Dr. Docusen is an adjunct professor at Southeastern University and has been a guest lecturer at various universities.
His teaching topics include:
- Practical theology
- Racial & economic equity
- Strategic & organizational leadership
- Church planting
- Five-fold ministry strategies
- 20+ years of ministry experience
David also consults with churches to create strategies for the expansion of the church through church planting, house churches, and apostolic centers that support the expansion of the gospel.
The Neighborliness seminar was born out of academic research and practical expression of friendship across racial and economic lines. The goal of this four-part seminar is to introduce participants to theological and systemic conversations about race and economics in order to encourage friendships across lines that have been divided for too long.
SESSION ONE: Neighborliness – The Other Half of the Greatest Commandment
SESSION TWO: Understanding Systemic Injustice
SESSION THREE: Breaking the Cycle of Generational Poverty
SESSION FOUR: The Response of the Body of Christ
If you are interested in bringing the Neighborliness seminar to your city, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to you as soon as possible.