Tony Carter

Tony Carter serves as the Lead Pastor of East Point Church. Tony is married to his beloved, Adriane Carter, and their marriage has bore the fruit of five wonderful children. Holler at him on Twitter: @eastpc

A Church of Cards

The election and presidency of Donald Trump has reminded me again that the one who hangs the best paper often wins political favor.  In other words, your propaganda machine is … Continue reading

A Christmas Homily: He Had the Birthday, We Got the Gift (Rom. 6:23)

Beloved, there are only two ways to live this Christmas: You either live by what you deserve from God or you live in the free gift of God in Christ Jesus.

Christ in the Psalms: Psalm 2

C’mon up to hear Tony Carter preach on Psalm 2. Tony preached this message at the 2016 New Life Conference, “Christ in the Psalms.”

What’s Going On?

When the world looks at the world and says “What’s going on?” The answer is clear. Sin is going on. Pain, injustice, violence, hatred, and death are going on all around us.

The Color of the Gospel

Could it be that our preoccupation with race is moving us to color the gospel?

Discouragement: Inevitable but not Overwhelming

No matter how bright your day, the rain will come. How will you respond? What or who will you look to? C’mon up and join the conversation.

Anger Management

How might a brother consider his anger as a Christian vs. an “angry black man” (as the stereotype goes)? C’mon up to chop it up with Tony Carter.

Faith in Jesus

Preaching on Matthew 14:22-33, Anthony Carter reminds the congregation that there are no extraordinary men and women of God, there are only those who determine to believe the word of God.

Blessed Assurance

How can we know that we are saved in a Church culture that lets everyone’s funeral become a procession into the pearly gates? C’mon up.

Pastor, What Are You Reading These Days?

A regular question you should ask your pastor is, What are you reading these days?” C’mon up and get some reading recommendations from one pastor!

The Pulpit & the Culture of Your Church

Pastor, here are three suggestions to avoid the pitfalls of a church culture wrongly shaped by the preacher. Can you think of any others? C’mon up!

Women Preachers & Pastors — A Big Deal in the Church?

Is affirmation of female ordination and leadership a denial of the Christian Faith? How important are these issues to the health of the church? C’mon up and join the conversation!