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About the Author
Rev. Carter's influence extends beyond Calvary. He is founder and CEO of the How Shall They Hear (HSTH) Preaching Conference, which exists to equip those who are called to preach the gospel, with practical, theological resources aimed at developing the discipline of preaching. Conference details and 2016 registration are available at www.howshalltheyhear.net.
Rev. Carter served as a lecturer at the Hampton Ministers Conference, E.K. Bailey Expository Preaching Conference and Charles E. Booth Preaching Conference.
He is a distinguished visiting professor of expository preaching at New Brunswick Theological in New Brunswick, NJ. He has had the honor and privilege to serve as an adjunct professor of preaching at Drew Theological Seminary and an instructor of homiletics at Princeton Theological Seminary's Summer Institute.
Indirectly, Rev. Carter has inspired others though his published works in the New Interpreters Handbook of Preaching, Oxford Sermons Volume III, Evangelizing the Black Male in the 21st Century and the African American Pulpit. Locally he serves on various community and clergy boards.
Rev. Carter received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies from Denison University in Granville, OH and his Master of Divinity degree at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. Continuing his education, he earned a Ph.D. in liturgical studies with a special emphasis in homiletics from Drew University.