Jordan Bradford is a musician, charismatic leader, visionary, provocative thinker, and entrepreneur with an incredible God-given ability to communicate the Gospel in fresh and creative ways. He is a dynamic leader pressing the boundaries of "church as usual" to advance the Kingdom of God like never before.
Jordan's story is one of unusual significance. In the summer of 2007 Jordan was tragically burnt in the construction of a youth center in Middleport, Ohio. Jordan would go on to name the center INFERNO Youth, which would reach countless young people with the message of Christ in the years to come. He suffered severe burns and was hospitalized at the Ohio State University burn unit in Columbus, Ohio. With fourth degree burns and the, soon to be, largest circumferential skin graft in the medical history of the Ohio State University Hospital, this seemingly tragic story would end in triumph. Before the end of Jordan's 21 day journey in the burn unit of OSU, he would be visited by the head Elder of World Harvest Church and Dean of World Harvest Bible College, Elder Ronnie Harrison.
The Lord no doubt sent Ronnie Harrison that day on a specific mission to disenfranchise the enemy's plans for Jordan's life. Jordan was given a full scholarship to World Harvest Bible College/Valor Christian College for the following semester. He would then go on that fall to WHBC/VCC and lead in the music departments of the college, youth ministry and church.
It was through his burn that God began to open many doors for Jordan. In 2009, he was privileged to meet Grammy Award-winning worship leader Israel Houghton. It was during this meeting that Israel asked Jordan to speak at his annual worship conference, A Deeper Level, held in Houston, Texas. Jordan spoke to countless people on an international platform about God's faithfulness and the power that ONE surrendered life can have on an entire generation.
Jordan now makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, while championing the cause of his outreach ministry to the deprived youth of Appalachia, Freedom for Appalachia Community Development Organization (FACDO) based in Southeastern Ohio, of which he is Founder and President. Jordan and his brother Isaac are now raising funds to build a ministry outreach center in the Nashville area. Jordan also has a traveling schedule in which he ministers at various churches across the United States and South Africa.
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