Dr. James is dedicated to taking the life-saving and healing gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. He does this by holding evangelistic missions and revivals across the world. Scroll through these pages to find out more about this exciting ministry and how you can take part. He regularly ministers in Asia, including Pakistan where he's led over 100,000 people to receive Christ for the first time, and seen thousands miraculously healed and baptised in the Holy Spirit. His vision is to see revival sweep the nations for the salvation of millions.
Dr. James also actively engages in humanitarian work and the relief of suffering. Below are some of the projects he's involved with that you can support, with more listed under the Projects page. Whether it be a one off payment or a regular contribution of just £5 a month, your financial gift will transform people's lives.
From the 2,000 inhabited islands of the Philippines, hundreds do not have access to healthcare. By using a YWAM ship to carry medical volunteers and supplies, inhabitants of these remote islands can receive primary healthcare, immunization, dentistry and eycare. (Click here for more info). Your donation will give hope to these isolated people, by preventing disease and enabling them to live longer, prosperous lives.
Dr. James and his family funded the construction of three orphanages in Indore, India, and the Sideras International School, all of which are run by YWAM. (Click here to see the opening of the school in 2012). Your donation will fund the running costs of these orphanages and help subsidise school fees, making them affordable for low income families. Your gift will give these children a future they could only dream of.
About two million brick kiln workers are treated as slaves in Pakistan’s Punjab district. Unjust labour laws allow wealthy task masters to treat workers with impunity, most of whom are Christian. Because of debt bondage, whole families are enslaved for their entire lives. Your donation will help us deliver free healthcare and education to many of these families, creating work opportunities outside of the brick factories.