Jordan Mabe

Jordan Mabe


Jordan is currently studying Healthcare Administration through Liberty University while remaining a student on campus at LPC-Ignite in Virginia. He is originally from Athens, Vermont, and is not surprised you have never heard of it. His hobbies include sleeping, reading, listening to unhealthy amounts of punk rock, sleeping, and drinking all the sweet tea he can get his hands on. Jordan works in a local church as their Youth Ministry Intern and loves every second of it. His passion is to see truth and knowledge radically change lives for the better. His dream is to one day work with relief groups and medical missionaries all around the world, before retiring to write a good book.


“I am a product of long corridors, empty sunlit rooms, upstairs indoor silences, attics explored in solitude, distant noises of gurgling cisterns and pipes, and the noise of wind under the tiles. Also, of endless books.” -C.S. Lewis

“God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.” – Saint Augustine

“People are unrealistic, illogical, and self-centered. Love them anyway.” – Mother Teresa


“Creating a Healthy Environment for Empowering Women”

The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol of a snake eating its own tail. And as I sat through several sessions and side events at the UN today for CSW, the image of the Ouroboros kept popping into my head. Many of the issues and discussions brought up today were essentially in conflict with each other. […]

Jordan Mabe | March 19, 2019


OPINION: On the Issues of Methodists

The United Methodist Church has voted to keep it’s ban on lesbian and gay clergy. A decision that was narrowly passed with 53% in favor and 47% against. Despite the majority of the American church pushing to openly allow for any LGBTQ+ members, many of the church members worldwide have chosen to maintain the Methodist […]

Jordan Mabe | February 28, 2019


Environmental Scares

With all the environmental scares that have gone on recently, you would think we would eventually slow down and come to a solution about all the pollution we’re pouring into the atmosphere. Concern about the environment is good. In fact, as a Christian who is called to be a good steward of the earth, I […]

Jordan Mabe | February 25, 2019


The New Tribes

In the not-so-distant past, if you had told people that one day you could have the wealth of the world’s information in the palm of your hand, they would have laughed in your face. But nowadays technology like smartphones, social media and services designed to stream information directly to you are commonplace. So commonplace that […]

Jordan Mabe | January 29, 2019


Bill S.240

New York has just passed legislature updating their current laws on Abortion. Some argue that this is a monumental step in protecting reproductive health rights and others claim that it is a moral atrocity. There are many articles stating that this legislature allows for abortion up to birth and strips all rights away from infants. […]

Jordan Mabe | January 24, 2019


New Year, Same Me

New Years has always been a weird time for me. I don’t think I’ve ever quite wrapped my head around the whole concept. I don’t understand that even though we have a holiday that is explicitly centered around new beginnings, it’s implicitly centered around the futility of change.   Let me explain:   Every year […]

Jordan Mabe | January 17, 2019


The Rise of Pro-Life

We are now living in a time where 56% of Americans believe abortion to be morally wrong. This is up substantially from 1995, where only 33% of Americans polled would identify as pro-life. So what has caused such a rise in the pro-life movement? Many different people have many different theories on why Americans have […]

Jordan Mabe | December 28, 2018


The Problem of Sex

According to everything we believe to be true, sex should be at an all time high. Ever since the sexual revolution of the 70s, sex has slowly morphed from something that never got a lot of limelight into something that is normal for most people to talk about and discuss. Overall, society has become much […]

Jordan Mabe | November 30, 2018


Why Relationships are Important

The battleground of culture isn’t university. It isn’t political debates or marches against any institution. The battleground of culture is in relationships. The more I think about it, the more I realize that people don’t change their minds overnight. Rarely do people change through debate or argumentation. We learn information from those we appreciate and […]

Jordan Mabe | November 20, 2018


How to Survive Thanksgiving

October is almost over and Thanksgiving is almost here: a holiday filled with food, fun, and fights. While I do enjoy a good argument, it is important to me (and should be important to everyone) that my family holidays aren’t ruined. It would be a perfect world if everyone could discuss ideas without being personally […]

Jordan Mabe | October 30, 2018