Jason Dukes • Church Multiplication Minister
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Jason Dukes

Church Multiplication Minister


Jason Dukes

Jason Dukes is the Church Multiplication Minister for Brentwood Baptist Church. He and his wife Jen reside in the Nashville area with their three boys, four girls, and one yellow lab. Jason grew up in New Orleans, LA. He graduated in 1996 from Union University in Jackson, TN, where he and Jen met. He got his MDiv from New Orleans Baptist Seminary in 2003. He surrendered to becoming an equipper/pastor his senior year of high school and was later ordained by First Baptist Church Orlando, FL. He has served as a youth pastor with First Baptist Dyer, TN, a college pastor and high school teacher/basketball coach with First Baptist Church Orlando, FL, a church starter and founding pastor with Westpoint Church in Winter Garden, FL, and a lead pastor with First Baptist Church Booneville, MS. 

Jason helped start ReproducingChurches.com and HouseBlendCafe.com. He is passionate about equipping disciples of Jesus to make disciples of Jesus. He has written four books: Live Sent, beyond MY church, Say No to Discipleship?!? (an ebook), and the forthcoming book The BIG Story of God. He has contributed to LifeWay's The Gospel Project and OnMission magazine. He writes periodically at LiveSent.com, reFUNCTIONation.com, and SENTkids.com. Jason cheers for Duke basketball, Saints football, and Canadiens hockey. He most enjoys hang-time with his boys, daughter-dates with his girls, and one-on-one time with Jen.

Articles by Jason Dukes


Keeping the Sabbath Keeps Us Engaged in God’s Purposes

Keeping the Sabbath Keeps Us Engaged in God’s Purposes

Silence. Exile. Hopelessness. For over 70 years. Then, the silence was broken, and a broken people were allowed to return to their broken land, repair their broken culture, and even rebuild the broken temple of their God. All of this was declared by an enemy, conquering, benevolent king Cyrus, who even though he did not know the King of Kings,... continue reading


Three Ways Scripture Can Flow in Conversation

Three Ways Scripture Can Flow in Conversation

I have three boys and four girls. Boys and girls see life differently. My opinion here--girls have more common sense. For example, we have the "cannot-find-that" rule. The boys and I look for the cashews in the pantry, and we back away declaring, "Do we have anymore cashews?" My wife or one of the girls confidently strolls over... continue reading


Three Essentials for Encouraging Other to Seek God

Three Essentials for Encouraging Other to Seek God

Walking around Athens, as recorded in Acts 17, Paul noticed a statue "To an Unknown God." He basically told the Athenians he knew the Unknown God and proceeded to tell them about Jesus. Not everyone believed, but some of them wanted to stick around and chat more. There's a lot we can learn from how Paul engaged the philosophers of Athens.... continue reading

Devotions by Jason Dukes

Title Scripture Date
He Will Save His People from Their Sins Matthew 1:18-21 December 22, 2017
How Church Leaders are Called to Exercise Their Role 1 Peter 5:1-4 September 15, 2017
The Surprising Gospel that Justifies the Wicked Romans 4:1-5 June 29, 2017
Reconciliation, It’s What Gospel Looks Like 2 Corinthians 5:14-2 April 8, 2017
The Birth of John the Baptist Luke 1:57-80 December 23, 2016
Jesus Prays for Believers in the World John 17:6-12 September 19, 2016
A Gracious Father is a Picture of our Heavenly Father Luke 15:11-32 July 2, 2016
Reconciliation with God 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 April 6, 2016