Sermons by Jim Elliot

Jim Elliot was a missionary to Ecuador who was killed, along with four other missioanries, while they attempted to reach the Waodani people. This mission work is described by Elisabeth Elliot in Through Gates of Splendor. I was surprised to discover (via Nick Batzig) that there are two sermons by Jim Elliot from Wheaton College.

According to the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton, Elliot and Ed McCully, both of whom were graduates of Wheaton College in 1949, spent six months as home missionaries before going to Ecuador. During that time (1951), they taught Bible studies and conducted a radio broadcast. The Graham Center has two audio recordings of Elliot’s sermons from that period of time.

Here is Elliot’s sermon on “The Feeding of the Five Thousand.”

Here is Elliot’s sermon on “The Resurrection.”

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