Jason and Sandi Barr
Jason and Sandi were married in 1997 and have two amazing kids, Jordan (son) and Sydney (daughter). They have spent their entire time together in ministry, first as youth pastors, followed by eleven years ministering to college students. Sandi has a degree in Health and Physical Education from Arkansas Tech University.
Jason has a degree in Speech Communications from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and is also a credentialed minister with the Assemblies of God. Jason loves sports and is a long suffering Cubs fan. If and when you think about it, you should say a prayer for him, especially during baseball season. Sandi enjoys reading, being a mom, and playing volleyball. Above everything though, they love God and have an unwavering desire to see Solomon’s Porch impact the city of Richardson for His Kingdom.
Director of Missions
Denise was born and raised in Oklahoma. She attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where she received a Bachelors of Science in Education. Denise and her husband Keith met at Chi Alpha, a ministry on the campus of Southwestern. They were married in 2005. She taught 2nd grade for two years, before leaving teaching to be a stay at home mom. Denise and Keith have two sons, David and Eli.
Denise enjoys spending time with her husband and sons, playing games, and reading. In 9th grade, Denise sensed God calling her into missions. Since that time, Denise has ministered in Mexico, Rwanda, Mozambique, Thailand and Argentina.
Originally born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Christopher came to the states at age 2. During high school he started learning the guitar and piano. Soon after, he noticed that his voice somehow sounded bearable alongside his instrument. He is the amazing last piece of the Solomon’s Porch leadership staff, and is overly (and embarrassingly) ecstatic to lead a church that is passionate about GLOCAL missions.
Christopher is currently enrolled in the Dallas County Community College District in order to attain his Applied Science Degree in Nursing. He believes that this world should not only be healed spiritually, but physically as well. He still lives with his parents…But would you say no to free room and board?