Evangelist Jim W. Moss was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and called to preach at the age of 14. As a teenager, he preached 77 revivals in various states. At the age of 18, he became pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church in Humnoke, Arkansas. In 1978 and 1979, Macedonia was the fastest growing church in Arkansas with over 250 baptisms recorded. God moved him to Shelbyville, Texas in 1981, where he pastored Ephesus Baptist Church until the year 1990. Then he became pastor of the First Baptist Church located in San Augustine, Texas for the next 10 years. Both churches received recognition for the largest percentage Sunday School growth and twenty percent baptism increase. In 2000, Brother Moss surrendered to the call of evangelism. For the past 20 years, he has been in full-time service, preaching over 50 meetings per year. At the outset, he acknowledged that accountability was of utmost importance to God and the people who supported him, thus, his Love Worth Sharing Evangelistic Ministries became incorporated. He graduated and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Louisiana Baptist University. In December 2015, Jim was awarded a prestigious honorary Doctor of Ministry from Temple Baptist Seminary for his 41 years of dedication to the Gospel Ministry.
Jim is married to Rita McClellan of New Edinburg, Arkansas. They have two grown children: Jeremiah Moss and Geneva Moss Brown; a daughter-in-law, Amanda May Moss and son-in-law, Waylon Brown; and six grandchildren: Wade, Madilynn, and Kathryn Moss; James, Samuel, and Elijah Brown. Brother Jim resides in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Brother Jim preaching the Word.