.

Oct 21

If We Are Faithless by Jim Elliff

God saves us eternally through our faith in the One who died for us and lives forever.

Oct 14

The Guarantee of Holiness by Jim Elliff

The true believer is constituted differently and is therefore hungry for holiness.

Sep 30

False Teachers are like Spiders by Jim Elliff

He may well believe what he teaches, but at the end of the day many fall prey to the false teacher’s words.

Sep 23

It Isn’t About Me by Jim Elliff

Stop making your life in the body of Christ about you.

Sep 9

Good Works Are Not Your Problem by Jim Elliff

It’s God’s eternal purpose for you to bear the fruit of love by serving one another through the indwelling Spirit.

Aug 5

Discouraged Pastors by Jim Elliff

There are plenty of pastors with generous smiles on their faces each Sunday who, deep down, are very disheartened. Pastoring a church is hard work. For one thing, it is usually thankless. I know there are some churches that seem to remember their pastors with such fanfare, but most do not ever esteem them. They […]

Jul 22

The Rationale for Wrath by Jim Elliff

The very fact that you think you are without need of Christ proves your blindness and hardness of heart.