Jordan, with the assistance of his wife Geralyn, serves as the senior pastor of Trinity Fellowship, and has done so since 1988. Together he and Geralyn have three adult children and two grandchildren.
Jordan completed his undergraduate studies at Michigan State University in Communication Arts and Education. His later graduate studies led him to Christ the Savior Seminary, University of Thessaloniki in Greece, and then to St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary where he earned a Masters of Divinity in 1986.
His pastoral-evangelistic ministry began while in attendance at Western Michigan University where he, in association with The Navigators, ministered to the students of that campus. Later Jordan, together with his wife Geralyn, moved to East Lansing, Michigan where they were to both lead a student outreach at Michigan State University. Later, at the request and with the support of an existing interdenominational Christian Community in London England, Jordan and Geralyn moved to London, to found a similar ministry at the University of London.
In conjunction with the above, Jordan served for eight years as an elder in The Work of Christ Community, an interdenominational Christian Community located in Lansing, Michigan. We continue to have a longstanding relationship and friendship with the Sword of the Spirit communities and The Work of Christ.
In an effort to help others from various Christian denominations, and traditions to rediscover their roots, Jordan has authored various Church renewal publications as well as Common Ground: An Introduction to Eastern Christianity for the American Christian.
Along with above pastoral and writing responsibilities, Jordan has also taught the Old Testament and Psalms at Colorado Christian University, and the Philosophy of Religion at Front Range Community College here in Fort Collins.