Robb Tarr is a content developer, evaluator, and coach for the ACTS process. He has also served as a pastor for almost 10 years in California and Ohio, most recently at an intergenerational and multi-racial church across the street from Ohio State University. Robb’s ministry has specialized in working with churches in seasons of transition as they follow a call to reinvigorate how they live as God’s people. To this end, Robb has worked in areas of missions and outreach, poverty alleviation, multicultural and intergenerational ministry, media and arts equipping, and more. His deepest and prevailing calling is to building collaborations for community development and social justice prophetic advocacy. He currently serves as Associate Pastor at Summit on 16th UMC in Columbus, OH next door to the Ohio State University. Robb graduated with an M. Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary and a B.A. with a double major Film Production and Media and Cultural Theory from Florida State University. He lives in Columbus with his wife Wendy and two children.