Programs come and go, some last a season, others a lifetime. While it’s common to experience challenges in the programs we lead, seeing a steady decline in participation, effectiveness, and other areas can be discouraging. Whether you’ve inherited a program that’s a mess, watched your dream program slip away, or just want to get some tips on the front end to prevent decline, this workshop will provide practical tools for evaluating the current state of your program, troubleshooting key areas, and planning for the future.
Dayna Carr is an urban ministry leader based in Greensboro, NC. For 17 years she has been engaged in Christian community development efforts in an under-resourced community. She has led multi-ethnic youth ministry programs, helped launch a neighborhood-based private school, and currently leads a residency program for college students and young adults seeking to integrate faith and justice. Dayna is a staff missionary with InFaith, a domestic missions agency. She is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University Seminary with a Master of Arts in Transformational Urban Leadership.