Jordan was born in Spokane, WA and grew up in the greater Seattle Metro area. He holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Northwest University and an M.Div. from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. He studied abroad at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in Baguio City, Philippines where he also completed an intensive summer missions training program called “Missions Training Institute.”
Following Jesus has allowed him to direct land-tours in Alaska, Yukon Territory, Canada, and New York City, serve with a missions organization called “Surfing the Nations” in Honolulu, HI, intern with “OneHope” in Nigeria, Argentina, and Uruguay, and pastor youth in Orange County, CA. The adventure of walking with Jesus on life’s journey has shaped his worldview and increased his capacity for faith.
His heart is to continue to promote community, teach missional living, provide opportunities to serve, and invite others to know Jesus personally.
Angela grew up along the Missouri – Arkansas border. In 2004, she moved to Springfield, MO to attend Evangel University in pursuit of a business degree. During her second week she visited 20Twenty and decided to make it her home church. Her love for young adults is shown through her dedication to the ministry. During her time at EU, she had the opportunity to attend Converge Atlanta, a two-week intense leadership training conference, in Atlanta, GA, with young adult leaders from across the United States. Since graduating in 2007, she continues to be an integral part of our leadership team, working behind the scenes to make sure things get done. She currently works at Evangel University as Conference Services office coordinator.
Wes is originally from the Evansville, Indiana tri-state area. In 2010, he graduated from Evangel University, with a B.A. in Biblical Studies and Biblical Languages. While at Evangel, Wes participated in 4 years of collegiate cross country, 3 years of indoor and outdoor track, and served on Evangel’s Senate for one term. Currently, Wes is pursuing an M. Div. at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in order to serve as a chaplain in the United States Navy.