Jim Cecy

Jim Cecy is a regular speaker at the European Leadership Forum. He serves as Senior Pastor-Teacher of Campus Bible Church in Fresno, California. Jim is also founder and President of JARON Ministries International, a training ministry for Christian leaders in the U.S. and abroad. He has a Masters of Divinity in Bible Exposition from Talbot Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry from Western Seminary. He is a conference and seminar speaker for hundreds of churches, schools, seminars, conference centers, Christian groups and denominations in the U.S. and abroad. In addition to other books and materials, he is the author of The Purity War: A Biblical Guide to Living in an Immoral World and Anger: The Worm in My Apple. Jim has been married for forty-five years and has thirteen grandchildren. Information about his materials, books and seminars is available at www.jaron.org and www.puritywar.com and www.campusbiblechurch.com

2018 Forum Sessions

Post-Luncheon Workshops

FOCL Talk 1: How Do I Manage My Life God's Way

Does your life seem mismanaged and chaotic? Are you struggling with habits and hang-ups you cannot defeat? Are you wanting to enjoy the faithful and consistent management of every area of your life? In this biblical and practical examination of Galatians 5:16-18 and Ephesians 5:15-18 we will be reminded that life skill transformation begins with learning what it means to walk daily under the control of the indwelling Holy Spirit of God.

FOCL Talk 2: How Does Manifesting the Fruit of the Spirit Change Me

Many of us know how to recite the list of the Fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23). Too many, however, are not certain how these dramatically affect our everyday lives. As an example, we will examine how manifesting each of the fruit of the indwelling Holy Spirit produces true and lasting peace in our lives, especially as we deal with anger and conflict.


FOCL Talk 1: How Do I Engage People Who Object to the Truth of the Gospel? 

Not all objections to the gospel are equal. Not all canned “apologetic” answers are effective. Many of those asking questions are sincere; many are not. How do we know the difference between a stall and an objection? How do we lovingly and accurately engage people with the truth of the Gospel? This talk provides pastoral instruction on how to properly identify and effectively shepherd people with doctrinal, moral, and personal objections to the Christian faith.

FOCL Talk 2: How Do I Become a Global Christian? 

Our piece of planetary real estate is so small but our calling to reach out to the entire planet is quite substantial (Acts 1:8). Becoming a global Christian doesn’t begin by starting or joining a missions program or agency, securing a passport, or purchasing an airline ticket to some far off place. Considering the Apostle Paul’s words in Colossians 4:3-5, we will re-discover it is a journey of the heart that begins with a giant step of understanding, even if only followed initially by some baby steps in our practices.


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