Dr. Docusen has created a framework for churches and organizations to intentionally explore racial, economic, and biblical justice by forming a team around the pastor or organizational leader that will go on a six-month learning journey called the Neighborliness Corporate Action Plan.
Additionally, David works with business and nonprofit leaders to create frameworks for holistic community development. Freedom Communities (www.freedomcommunities.com) is an example of the work that is being reproduced in communities across the country as business and faith communities come together to strategically plan for engaging in high-poverty communities.
David is an adjunct professor at Southeastern University and has been a guest lecturer at various universities.
His teaching topics include:
- Practical theology
- Racial & economic justice
- The Church’s response to poverty
- Holistic Community Development
- Strategic & organizational leadership
- Church planting
- Five-fold ministry strategies (Ephesians 4)
- 20+ years of ministry experience
The Neighborliness Seminar includes Ted Talk-style teaching that move into conversations and reflection around tables between participants.
The goal of the seminar is to help people find practical ways to explore the beauty of God across dividing lines. The seminar ends with practical next steps for an individual or a church to continue moving toward a spirit of neighborliness in their community.
Additional resources are available at www.neighborliness.com/resources.
If you are interested in bringing the Neighborliness seminar to your city or exploring a coaching relationship with Dr. Docusen, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to you as soon as possible.