Luke Gleaves is the Emergency Services and Trauma Chaplain at St. Louis University Hospital. He has previously worked as a staff chaplain at the University of Missouri Hospital, and the Heart Services Chaplain at Barnes Jewish Hospital. Luke is ordained through the Evangelical Free Church, and is Board Certified as a Chaplain through the Association of Professional Chaplains. Luke has been doing ethics consultation for most of the last decade in the hospital setting, along with caring for patients as a chaplain. He is a Captain in the Army Reserve, where he serves as Chaplain to the 418th Civil Affairs Battalion. Luke has a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Religion from Truman State University, a Masters of Divinity Degree from Denver Seminary, and 5 units of Clinical Pastoral Education. He is married to Amy, and has two daughters: Juliette (5 years old) and Jillian (2 years old). He loves the outdoors, particularly anything that involves being on or around the water, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping.