Sharing Christian music with the homeless and imprisoned.
JBB Ministries is a volunteer organization devoted to delivering the Word of God through original, Christian contemporary music and speech to those enduring hardship.
We are volunteers with a passion for music and spreading the Word of the Lord. Initially (2001), we were featured at a Walk Thru the Bible workshop. Later, we began performing at the Central Presbyterian Men’s Homeless Shelter. Over the years, the Jordan B. Band has grown to include over a dozen talented musicians performing as a trio most weeks.
A Free Ministry
The services of JBB Ministries are completely without fee. No honorarium is requested. We hope only to share the Christian faith with those burdened by homelessness or prison. Chaplains, program directors and others working with those groups and organizations are encouraged to contact us. We would be honored to appear for your community.
Jordan Colletta founded and heads JBB Ministries. He is a singer, songwriter, evangelist and program host based in Atlanta Georgia. Jordan and his family have lived and worked in the US and Canada, during his 37 year service at a Fortune 100 company. Beginning his career as a clerk in New Orleans, he completed it in company leadership as the Vice President of Customer Technology Marketing.
Today Jordan and his team enthusiastically share Christ through cross-denominational services in homeless shelters and prisons. During these services they play original, contemporary Christian songs and share God’s Word. The objective is to bring a spirit of hope to the homeless and imprisoned, so they know they are loved by the Lord and are encouraged to grow in faith.
Jordan has written over 30 Christian songs, plays multiple instruments, sings and has appeared on 10+ music CDs. He is a past President of an Atlanta-based Toastmasters’ club, has lectured at universities / schools, acted in training videos, produced and hosted for television, and recorded devotional vignettes for broadcast.
For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me. (Matthew 25:35-36)