New book encourages Christians to Eat your Ps

Rev. William Carter, Jr. is encouraging all Christian to Eat Your Ps. He will be having a debut book signing at Parnassus Books located at 3900 Hillsboro Pike in Green Hills on Saturday February 16 at noon.


Rev. William Carter, Jr. wants you to eat your Ps. No not the vegetable, but in the words of Bishop Gilbert L. Evans: “every Christian must Praise, Purging, Prayers, Promises, Persecution, Proverbs, and Purpose.”

William Carter, Jr. takes you on an eclectic journey through his religious upbringing. His Methodist father and Pentecostal/Holiness mother exposed him to every facet of their religious beliefs and let him choose. What could have been a recipe for disaster turned out to be a formula for omnidirectional wisdom. Eat Your Ps details the bridges Carter built that meticulously connect Christians of every denomination to seven core essentials they must focus on to thrive.

“One of the main reasons I wrote the book is because churches have allowed denominational differences to divide our religious communities,” said Carter, Jr. “Because Christianity is becoming less popular in today’s society, I feel that we should refocus on the things that matter most which are the things that unite us so that we can stand together as a united front. The principles discussed in the book help accomplish this.”

Author Carter has an impressive platform, as he is no novice to the Arts. This Dove Award nominated songwriter, currently on the billboard charts, and senior pastor of a thriving congregation is a well-known icon within both his international church organization and the Gospel music industry. With a foreword by the president of the American Baptist College and an endorsement from Oprah’s Dad, Eat Your Ps is poised to take the literary world by storm.

This gap-bridging book shuns the aspects of denominational-ism that have separated Christians. Alternatively, it explores the seven fundamental spiritual super-foods every Christian must ingest to be effective and relevant within this ever-changing society.

Archbishop Wayne Felton of The Holy Christian Cathedral called Eat Your Ps a disciple-worthy tool for trans-generational and trans-denominational audiences.

According to Felton, Eat Your Ps is “a profoundly engaging, intelligently arranged, and marvelously adept mine of wisdom.”

“Comparing the Christian life to eating a variety of peas may seem a bit unorthodox until you dig into the pages and see the purpose and wisdom of the analogy,” said Crystal Bowman, best-selling, award winning author of more than 100 books including Our Daily Bread for Kids, Does God Take Naps? and M is for Manger. “Whether you are Baptist, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, or another denomination, the biblical principles creatively outlined in this book will deepen your spiritual journey.”

Carter, a native of Goodlettsville, Tenn., is a multi-talented individual who ministers the Gospel through various avenues including writing, music and song.

Carter quickly embraced his gift for dissecting and teaching harmonies, which began when he sang a cappella gospel music at the age of four with his three older siblings. By then he had already composed his first song at age three. At the age of 11, William had already organized various choirs as well as groomed musicians and singers to enhance the services at his church. He led his local church choir to winning first place in Nashville’s Citywide Annual Choir Competition 2003.

Carter did heed God’s calling into the ministry at the age of 16, which has over the years, provided him with invaluable experiences that he has shared with the world through both ministry and song. This Dove Award nominated songwriter, currently on the billboard charts, and senior pastor of a thriving congregation is a well-known icon within both his international church organization and the Gospel music industry.

Carter traveled all over the United States spreading the word of God through music and ministry enabling him to gain notable exposure as an artist. In addition to writing his own material for weekly lessons and sermons, William has written play productions, done theme song writing and editing for major video productions and had his editorials published.

He has served as a professional member of the Gospel Music Association, which awarded him first place in the Urban Division of the Academy of Gospel Music Arts songwriting competition. Because of his success he was offered a position as the director of publishing for Remnant Entertainment Group and served the Nashville-based indie label for four years.

William Carter, Jr. currently serves The House of God Church international organization as an ordained elder and pastor of the headquarters congregation. He, his lovely wife Nova, equally talented daughter Aijalon, and loyal dog Polo reside in Nashville.

Rev. Carter has been teaching and preaching the Gospel for over 20 years. He remains in high demand traveling extensively as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and revivalist. Known for cleverly telling the pointed truth, his ministry maintains a strong rapport with millennials and young adults across the U.S.A.