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Counselor and Advisory Board Member

Rev. Kathryn E. Rateliff-Barr

Rev. Kathryn Barr has been in ministry all of her life and in the pulpit from age three  Her first paid job was working in the church office for her father. She has worked in the nursery, taught Sunday School, led the youth department, sang in the choir, and played guitar for  church services.

She attended Lon Morris College, a Methodist junior college, for two years. Following her graduation from Lon Morris, she transferred to Centenary College of Louisiana, another Methodist college. During her years at Centenary, she worked in several churches in a variety of denominations including Baptist, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Methodist. Following college, she completed the Methodist Student Pastor training, preaching in churches around Nacogdoches and working in her father's church and at the Wesley Foundation at Stephen F. Austin University.

After her first marriage and the birth of her first child, Kathryn took a less active role in the church, choosing to serve as a volunteer rather than paid staff. She returned to active ministry when she began Titus 2 Ministries in 1995, working with unwed mothers and their children and serving part-time at Fountain of Life Assembly of God Church in Watauga. The shepherding ministry housed 13 women and their babies over the course of four and a half years.

In 1996, she began the Titus 2 program at the Tarrant County Jail and expanded the program to the Dallas County Jail in 1999. The program provided parenting and relationship skills to inmate moms as well as providing birth support to those who gave birth while incarcerated. The Tarrant County program won a national award in 2004 as one of 100 best volunteer programs in the US run by a woman .

Kathryn was ordained in 1998 through Servant House Evangelistic Ministries. She continues to work in ministry. She and her husband, Gary Barr, both serve as Chaplain Coordinators and Trainers in their local church. She sings in the choir, interprets music in American Sign Language, teaches classes, and takes an active part in church life.

Kathryn also works as a traditional naturopath; employing a spirit/mind/body approach to her care. She provides counseling and coaching services in addition to alternative health care services.