Larry Jordan spent 25 years in investment banking, assisting companies, governments, and non-profit agencies in issuing over $10 billion of municipal bonds for capital projects and cash flows.

In 2011, Larry quit his job and sold his house to spend his life in service. He drove veterans to the VA clinic, prepared 1,000 tax returns for low-income families, and taught middle school in Africa.

Larry traveled around the world, read over 1,000 books about spirituality, and had some powerful experiences, including baking in a sweat lodge, chanting to Shiva, meditating in a zendo, and whirling with the dervishes.

Larry is a follower of Jesus with Zen practice. He wrote “The Way: Meaningful Spirituality for a Modern World,” which was informed by the Eastern religions, the mystics, and quantum physicists.