Five years ago today our brother, Jordan Lewis, passed after a valiant fight against sinus cancer.

It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since we said goodbye to our brother, our friend, and our hero.

To say we miss him is an understatement, yet Jordan finished strong. His work on earth lives on in our hearts, our memories, and through Jordan Lewis Missions.

JLM was started when so many friends were sending flowers for Jordan’s memorial service. It struck us that this outpouring of love for Jordan could have a lasting impact if we asked people to give to what Jordan loved — reaching the unengaged, unreached people groups of the world.

That’s what we did, and the results are staggering.

Just a week ago, we sat down with our Dad and Lynette to hear an update on all that has happened through Jordan Lewis Missions around the world in the last five years. Frankly, we were in awe....

  • 2,550+ new churches started
  • 55+ water pumps/systems purchased and installed
  • 4 church buildings constructed
  • 10 bikes & 3 motorcycles purchased for evangelists
  • 10,000+ bibles distributed
  • 200+ Jesus Film presentations in the Middle East
  • Dozens of trainings for Muslim-background believers for sharing the Gospel in their context

Villagers from UPG's drink from their own water.

Water helps bring a response to the gospel.

These projects and more are aimed at the unengaged, unreached people groups (UUPG’s) in nations such as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, India, North Korea and China.

In honor of the 5-year anniversary of Jordan’s passing, we are asking even more of our friends and family members to consider a donation, or better yet a monthly gift investing in this mission to reach the unreached.

Would you please join us? No gift is too small, and giving as a monthly partner is a great way to give even more.

We have a family goal of 50 new partners or new gifts for JLM, and can’t imagine a better return on investment, knowing lives are being saved both spiritually and physically.

Lastly, we want to thank you for caring about our family through our darkest hours over the last five years. We still grieve, yet take rest in knowing our brother lived fully and invested wholeheartedly in what matters most.

Thank you and please consider sharing this letter via the links below.

 

P.S. This one minute video describes what’s happened in Tanzania since Jordan shared the gospel there as part of the ORU Man Team on their mission to reach the unreached.

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