Who we are
Formed in the year 2002 by lead vocalist, song-writer & music composer Cameron Mendes, ‘Yeshua Ministries’ is a team of musicians and singers from the bustling city of Mumbai, India, who are committed to spreading the message of peace, hope and love of Jesus through their catchy and up-beat music like, ‘Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Uncha Hai’, ‘Gao Hallelujah’, ‘Hum Gaye Hosanna’ and ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’, ‘Tu hi Rab hai’, in India and the world over.
What we do
Apart from making new Hindi worship music, we travel to different parts of the country to do worship concerts/workshops, thus encouraging and influencing young musicians/upcoming worship leaders and teams all over. During our events we engage the crowd in emphatic praise and intense worship and also include exhortations, altar calls followed by ministry time.
Our music, that has revolutionised the entire face of Hindi worship all over the world, spans different genres with a lot of variety from high praise to intense worship in different languages through brilliant transitions. Being pioneers in the area of progressive song-writing, we have been responsible to influence many other Hindi worship leaders of today and we continue to write fresh new & original music and strive for excellence in all that we do.
Why do we do this?
We want to inspire a generation of true worshippers and raise the standard of music and song writing in churches in India. It breaks our heart to see that high quality worship music is made all over the world, in many languages, whereas in most Hindi churches people still sing the same 100 year old hymns. We want to break that tradition and present good quality Hindi music and create a platform for others to follow us.
We are aware that Yeshua Band has become a huge source of inspiration for today’s youth, and upcoming worship bands, and we look to step up to another level, all for the glory of our risen King, Yeshua.
In this video Cameron Mendes, founder and visionary of Yeshua tells the story on how Yeshua Ministries came to be:
We want to be
Biblically based Christ-centred Spirit led