Dexter A. Jordan




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Introductory Biography of

Pastor Dexter Antonio Jordan

Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified”. Romans 8:30

Predestination: Pastor Dexter Antonio Jordan, a believer, preacher, teacher, praiser, worshipper, vocalist and a chaser after GOD’s own heart.  He was born April 8, 1968 in Macon, Georgia to the parentage of Mr. Robert and Mattie Jordan. Reared in Musella, GA, he is the youngest child and caring brother to Robert S. Jordan, Beverly Jordan-Sinclair and Vernita Jordan-Banks. He is the adoring father of two children, Jovan Jordan & Kaelyn Jordan.

Pastor Jordan received his education from Mary Persons High School in Forsyth, GA, graduating in 1986.  He furthered his scholastic education attending Gordon College and Macon Junior College. Living by the mantra in 2nd Timothy 2:15; “Study to shew thyself approved unto GOD, a workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth”, he pursed biblical education at Emmanuel Bible College majoring in Christian Education and graduated from the Crossroads Bible Institute with a diploma in Biblical Studies. He continues to expand his academic advancement at the Andersonville Theological Seminary.

Calling: Proverbs 22:6 provided a foundation and promise to the parents of Pastor Jordan to “train a child up in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it”.  Being therefore, nurtured with a Christian upbringing, he joined Little Rogers CME Church at the age of nine.  As a young adult, Towaliga County Line Baptist Church in Jackson, GA became his church home where he cultivated the will and works of GOD. He utilized his gift of music and directed the Voice of Towaliga Choir for 12 years and served as an Ordained Deacon. Pastor Jordan; however, felt a prevailing call over his life and on Sunday, August 18, 1996 he yielded to the voice of the LORD.  Sunday, October 6, 1996 destiny and promise intertwined, propelling Jordan onto his preordained pathway of delivering his initial sermon to engage, teach, and enhance the spiritual growth of the multitudes.

Justification: The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD and after serving as interim pastor; in June 1998, Pastor Jordan steps elevated him to the pastoral leadership of Stone Creek Baptist Church in Dry Branch, GA.  Throughout his tenure, an awesome wave of GOD moved through bringing in believers to enhance and nonbelievers to find their walk in JESUS CHRIST.  With the upsurge in growth, Stone Creek transitioned from a bi-monthly worship service to a weekly Sunday service. As the visionary, Pastor Jordan and members accomplished many great things for the up building of GOD’s Kingdom.

On October 2, 2017, Pastor Jordan ministerial steps were ordered to another plateau as he became the newly called pastor-elect for Center Hill Baptist Church.  After 19 years of faithful service, the sun set on his pastoral season at Stone Creek Sunday, November 12, 2017.  He stepped into his new season at Center Hill, preaching his first sermon Sunday, November 19, 2017 entitled “A One Man Praise”.

As it is written in 1 Corinthians 2:9, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. Pastor Jordan’s ministry has been blessed to have a glimpse of what is prepared for him.  He is an admired and conscripted revivalist, utilizing his gifts of preaching, teaching and song both near and far.  As a community supporter, he has served as Chaplain to over 350 students at Bill E. Ireland Youth Development Center in Milledgeville, GA, as Volunteer Coordinator for the Macon State Youth Development Center, on the Advisory Board for the Department of Juvenile Justice, and with United Way of Central Georgia as Lead Coordinator over 11 schools participating in the Read United Initiative Program in partnership with the Bibb County School District. He has previously served as Vice President at Large of the Sixth District General Missionary Baptist Convention under the administration of President David L. Stanley and past President of the Twiggs County Ministers Alliance.  In 2011, he was voted as one of the Top 20 Pastors in the Gospel Choice Awards for Central, GA.

Glorification: Pastor Dexter A. Jordan is preaching and teaching truth and salvation, operating under grace, directed by the anointing, and walking by faith in humility. He remains steadfast to his calling, his family and divine assignment charged to his life.  His continual prayer is one of obedience and example whereas the LORD will continue to order his steps as he walks in CHRIST being an example for all to see.  And as GOD holds him, he ceaselessly and forever gives HIM all the PRAISE and GLORY.