281-579-1080 (email Carter)
Carter has served as Senior Pastor of Cornerstone in Katy since early 2005, when he moved to Katy from Oklahoma City with his wife Rhonda, his sons Dunning, Mercer, and Fenton, and daughter Eliana. Carter attended Vanderbilt University and Oklahoma University and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from OU. His Master of Divinity degree comes from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He brings a variety of pastoral experience and business experience. Prior to arriving at Cornerstone Carter served as a Youth and Family Pastor at a PCA church in Ohio and as a Pastor of Theological Education at a PCA church in Oklahoma. Additionally, he has over seven years of project management experience allowing him to relate well with those in the Business and Engineering workplace.
He enjoys reading, camping, tennis, golf, and just about every other outdoor sport. His favorite authors include C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Edmund Clowney, and Tim Keller.
My wife and I are looking for a church close to home. We have been going to the Sugar Land Vineyard for the last 15 years. We love the church, its people and the theology of the Vineyard Movement. But we need something closer to home so we can be more active in the life of the church. We lead Divorce Care for 5 years and had good results. We don’t want to get stuck in that position but still want to be involved. In your summer blog you ask “who are you reading?”. My favorite authors are N.T. Wright, Henry Nouwen, and Charles Ringma. This should give you a sense of where we are spiritually. My wife loves Chuck Swindol and Beth Moore. I would love to hear from you to see if this is a place where we can be part of a community of believers.
Give me a call at the office or shoot me an email and let’s get coffee sometime and discuss.
Are you a Reformed Presbyterian church ? What are the basic beliefs of a Reformed Presbyterian Church. Just read a book called “The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert ” by Rosaria Champagne Butterfield. It was a true story of a lesbian professor saved , and renouncing her sin. But she speaks of a Reformed Presbyterian church where they only do music that was used in the Bible — where they use only hymns that were Psalms of the Bible — with only acapella singing. Anyway, that got me interested to find a church like that. What are your church’s basic beliefs? (By the way, the church only adopted that kind of worship since it was most like the Biblical worship of the Bible — I found it most appealing rather than the current trends of church worship)