Brian Myers is passionate about theology of domestic churches, family, and marriage. He is from Cleveland, Ohio where he spent twelve years in Catholic schools and was active in student ministry in his church's young adult group and his high school's student government. He was active in the Newman Center campus ministry while at the University of Cincinnati where he received a bachelors of science degree in computer science.
After graduating from college, Brian spent a year discerning religious life with the Marianists. He was especially drawn to the Marianists focus on the importance of community in our faith and on the practice of hospitality as a virtue. As his year with the Marianists drew to an end, Brian discerned the Holy Spirit was calling him to the vocation of marriage.
He returned home to Cleveland to work as a software engineer and he received a masters of art degree in theology from Saint Mary's Seminary and Graduate School of Theology. In his second semester studying theology, Brian took a class on theology of the body which sparked his interest in theology of marriage and family. He continued to study and focus on this area of theology and wrote his final paper and symposium for his degree on domestic churches. The title of his symposium was Family, Become What You Are: Models of Domestic Church.
Brian leads the young adult group at his church where he met his wife. He and his wife have three daughters. In this website he is excited to share what he has learned while studying domestic churches and while reflecting on his experiences of being in a domestic church.