Our Pastors
Pastor Craig Duke cduke@fwgoodshepherd.org
Rev. Craig W. Duke became the senior pastor of Good Shepherd in February 2011.  He has over 28 years of ministry experience serving 3 former congregations in the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church.  Pastor Craig received his Bachelor of Science from Ball State University and his Master of Divinity from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois.

He is married to his wife Linda of 28 years who has a passion for youth ministry and summer Christian camping ministry. Together they have one daughter, Tiffany, who is a sophomore at New Tech Academy in Wayne High School. She loves hip hop and ballet dance and is a cheerleader for W.H.S. Pastor Craig is passionate about worship and social justice and about serving a congregation that is open to all people. “After 3 years at Good Shepherd, I am excited about our vision to ‘Create, seek out and to be in Relationship.’ We are a congregation that desires to do more than just worship together. We are working to make an impact in our world by being the hands and feet of Christ. If you want to live out your faith, then this is the place to be.”

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Pastor Nick Robinson nrobinson@fwgoodshepherd.org
Rev. Nick Robinson was appointed to serve as Good Shepherd's associate pastor in July 2012. He comes to Fort Wayne by way of New Albany, IN where his parents still live in the house where he was raised. Nick earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Evansville and a Masters Divinty at Candler School of Theology, which is part of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He has served at churches of all sizes before joining Good Shepherd in ministry including a stint as an associate youth director at a large church near Atlanta, Georgia, ministering with the homeless in a medium sized church in Birmingham, Alabama, and serving as the head pastor of small country church in English, Indiana. Nick is excited to be part of Good Shepherd where there is room for God's Spirit to move in amazing ways.

 

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