Dr. Dana Carson always says, “Nothing gets done without leadership, and nothing stays done without management.”
For over 30 years, Dr. Carson has been investing his life and education into leaders worldwide. He has trained leaders and planted churches on three continents: Africa, Asia, and North America. Dr. Carson has trained church leaders on how to start ministries from the ground up and how to enhance their approach to ministry in order to execute their ministry vision. Dr. Carson has coached and conducted formal and informal trainings with multicultural and intergenerational church leaders throughout the world.
Dr. Dana Carson has earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Boston University in Theological Studies with an emphasis in Church Growth.
His doctoral research and dissertation entailed a nationwide study on black men and church attendance and involvement. His academic training in the field of church growth equipped him to help church leaders and pastors worldwide. He also holds a Ph.D. from Regent University in Organizational Leadership. Dr. Carson’s doctoral focus for this degree was multiculturalism and church growth. The theoretical construct used in his dissertation was “Population Ecology”, which explains how populations survive in changing environments with limited resources. Dr. Carson uses his expertise and experience to train leaders and churches on how to survive church attrition and how to grow when others are shrinking.
Dr. Carson is a 2016 recipient of the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award presented by President Barack Obama for his community outreach and ministry through the church and other non-profit organizations for over 30 years.
He has also written over 100 books with a special emphasis on the Kingdom of God. As the Kingdom Voice and African-American Church Growth expert, Dr. Dana Carson has spoken in churches throughout the world and is in demand globally for his ministry experience and expertise.