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  Bishop Quintin Jordan, a graduate of Livingstone College in Salisbury N.C. is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduation, he relocated to Las Vegas, Nv. He was licensed and ordained as a Pastor in the A.M.E. Zion church in 1992 and founded Living Word A.M.E. Zion church 1996. Due to sickness in the family he returned to Ohio in 2002.

     Pastor Ramenia Jordan is originally from Pittsburgh, Pa. After the passing of her father in 1980, her mother moved the family to Rancho Cordova Ca. and in 1985 Pastor relocated to Middletown, Ohio with her family. She gave her life to Christ on June 3, 1985 and for 29 years has remained very active in the ministry.

     In March of 2012 Bishop Jordan (then Pastor)  became a co-pastor at Judah Sanctuary of Praise in Middletown, Ohio under the leadership of Chief Apostle Keith J. Brooks, where Pastor Jordan (then Sis. Chisholm) was already an active member holding   offices such as Apostle’s secretary along with many other positions.

Shortly after Pastor Quintin joining Judah, he and Sis. Ramenia were married.

   On March 9, 2014 in a ceremony officiated by Apostle Brooks, through Judah Sanctuary of Praise and Apostles Of Round Table they were affirmed into the offices of Bishop and Pastor.

   On March 16, 2014, still under the spiritual guidance of JSOP and AORT they officially opened the doors of Second Chance Christian Center in the Old North Dayton community.

In September 2016, by the leading of the Holy Spirit they walked away from the traditional ministry and SCCC became a without walls ministry.

To date, along with overseeing the daily operations of SCCC, Bishop and Pastor can be heard every Sunday morning at 10am here on WGJM 97.9 fm and they hold service every third Sunday at 5:30pm at Maria Joseph Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. They can also be found in various communities of Dayton ministering to anyone desiring to know about the love of God and Jesus and actively working with other ministries and community programs to help improve our city.