The Rev. Brandon Duke (@FrBrandonD) is a Christian pastor, Episcopal priest, teacher, and hospital chaplain. He holds a B.B.A. from Mercer University that emphasized Management and Marketing, as well as an M.Div. from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. Upon graduating from seminary, Brandon served as a chaplain to homeless men and woman at Central Outreach and Advocacy Center in downtown Atlanta, followed by an assignment to Emory University Hospital and Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital, also in the role of chaplain. After receiving his D.A.S. (Diploma of Anglican Studies) at The University of the South’s Sewanee Seminary he was called to St. Julian’s Episcopal Church where he served for close to seven years. As a parish priest, Fr. Brandon helped to start ministries that emphasize pastoral care, Christian formation, and mindfulness. Currently, he serves three hospitals in the Atlanta Metropolitan area as a PRN chaplain. Brandon’s a proud father of two boys, and a loving husband to his wife, Ann. He and his family live in Atlanta near Emory University.