Jordan and Justin Logston

Justin and Jordan Logston

Serving the Lord in Belize


Justin and Jordan Logston serve the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in Belize, Central America. As a communications specialist, Justin covers events in the region, shoots video and takes photographs, and writes and edits articles. Meanwhile, Jordan’s primary responsibilities include growing the English-as-a-Second-Language program in Belize, working as a business associate assisting with ministry finances, and helping with short-term mission teams.

Justin’s hometown is Loveland, Colo., where their home congregation, Immanuel Lutheran Church and School (ILCS), is located. Over the years, he has led the high school youth program, worked with the technology team and served in music ministry at ILCS. Justin received his B.A. in Journalism from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, and his A.A.S. in Computer Networking from Front Range Community College, Fort Collins. Prior to serving in Belize, he worked as a voice actor and a technology contract worker. In 2019, Justin and Jordan helped build houses in the Dominican Republic with Habitat for Humanity. Justin enjoys Star Wars, movies, reading, video games, softball and being a father.

Jordan’s hometown is Cedaredge, Colo. She previously served as ILCS’ business manager, where she oversaw ministry finances and human resources, secured grants, launched the toddler program, and assisted with marketing efforts. Jordan attended the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, and received her A.A. in Liberal Arts from Aims Community College, Greeley. Before serving in Belize, she worked as a small business team lead for an insurance agency and as a personal banker/teller. Over the years, Jordan has tutored refugees and students in English. She also helped at a Belizean children’s home in 2017. Jordan enjoys the outdoors, reading, watching movies, drinking coffee and smoothies, and being a mom. Justin and Jordan have a son, Jamie Malachi, who joins them on the mission field.


Pray for the Logstons as they serve in Belize. Ask God to give them strength and courage so they can serve the people of Belize with a focus on how God is transforming their hearts to do His work and fulfill the Great Commission. Let us give thanks that Justin and Jordan are serving in this part of the world.

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Additional Information

  • Birthdays:
    • Justin — Sept. 1
    • Jordan — Aug. 6
    • Jamie Malachi — April 27
  • Wedding Anniversary: Aug. 17
  • Home District: Rocky Mountain

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