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I’m Jordan Lee, welcome to the party! I'm so happy you're here! I believe in keeping it real, best friends, and messy hair. Life isn't perfect and neither are we. BUT it can be pretty great when we help one another along and lean on Jesus.


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SoulScripts Blog

  • Being a Christian in a Sorority
    by Jordan Lee on December 20, 2017 at 4:00 pm

    When I was a freshman at Indiana University, I was completely against the idea of joining a sorority. It just wasn't for me. In fact, I was the only girl on my entire dorm floor that didn't go through recruitment in January. When girls would come back […]

  • Are You a Chronic Comparer?
    by Jordan Lee on December 19, 2017 at 3:42 pm

    In elementary school, I shopped at Limited Too (anyone else?!) simply because that's where all my friends shopped. In high school, Hollister and low rise jeans were in. So, you can probably guess what was in my closet. Before my junior year of college, I […]

  • The Truth About Saving Sex For Marriage...
    by Jordan Lee on December 15, 2017 at 2:59 am

    He was a D1 college football player. I was in a sorority. Classic, right? We met during our time at a Big10 university, arguably one of the bigger party schools in the nation. We certainly weren't in Christian bubbles and we were faced with different messages […]

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Jesus tells us in Mark 2:17 that it's not the righteous that need a physician, but the sick and broken. We all need Jesus and we all need each other. I want us to shout from the mountaintops the TRUE invitation of the Gospel, the one that invites in brokenness and imperfection, hugs each other tight, points to Jesus as He says, "Come home, your brokenness is welcome (and redeemed) here."




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