Jon Jorgenson has a rare ability to connect with and captivate audiences. His multi-faceted talent and his uncanny ability to engage our students was unparalleled. Jon has wisdom beyond his years, and his relevance is beyond belief. I'm thankful to have met him.
Dean Whitaker, Director of Campus Ministries - University of the Cumberlands
We had the pleasure of having Jon come out and speak at our church. He was very engaging to a widely varied audience, aging from middle school through retired members of our congregation. Not only was he very personable and easy to relate to, he shared a brilliant message that helped to further inspire us as a congregation to live our mission of reaching all with the Gospel. I thank God for the message that Jon shared here and will continue to share!
SETH ILLICH, Manager of Young Adult Discipleship - Immanuel Lutheran Church
Jon has a true passion for what he does and has an understanding to reach across generations, teaching the word of Christ. He grabs an audience quickly and teaches through his life experiences - which I think is the appealing part - with humor, charm and wisdom. Having been to Loras College twice now, I can see the impact he has made on our campus and around the world.
HANNAH FRITTS, Student - Loras College
Jon's presentation to our group of aspiring actors, singers, dancers and artists was spot on. His ability to captivate our imaginations with relevant stories and inspirational spoken word was phenomenal. Jon Jorgenson, marked with sincerity and passion, made a tremendous impact on our students and parents alike.
WENDY HOOVER, Artistic Director - Christian Youth Theater Sacramento
Jon Jorgenson is changing the way the world looks at the Millennial generation. Jon has a unique way of storytelling. This is key in order to change hearts and minds back towards God.
KRIS CRUZ, Radio Host/Producer - The Blaze
on was an engaging speaker for our 8th grade girls' seminar - he motivated our young girls to understand the power they have in determining their life's choices.
SUSAN VAUGHN, Teacher - West Hall Middle School