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"Fred, live my life for me! Help those who have a problem with alcohol and drugs!"

Fred Jordan listened in pain to the heartfelt plea of his boyhood friend. The man was in prison, scheduled to die for a crime he committed while drunk. But his words had an impact on Fred that has resulted in countless people around the world whose lives have been changed through the power of God’s love.

Since 1944, the ministry that began as an outreach to the thousands of homeless men who wandered the postwar streets of Los Angeles, has reached around the world.

Fred Jordan Missions has served the physical and spiritual needs of poor and helpless people, not only in the United States, but also in the teeming cities of Japan, Hong Kong and Korea, and also in the cities and jungles of Ghana and Liberia, West Africa.

With his wife Willie, Fred built orphanages, schools, hospitals and missions around the world to share the life-changing power of a living God among those whose lives are a daily struggle for meaningful existence. 

In 1951 Fred began a weekly television program, Church in the Home... that aired across the country. Now in its 55th year, Willie continues the weekly TV program, sharing the needs of hungry, hurting families here in America.

Since Fred’s death in 1988, his wife Willie, several of their children, and a dedicated Fred Jordan Mission team of caring professionals carry on the work among the poor and needy in the inner city, bringing help, hope and the love of God to tens of thousands of children and families each year. The vision continues.

Fred Jordan Missions
P.O. Box 12345
Covina, CA 91722
(626) 915-1981