Jason Law is president of World Compassion, founded in 1969 by his father, Dr. Terry Law. Jason has a passion to see the local church unite and impact their nation as the Body of Christ.
This passion, combined with his belief that God’s love transforms the lives of people, is what drives the mission and initiatives of World Compassion in countries including Iran, Iraq, Myanmar, China, Cuba, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
Under Jason’s leadership, World Compassion has been ready to provide relief through local churches when crisis strikes.
Jason speaks at churches and other events for World Compassion throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He is a champion for the Unite My City movement in his home city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and desires to see what God is doing to be multiplied in cities around the world.
Jason is a graduate of Oral Roberts University. He and his wife, Beth, along with their daughter, Addison, and son, Logan, are planted at Guts Church in Tulsa where Jason and Beth serve as elders. Jason enjoys spending time with his family and friends and doing anything outdoors, especially golfing and snow skiing.