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The Sisterhood

The Sisterhood is a unique community where you'll get to connect with other Christian girls around the globe, grow in your faith, join me inside monthly Bible study videos, learn more about blogging and business in your twenties, and more! Try it out for free and get instant access to  an awesome community, guided discussions, Bible study, and discounts on my entire resource library and apparel shop!



 hey girl!

I’m Jordan Lee, welcome to my little community! 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

  • To the One Who Feels Unworthy
    by Jordan Lee on December 3, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    It seems like everywhere I look, I see inspiring phrases like, “You are worthy,” and “You are so worth loving.” It's nearly become a trend on the internet, especially in the Christian corner of the web. When I first read it, […]

  • How to Explain What “Your Brokenness is Welcome Here” Really Means
    by Jordan Lee on December 3, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    This past fall, I released sweatshirts with my blog and ministry's tagline, “Your Brokenness is Welcome Here.” I wasn't sure how it'd go. I haven't done anything with merchandise in over three years. All I knew is that I wanted to create […]

  • Confessions From a Girl Who Got Everything She Ever Wanted
    by Jordan Lee on November 21, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    A few years ago, I was convinced that if I had these things, I'd be happy in life: A good guy 2. A house 3. A job I liked 4. A dog (and eventually kids). I thought that if I had the things listed, I'd be set. I have those things now. Do they bring […]

Join the Movement

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."