Jim Hockaday

Jim Hockaday was born again at four years of age.  Experiencing the call of God at this time and the desire to preach, Jim led many to the Lord during his childhood.  After graduation from Wheaton College in 1983, he has traveled and ministered with various musical groups including:  Spurlows, Truth, and Living Word Singers.

Jim attended Rhema Bible Training Center and graduated in 1988.  Immediately following graduation he joined the Rhema Singers and Band and traveled extensively with Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin for nearly seven years; during the last several years he had the management responsibility for the Group.  Jim was the coordinator of Prayer and Healing School for Kenneth Hagin Ministries, completing his tenth year in May 2004.   He founded Jim Hockaday Ministries, Inc. in 1991, and now travels and ministers full time in churches at home and abroad.

An author of several books; the mainstay of his ministry continues to be the book entitled Until I Come. Jim emphasizes building an expectancy for any believer to do the works of JESUS. His quote, “The miraculous is a necessity so expect the impossible.”

Jim and his wife Erin (1991 graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center and member of The Rhema Singers and Band for two and a half years) reside in the Denver area.

Our Ministry

Jim Hockaday Ministries is committed to teaching believers the importance of a tangible and real relationship with our Father God.  A believer must experience the joy of daily interaction and fellowship with Him. The strength of our commitment and faith is solidified in our communion with God.

One sign of a healthy relationship with the Lord is the testimonies we are able to share through answers to our prayers.

World Vision

We are living in the most amazing time in the history of man! Daily the prophetic word of God comes alive. Not everyone can go to the nations, but there is something we can do; “go, pray or pay.” We’ve been to Mexico numerous times and churches in Canada, England, Italy, Germany, Netherlands and Zurich, Switzerland.

Internet technology has exploded the opportunities for ministry. Recently I recorded the Miraculous Gospel of John for translation in the Farsi language. These lessons are being taught in the Arab countries through Nejat TV and Internet ministry of Pastor Reza Safa, formally of Tulsa OK. Another exciting opportunity is in the release via internet of the translation of Until I Come in Hebrew, being made available to believers with limited English so they can better understand the message of the book—doing the works of Jesus.


Jim Hockaday