My most recent book Healing Racial Divides: Finding Strength in Our Diversity can be purchased from the publisher, Chalice Press.
I have also written Walking the Blue Line: A Police Officer Turned Community Activist Provides Solutions to the Racial Divide, Machiavellian Ministry: What Faith-Filled Leaders Can Learn from a Faithless Politician, The Lord Gave Me This: Understanding Historic Leadership Development Practices of the Black Church to Prepare Tomorrow’s Leaders, and Leadership in Black and White: Practical Suggestions for the Church to Become a Healing Presence Within Divided Communities.
I have earned undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degrees in Biblical studies and organizational leadership, arts management and leadership, and theology. Most recently, I completed the Doctor of Ministry degree in Congregational Health from Central Baptist Theological Seminary.
I currently serve as the Director of Contextualized Learning and Assistant Professor of Practical Theology for Central Baptist Theological Seminary.
I also serve as consultant and coaching Associate for community engagement and organizational effectiveness for nonprofit and for-profit organizations through Pinnacle Leadership Associates. I specialize in addressing issues on race and understanding and resolving the racial divide, human relations, improving police-citizen interactions, and community engagement, and am proficient in multiple other areas.
In addition to learning about me through this website, you can follow me on twitter @tcarterstl.