Born and raised on Cincinnati's westside
Graduated from Oak Hills High School in 1994
Graduated from Cincinnati Christian University in 1998 (B.S. in Biblical Studies)
Married Kelly in 1998
Student Minister at Madeira Church of Christ
Admissions Counselor at Cincinnati Christian University
Graduated from Cincinnati Bible Seminary in 2002 (M.A. in Ministry)
Associate Minister at Christ's Church at Mason
Founded Echo Church in 2005
Daughter, Kaelyn, born in 2006
Marketing Director and VP of Advancement/Development at Cincinnati Christian University
Graduated from Xavier University in 2009 (M.A. in Theology)
Graduated from Gordon Conwell Theological in 2014 (Doctorate in Ministry: Gospel in Church and Culture)
Adjunct Professor at Cincinnati Christian University/Cincinnati Bible Seminary from 2008 to 2016
Sports: former collegiate soccer player, women's collegiate soccer coach and children's SAY soccer coach
Reading: behavioral psychology, creativity, history, business, entrepreneurship
Running: twenty-two time marathoner
Photography: visit my Flickr page
Professional wrestling: co-host of Leadership Suplex, a wrestling/leadership podcast
About my digital presence:
I started to dabble in web construction/design in 2003. Originally, I used Blogger to start my online journaling, but switched to Wordpress about three years in. I continued to develop my basic coding skills over the years, but recent advancements in web tools have changed the game. A couple of years ago, I switched all my sites over to Squarespace. I doubt I'll ever code again.
When I started the blog, I called it "Beit Carr;" "beit" is the Hebrew word for "house." Since the pronunciation constantly confused people, I switched it over to House of Carr and use that for my online identity. Before you ask, this was years before the Netflix series House of Cards.
Because I transitioned this blog from multiple platforms over there years, there are likely to be some broken image and hyperlinks. I apologize if that's annoying. I've tried to update those as much as possible.