Chaplain Brennan Francois, M. Div.  

Chaplain Brennan Francois is the Associate Director of Pastoral Care at the Medical Center at Augusta University, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and Augusta University.  He is a native of New Orleans, LA and is the proud father of 3 adult children and 6 grandchildren.

Chaplain Francois received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Southwestern Adventist University. He was ordained to the ministry in 1986. His graduate work was done at Andrews University in Michigan and he was awarded the Master of Divinity degree from Jacksonville Theological Seminary in Jacksonville, Florida.  His Clinical Pastoral Education was completed with the US ARMY at the D. D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center located at Fort Gordon, GA.

Chaplain Francois’ ministerial career has spanned more than 30 years, over which time he has served as a Church Pastor, a High School and College Chaplain and a Youth Ministries Coordinator.  He joined the pastoral care team at Augusta University Health in February of 1995 and continues to serve with grace and distinction.

Chaplain Francois is an accomplished Orator, Life Coach and Conference Speaker. He is a “Make A Difference” (M A D) man who loves motivating and inspiring others.  In addition to public speaking, Chaplain Francois enjoys traveling, playing scrabble, playing golf, and spending quality time with family and friends.  God is the navigator of his life and he believes with God all things are possible. So believe him when he says, “You Can Do It, Oh Yes You Can!”