Bryan Carter taught the original Men’s Fraternity curriculum to a group of more than 800 men over a three-year period at Concord Church.
Bryan Carter is best known as a community leader, connector, thought leader, pastor, author and dynamic communicator. He has served as the senior pastor of Concord Church in Dallas, TX, since 2003. He is a passionate leader with a vision for inspiring people to grow to their full potential.
Bryan Carter is committed to serving the city of Dallas and beyond through working toward city transformation, building stronger families, and economic development. He currently serves on the boards of Frost Bank Dallas Advisory Board, Mayor’s Star Council, and Family Life Ministries.
Bryan also serves as board chair for Harmony Community Development Corporation, an organization committed to improving the community of southern Dallas through building stronger families and economic development. He also leads the African American Pastors Coalition, a fellowship of over sixty churches committed to serving and addressing key needs in the Dallas community, and co-leads Dallas Clergy, a fellowship of Dallas churches. His past board service includes: Dallas Regional Chamber, Dallas Police Department Community Advisory Board, Mayor’s Taskforce Against Domestic Violence, Impact Dallas Capital, Dallas Habitat for Humanity, Dallas ISD Education Foundation, Leadership Network, and Mentoring Brother to Brother.
Bryan leads with a focus on developing people. He has served as co-presenter for “33: The Series” a curriculum on authentic manhood, a presenter for “The Art of Marriage” a curriculum on building strong marriages and author of “Made to Last: 8 Principles to Build Long-Lasting Relationships.”
Bryan is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education with a specialty in Science and Math. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, where he earned a Master of Arts in Christian Education with a specialty in Family Ministry. He is a recipient of an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Dallas Baptist University. Bryan is married to his college sweetheart, Stephanie, and has two daughters, Kaitlyn and Kennedy, and one son, Carson.