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Brandon Harris Brandon Harris is a divinity student at Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and a 2012 FTE Undergraduate Fellow.

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Brandon Harris is a Masters of Divinity student pursuing certificates in Black Church Studies and Religious Education at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. At Candler, Brandon is a Robert W. Woodruff Fellow in Theology and Ministry.

Originally from Rochester, New York he attended The Lincoln University of Pennsylvania where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Summa Cum Laude) in Political Science and Religion.

Brandon is a Licensed Minister in the Church of God and Christ and is a member of the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. His research interests involve the historical development of African American middle class churches and racial identity development in African American Churches. 

In his spare time he enjoys exploring cities, farmers markets, cooking and reading.


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Brandon Harris

Brandon Harris: New Pathways (FTE Series #1)

Luke 24:13-35

3rd Sunday of Easter - Year A

May 04, 2014

Brandon Harris (other)

I had driven by the church a million times so it seemed. It was a squat brick building, the bricks falling off the building, the shingles sliding off the roof, and the rickety stairs didn't seem too safe. The church was surrounded by headstones of saints long gone. Who they were, I didn't know. This church was odd; it seemed out of place to sit next to the front entrance of Lincoln University. Lincoln brimming with life and expectations of twenty-year olds, dancing with the vibrancy that hope brings. And there next to this place of hope sat a beleaguered church, filled with memories long past. It represented, so I thought, the institutional church, falling apart, filled with dusty hymns and creeds. What did it mean to me?

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