Lane P. Jordan
Lane P. Jordan is a best-selling author, national speaker, seminar leader, recording artist, Bible teacher, and certified life coach. She attended Auburn University, where she studied Fashion Merchandising and Marketing. She then transferred to Georgia State University and graduated with a BA degree in Journalism and Broadcasting.
Lane was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, in a family of seven children. As a child, she enjoyed gymnastics, cheering, piano, and scouting. Now that she is an adult, along with her love for reading, writing, and singing, Lane enjoys sports, especially tennis, golf, swimming, walking, and hiking.
Lane served as the associate producer for the weekly television program In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley and was also the editor of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta’s weekly newsletter, The Witness.
Lane began speaking and writing over twenty years ago while she was living in Littleton, Colorado. She now lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Scott, who partners with her in ministry. Lane has two daughters: Christi, a graduate of Baylor University, who is married and living in Ohio with grandchild number one, and Grace, a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, who works in Houston, Texas.
Lane’s heart’s desire is to do all she can for the Lord and to love, support, motivate, and encourage women in all walks of life. She has written four books, all on the subject of helping women become more organized. She also released a collection of well-known, contemporary gospel songs titled How Do I Live? Currently, Lane writes a weekly blog to help inspire and motivate women in all aspects of their lives. You can find this blog at: www.PathwaysToOrganization.com
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- Ministering to Women
- Life Balance and Time Management
- 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman
- 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Mom
- 12 Steps to Having a More Organized Christmas