The sons of Michael and Kimberley Bradford, Jordan and Isaac grew up in Rector, attending Rector and Marmaduke schools. Since childhood, the brothers have been passionate in their faith, living a life of full-time ministry and currently operating out of Nashville, Tenn.
In addition to their ministry, the brothers founded the Freedom for Appalachia Community Development Organization, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reach out the severely impoverished, disadvantaged youth of the Appalachian region.
The brothers have traveled across the nation sharing their ministry and messages, performing with the likes of Benny Hinn, Rod Parsley, Terry Tripp and Judy Jacobs. Known as The Judah Nation Band, they have developed a following comprised of people of all ages. They have also released a critically acclaimed album, "No End."
Each brother has written a book sharing his personal accounts and faith. Isaac's book, "My Healer," chronicles his story of being miraculously healed of terminal lymphoma cancer in 2010. Jordan shares his testimony of being severely, almost fatally, burned in 2007 in his book, "The Inferno Experience."
All are invited to attend this special appearance. Rector First Baptist Church is located on the corner of 2nd and Stewart Streets near the post office. Those wanting additional information about the Rector event may contact the church at (870) 595-3668. More information on Bradford Ministries may be found at www.bradfordministries.net.