About Dr. Basha P. Jordan, Jr.
The Rev. Dr. Basha Jordan, Jr. is the son of the late Rev. Basha Jordan, Sr. and Doreatha C. Jordan.
Dr. Jordan earned his Bachelor of Science degree in political science from the former Morgan State College in Baltimore, Maryland. He studied at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. where he earned his Master of Divinity. He continued his education at Drew University School of Theology in Madison, New Jersey where he earned his Doctor of Ministry degree.
This Methodist preacher’s kid followed in his father’s footsteps and was ordained deacon and then elder in the United Methodist Church. He pastored 23 years as a Methodist pastor before founding Hope Alive Ministry Deliverance Fellowship, the House of Hope, and Hope Alive Outreach in Baltimore, Maryland. Those ministries focus on those who suffer from the disease of addiction and their families.
Part of his ministry has included hosting a radio talk show in Baltimore, Maryland, which focuses on substance abuse prevention. He has also ministered through radio in St. Petersburg, Florida, and conducted deliverance conferences in St. Pete. He moved his outreach ministry to St. Pete in 2015.
He has a heart for St. Petersburg, a city where his father grew up. Dr. Jordan is the grandson of Elder Jordan, Sr. for which Jordan Park is named.
He is the husband of another Methodist preacher’s kid, Pia Marie Winters Jordan, a retired associate professor of multimedia journalism at Morgan State University in Baltimore. Their adult children include Basha, III, and Christina. More than anything, Dr. Jordan wants to be known as someone who loves the Lord and wants to bring others into a relationship with Christ.