Lane Jordan, recording artist, author, national speaker and seminar
leader, was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. One of seven
children, she enjoyed gymnastics, cheerleading, scouting and piano.
Lane graduated from Dykes High School (now Sutton Middle School)
and went on to study Fashion Merchandising and Marketing at Auburn
University, where she was also a member of Kappa Delta Sorority.
She later received a B.A. in Journalism and Broadcasting from
Georgia State University in Atlanta, Early in her ministry, Lane
served as the Associate Producer for the weekly television program,
In Touch, with Dr. Charles Stanley, and also as the Editor of
the First Baptist Church of Atlanta's weekly newsletter, The Witness.
After living in Littleton, Colorado for eight years, Lane moved
with her family to Frisco, Texas in the Dallas area in 2000. Lane
has two very special daughters - Christi, a graduate of Baylor
University and Grace, who is in high school.
Lane leads seminars, retreats and workshops based on her book
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman,
which is distributed nationally. She has also released her first
recording project titled How Do I live?
Lane sings in the music ministry of Prestonwood Baptist Church
in Plano and is an Artist Associate for World Vision.
The desire of Lane's heart is to do all that she can for the
Lord and for women of today.
"It is encouraging to find a young woman who is not
only a beautiful demonstration of an organized woman, but who
can share her wisdom in a delightful and interesting way."
Dr. Charles F. Stanley
First Baptist Church
"I have been wanting to sit down and write you a letter
for awhile. I want to thank you for writing your book - it has
been such a big help to me. I have purchased many books to help
me get organized. I then came across your book. It has brought
so much freedom to me. God has used your book to help me change.
I realized the other day that it's been 6 months since I read
your book. I have evaluated my life and I've changed so much in
6 months. Before reading your book, I thought I had to be Super
Woman, which left me feeling helpless and miserable. Then I read
the part where you encouraged to hire help. I found a wonderful
lady to help me once a week. My home has those days where it's
chaos, but it's not every day, like it was. With 4 children under
9 and a husband, I think a couple of days of chaos once in awhile
is not too bad. I'm happy now. I praise the Lord for your book."
"Lane was a blessing, thank you so much!"
"Very good speaker and singer"
"Beautiful testimony! God bless you!"
"I appreciate your witness!"
"What a message!"
"It also helps us to have a good sense of
humor - while being a Christian! I
enjoyed your program and lovely voice."
"Outstanding speaker - message very moving-
"Marvelous - everything - particularly Lane's
"A beautiful lady with a beautiful testimony.
Thank you, Lane."
"It is so amazing how this topic draws at the heart
of women. One of the things of which I am convinced, is that God
wants to use women to minister to others, and do mighty things
for His Kingdom, but often our disorganization and resulting stress,
keeps us from being fully used. One woman purchased your book
for my small group Bible study and attended one meeting (that
I lead in my home). She said it so drastically changed her life
that she feels like she has her "home" back and could
reach out to a single mother in need of child care. That is so
awesome to see how God is using you."
"I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your
book on becoming an organized woman. It made me take an entirely
different, more positive look on cleaning and taking care of a
household.So thanks and God bless!"
B. Spokane, WA
about Lane Jordan
at her website.