cropped-JCCY-Logo-1502.pngAbout JCCY

Jesus Christ Is Calling You Evangelistic Ministry, Inc. (JCCY) was founded in 1993 by Dr. Danny Yamashiro with a core of leaders in Honolulu, Hawaii. A 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the mission of JCCY is to make disciples of Jesus Christ throughout the world.

Hundreds of churches have partnered with JCCY for evangelistic crusades. Other outreaches and events conducted by JCCY have included mass Gospel mailings, evangelistic workshops and seminars, book publishing, television and radio programs. JCCY also conducts pastor’s conferences, medical missions, sports clinics, orphanage ministries, construction projects and other specialized events to foster evangelism.


Your visit to this site can change your life because God wants to use you to change the world. What began in 1994 as a Billy Graham style evangelistic tent meeting in Hawaii’s world famous, Waikiki, now brings the good news of Jesus Christ to people on a global scale. Jesus Christ Is Calling You Ministries (JCCY) exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ throughout the world (Matthew 28:18-19). This is done through the development of strategic partnerhsips on every continent with a three-fold goal.

  1. Lead people to faith in Jesus Christ by all means
  2. Assist in the work of church planting
  3. Facilitate indigenous leadership development

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Many have been equipped, empowered, and encouraged by Danny Yamashiro and the Jesus Christ is Calling You Team.  If you have benefited from the ministry, please make a contribution.



Our ministry continues to bring hope and encouragement because of generous donations from our supporters.

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