Jordan Lynne Carter
Jordan Lynne gave her heart to Jesus at 8 years old. However, it wasn't until 22 that she truly encountered Christ in new depths after graduating from Biola University's School of Cinema & Media Arts in Fall of 2015. After struggling with her career in Los Angeles, CA & being delivered from severe anxiety and depression, she surrendered her life to God and His will, desiring to hear His voice and embrace His redemptive work in her life and story.
Now at 27, from publishing her testimony to giving the Lord her full "yes" to join Circuit Riders (empowered by YWAM, Youth With A Mission) as a full-time missionary, she has been steadily led back toward God's original design for her life: to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ and testify to the freedom all people were made for as His children.
The heart of Circuit Riders is to save the lost, revived the saved, and train them all.
"Freedom is the mission and Jesus is the message," explains Jordan Lynne, "I have the privilege of empowering young leaders across the nation to live consciously in the freedom and Christ-centered calling they were made for."
Her role will be serving with Black Voices Movement and Circuit Riders Media, utilizing her background as a creative, activist, and young minister.
Jordan would be honored if you would consider partnering with her in prayer and investing financially in what God is doing through her ministry. She is currently building a team of monthly investors. Would you prayerfully consider joining this team or contributing a one-time launching gift of any amount? ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.
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