Minister George ‘Duke” Duncan, Jr. serves as the Minister of Information Technology and Media Operations (MITMO).  In this capacity, he leads FBC’s efforts, through technology and media platforms, to effectively ‘take Jesus to Others.’  Min. Duncan delivered his initial sermon and was licensed to the Gospel Ministry on 19 November 2017 at First Baptist Church of Manassas, Virginia. He is the proud father of one adult daughter, Brianni.

Minister Duncan served his country in the U.S. armed forces, retiring as a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force (20 years). He provided intelligence support, working jointly with U.S. Intelligence agencies. He currently serves as a team lead Cyber Analyst in Chantilly, Virginia. 

In May 1996, he graduated with a Bachelor of Computer Science from Park University in Parkville, Missouri. He earned a Master of Information Systems from American University in Washington, D.C. in May 2001 and a Master of Information Assurance from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in May 2005. Minister Duncan graduated with a Master of Divinity from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia in December 2016.


pastoral staff position:

Minister of IT/Media Operations

Communications is the platform toward the advancement and conduit of technology to enhance and advance the mission, spiritual renewal, and proclamation of the Gospel by God’s grace, mediated through the atoning sacrifice of Christ Jesus our Lord, received by faith alone. Within the Communications Ministry, the MITMO’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  

  •  Direct report directly to and working in collaboration with the Communications Pastor and ministry teams as it relates to the administration of effective church IT and Media Operations. 
  •  Oversee the daily operations of the Communication’s ministry under the supervision of the Communications Pastor. 
  •  Assess, develop, refine, assess and document related processes and procedures to effectively execute and communicate the vision and values of effective Church and ministry marketing. 
  •  Under the direction of the Communications Pastor, establish, as needed, committees and directors to provide operational support when planning and coordinating special events that touch and promote the various ministry goals of the church and special event.  
  •  Give counsel on effective promotion of the church’s brand, message, and ministries.  
  • Overseeing all aspects of technical production for services of First Baptist Church. 
  • Develop, recruit, train, and spiritually lead a team of people to execute technology for worship services.  
  • Assist the Communications Pastor in the preparation and interpretation of the Communications budget.  
  • Act as a liaison with the greater ecumenical community regarding Church marketing and IT/Media policies and programs.