News and Updates

The Triumph of Jordan Lewis

In honor of the 3 year anniversary of the passing of my son Jordan, I have written this blog. This is the third part conclusion I promised to share. Part one was The Tribute to an extraordinary young man, missionary, businessman, brother, husband, and son. Jordan was...

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A Lasting Legacy

Dear Friends, This month we are remembering our friend and brother Jordan Lewis who passed away 3 years ago. Jordan’s legacy and passion to reach the unreached continues through the work of Jordan Lewis Missions and faithful friends like you. Almost one million...

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Middle East Refugee Opportunity

With the recent elections and controversy surrounding the United States new immigration policy, those of us with a heart for the lost, least and unreached need to get a Biblical perspective on how to respond. The Bible is clear that we are to "defend the cause of the...

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Syrian Refugee Opportunity

“He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and clothing.” Deuteronomy 10:18 At Jordan Lewis Missions we are actively engaged in loving and serving refugees within four Middle East countries....

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End of Year Opportunity

Thank you for praying and partnering with Jordan Lewis Missions. Together we are making a difference by giving the gift of the Gospel to those who have never heard. With your help we have: CHINA Through a ministry initiative started by Pastor Ron and other Chinese...

read more

Give the Gift of the Gospel

Jordan’s passion was to see the Good News proclaimed to those who had never had a chance to hear. When he passed away, we decided the best way to honor his memory was by keeping his dream alive. This Christmas we want to invite to give the gift of the Gospel to the...

read more

Hope for the Middle East

When Jordan’s friends and family started Jordan Lewis Missions two years ago, I never thought it would expand into what it has become. We simply wanted to redirect beloved friends who wanted to send flowers to Jordan’s funeral instead to getting...

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Martyrdom in the Middle East

A few days ago I ran across an article about the recent barbaric and heinous martyrdom of Christian missionaries in Syria. Though the mainstream media did not report this, we have confirmed that the facts are indeed true. Christians who don't renounce Christ are being...

read more

Reaching the Unreached Across Pakistan

Dear Friends of Jordan Lewis Missions, For two years I have been working closely with a dear pastor in Pakistan named Nadeem. Although I have yet to visit Pakistan, our women's minister at Every Nation NYC, Betty Swann, has been many times over the past eight years...

read more

Creating a Legacy to Reach the Lost

In June, Jordan Lewis Missions (JLM) and our home church, King's Park International in Durham, NC, were honored to host a delegation of North Koreans who had successfully escaped to South Korea where they are now serving the Lord with our ministry partner, Pastor...

read more

The Triumph of Jordan Lewis

In honor of the 3 year anniversary of the passing of my son Jordan, I have written this blog. This is the third part conclusion I promised to share. Part one was The Tribute to an extraordinary young man, missionary, businessman, brother, husband, and son. Jordan was...

read more

A Lasting Legacy

Dear Friends, This month we are remembering our friend and brother Jordan Lewis who passed away 3 years ago. Jordan’s legacy and passion to reach the unreached continues through the work of Jordan Lewis Missions and faithful friends like you. Almost one million...

read more

Middle East Refugee Opportunity

With the recent elections and controversy surrounding the United States new immigration policy, those of us with a heart for the lost, least and unreached need to get a Biblical perspective on how to respond. The Bible is clear that we are to "defend the cause of the...

read more

Syrian Refugee Opportunity

“He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and clothing.” Deuteronomy 10:18 At Jordan Lewis Missions we are actively engaged in loving and serving refugees within four Middle East countries....

read more

End of Year Opportunity

Thank you for praying and partnering with Jordan Lewis Missions. Together we are making a difference by giving the gift of the Gospel to those who have never heard. With your help we have: CHINA Through a ministry initiative started by Pastor Ron and other Chinese...

read more

Give the Gift of the Gospel

Jordan’s passion was to see the Good News proclaimed to those who had never had a chance to hear. When he passed away, we decided the best way to honor his memory was by keeping his dream alive. This Christmas we want to invite to give the gift of the Gospel to the...

read more

Hope for the Middle East

When Jordan’s friends and family started Jordan Lewis Missions two years ago, I never thought it would expand into what it has become. We simply wanted to redirect beloved friends who wanted to send flowers to Jordan’s funeral instead to getting...

read more

Martyrdom in the Middle East

A few days ago I ran across an article about the recent barbaric and heinous martyrdom of Christian missionaries in Syria. Though the mainstream media did not report this, we have confirmed that the facts are indeed true. Christians who don't renounce Christ are being...

read more

Reaching the Unreached Across Pakistan

Dear Friends of Jordan Lewis Missions, For two years I have been working closely with a dear pastor in Pakistan named Nadeem. Although I have yet to visit Pakistan, our women's minister at Every Nation NYC, Betty Swann, has been many times over the past eight years...

read more

Creating a Legacy to Reach the Lost

In June, Jordan Lewis Missions (JLM) and our home church, King's Park International in Durham, NC, were honored to host a delegation of North Koreans who had successfully escaped to South Korea where they are now serving the Lord with our ministry partner, Pastor...

read more