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GSICR welcomes Stacey Jordon

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Stacey traveled for five years with Israel Houghton as a member of the worship group, New Breed. She sang lead on “Friend”on the Live from Another Level album and “You’ve Been A Friend” on the recently released Alive In South Africa album. She has sung on various artists’ projects including: Mary Alessi, Martha Munizzi, Lakewood Church, Karen Clark-Sheard, Bishop Jakes’ “He-Motions”, and Micah Stampley.

In 2007, Stacey released her debut album "Prayer Time" on her label J.Stacey Music Group. The 9-track CD is a compilation of prayers and worship melodies designed for times of devotion. Stacey recorded her first "Live" worship record--iBelieve on April 2, 2010 in, her hometown, Baton Rouge. It's scheduled to be released 2012.

She is the co-founder of Kingdom Girls International a non-profit organization committed to helping young women build better lives through mentoring and abstinence counseling. Stacey graduated from Grambling State University with a B.S. in Secondary Education. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Stacey authored her first book, Finding My Way, a revealing memoir of her life journey. She shares an inside account of her daring decision to deal with abandonment and rejection issues, tackle the deadly emotion called unforgiveness, and sever the strains of financial struggle. Stacey enjoys sharing her testimony and helping other women find their way. Each week you can catch her on the "hit" talk-show Women Listen on Bonnerfide Radio. Her featured "Listen Up" segment is sure to inspire you. Stacey resides in Charlotte, NC and is a member of World Worship Center where Lloyd Bustard is the pastor.

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