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NEWS_P20Jordan Massiah family

Student from Toronto supported by church in Atlanta

It’s a long road to become a pastor. For Jordan Massiah, it’s 12 years of schooling in three different states over an international border from his hometown of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

“Studying for the ministry is tough, but the feeling of knowing that you get to be there in a person’s life helping them to learn of God’s love through Jesus is something that keeps me motivated,” says Massiah, a senior at Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minn.

This year Massiah is blessed to have been adopted by Intown Lutheran Church, Atlanta, Ga. Massiah and Intown interact regularly, connecting through Zoom interviews; a Q&A between Massiah and Intown’s Sunday school kids; a virtual campus tour by Massiah; and, of course, care packages, including the nifty T-shirts that he and his family are sporting from Intown (above).
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