Elder Nathaniel Jordan and First Lady Jordan

Elder Nathaniel Jordan was born in Chicago Illinois on August 7, 1955 to the late Nathaniel and Martha Jordan Sr. He attended elementary school and graduated from Kenwood Academy in 1973.


Elder Jordan worked several jobs until he relocated to Macon Georgia in 1984. He continued working as a handyman and convenience store clerk until he was hired as a Law Enforcement Officer from 1986 to 2005. During his law enforcement career he was promoted to Sergeant after two years. He served the City of Macon as a Patrolman, Property Crimes Detective, Violent Crimes Detective and a Mounted Police Officer. He retired in good standing in 2005. He is currently employed with The Georgia Public Defenders Office-Macon Judicial District as an Investigator.


Elder Jordan was saved in June of 2004 and received the baptism of the Holy Ghost shortly afterwards. He was called to Ministry in 2009 and preached his trial sermon at True Faith Church of God In Christ under the leadership and teaching of Supt. Evans Brown, Sr.


Elder Jordan completed one year of intense study and graduated from the Urban Youth Institute in Atlanta Georgia in 2010.


Elder Jordan began to sense the burden of pastorship in mid-2017. He pondered the burden for months before asking the Lord to confirm the call through a stranger who wouldn’t know anything about him. A few weeks later, during early 2018, the Lord did just what Elder Jordan asked and he accepted the call.


First Lady Sheree Jordan is one of nine children born to Jesse and Willie Mae Calhoun, in July 26, 1962. She attended Southwest High School and graduated in1980. She is employed with the Navicent Health Center’s Cancer Treatment unit as a Clinical Technician. Sister Jordan was saved and was baptized with the Holy Ghost in 1994.


Elder and First Lady Jordan have been married for 10 years and together they have three sons, one daughter, two daughter-in-laws, seven grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. They were foster parents to three great-nieces.


First Lady Jordan served as Sunday School Superintendent for four years and President of the Women Department at True Faith Church Of God In Christ.


Elder Jordan served as Sunday School Superintendent for nearly a year. Elder Jordan served as a Sunday and Bible School teacher for several years as well as Youth Coordinator at True Faith Church Of God In Christ.


Elder Jordan currently serves as an instructor/counselor for the Consider The Consequences Program founded by the Honorable Superior Court Judge Verda Colvin of Bibb County.


One of Elder Jordan’s favorite passage of scripture is Matthew 6:33 – But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.


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