David's coaching and teaching is built upon a simple formula he calls "The Success Equation." In it's simplest form it says: 




(Motivated with  Love  by Discovering and Trusting in God's Guidance

and having the Proper Life Mentor or Life Coach)

David believes that when you unlock your greatest passions and unite them with your best relationships, that is when you will discover life's ultimate success. Because of this firm belief, you will notice that all of his teachings are in one of these three categories: Success, Passions, Relationships.


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Create In Me a Clean Heart (Part 1): In this message David reveals a profound truth. There is a vast difference between fruit sins and root sins. Some people attempt to pick the bad fruit to get rid of the sin in their lives, but that never works. You have to address and fix the 'bad roots' in order to fix the fruit. Here, David explains how to fix the roots in order to get good fruit. (Part 2) In this follow up message, David explains that there are only two roots from which all actions flow. From these two roots flow our motivations of which we only have three. From these three motivations, flow all our words and actions. What's the ultimate answer? "Create in my a clean heart."

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Knowing God - The 7 Levels of Relationships: God is a Spirit and is sometimes difficult to comprehend. Because of this reality, God gives us seven different relationships in scripture by which we can understand Him. As you grow in your relationship to God, you progress through each level to more intimate levels. In this teaching, David explains the seven levels and helps you to understand where you currently are, so that you can take the next step toward growth.




Reigning with Love: When you peel back all the layers of leadership, there are only two styles. Those who lead with fear and those who lead with love. In this teaching David helps leaders clarify their style and purify their hearts so that lead and serve with God's love in an effort to build His kingdom.

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The Sin Police - Learn Gentleness: There is a right way and a wrong way to confront believers who are 'caught in sin.' Correcting the wrong way potentially causes damage to the heart of the person and can create long term bitterness. Correcting the right way causes healing and creates long term restoration. This is a 'must get right' teaching for healing brokenhearted people in the world and the church. Sometimes though, Jesus had to sharply rebuke His disciples for sin. In fact, in the book of Revelation, Jesus rebuked several churches for tolerating sin in their midst.

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Eve's Rebellious Spirit - Warnings:  Women who have been hurt by a male figure in their lifetime are subject to bitterness which can manifest into a 'spirit of Eve.' Unchecked, this spirit can evolve into manipulation, control, and attempts at male domination. David reveals that in 1 Timothy 2, the Apostle Paul instructed that the New Testament Church not allow women to teach or excercise authority over men. Godfearing churches obey this this teaching. Also, in this teaching David explains symptoms of 'an Eve spirit' and how to bring healing and restoration through Biblical submission, forgiveness, and repentance.

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The Power of Blessing: Words have incredible power. When someone curses you, don't curse them back. Bless them. Why? Because of the 'law of sowing and reaping.' God's word makes it clear: you reap what you sow. If you sow curses, you reap curses. If you sow blessings, you reap blessings. Therefore, only sow what you deisre to reap. This is why Jesus commanded us to bless, bless, bless.


The Power of Praising People: In the scriptures, God commands us to praise Him. King David probably understood this best of all which is demonstrated by the fact that he wrote half the Psalms. Here, David explains what praise isn't and is and then relates this truth to people. Ephesians 4:29 says: "Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear." In other words, God commands us to only speak words that edify, encourage, and praise for the purpose of building others up.


                                                 Jesus did not come to be served, but to serve. The least is the one who is greatest. The greatest servant is the Lord of all. The way to exaltation is through humility. When the thief comes to steal, kill, and destroy, Jesus gives, heals, and restores. God's kingdom is an upside down kingdom.


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Job and His 'Friends:' Some people think of Job as the man whom God tested. If you recall, God allowed him to lose almost all, only to restore him to become one of, if not the richest man in the land. So what is the story of Job all about? Hidden in the pages is a story of man and his God...and his misfit friends. The book of Job is really about genuine friendship...that despite the testing, God was indeed Job's friend, and God was merciful to Job's friends despite their ignorance. In this teaching David upacks, the most significant verse in the book of Job, and reveals 'the key' to ultimate success.



Soulmates: A Biblical Perspective: Soulmates are a hot topic on the internet today. With this message, David reveals God's original design for love and marriage with the story of Adam and Eve. Eve was created from within Adam. She started as Adam's rib. Then David then reveals others passages that suggest soulmates could be real.


Relationships: Takers and Givers: In this teaching, David explains that there are really only two very different personality types in the world today. Takers and Givers. He explains the basic characteristics of each group, then reveals what happens when you mix these two personality types in relationships. The best relationships on the planet combine with two or more radical givers.

The 7 Keys to Building a 'Forever Love': For singles desiring to create the best future marriage, this teaching reveals seven keys that help to create a 'forever love.' These simple, but time tested principles will dramatically improve your chances of discovering God's absolute best choice in your future mate. A major key? Build a great friendship first.

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Forgiven Much = Loves Much: This may just be one of the most profound truths in scripture. Jesus was eating with a prominant Pharisee named Simon, when in walked a sinful woman. She poured out her repentence with tears and perfume upon Jesus' feet. Simon was repulsed. Jesus was pleased. Then Jesus explained a profound mystery. Those who have previously lived extremely sinful lives, once they are saved, become the the ones God uses to pour out His greatest love.

Sexual Purity - Are You A Ziroinia or a Diamond? For singles desiring to experience God's absolute best in their life, sexual purity is must. In this teaching David shares his personal testimony of how he originally did it all wrong, only to learn how to get it all right. For those needing encouragement to 'get clean' or 'stay clean' this is hope! David shares how sexual addictions are merely a symptom of an unfulfilled heart that is searching for deeper meaning. David helps you uncover that meaning, then reveals that God desires to cleanse and mend your heart in the deepest places with His perfect love in order to make you holy.


The Song of Songs: The Song of Songs (or Song of Solomon) is what David considers to the be God's treatise on human love. In this teaching David covers the book from beginning to end and reveals one of the most profound truths of all. True love can discerned by the quality of the words you speak to others, but most specifically the words you speak to your spouse (or future spouse). Therefore, choose every word carefully and kindly.

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The Spirit and the Bride: When God entered into Covenant with someone, He would often change their name to signify their new identity. Comprehending 'your new name' or identity helps you to understand how God views you and the destiny He has for you today, tomorrow, and everyday. God's word also reveals several names for the church. Similar to terms of endearment that we might call a loved one, God has several terms that He uses to relate to the Church: Beloved, Disciples, an Army, the Wife of the Lamb, the Holy City, and the Bride. Comprehending these names helps us to understand our destiny and the many ways Jesus loves.


                                                          Success is defined differently by everyone. What may be success to one person, would not be considered success by another. Therefore, if you want to understand a person and what makes them tick, ask them to define success. This will show you what motivates them. A lawyer once asked Jesus to define success. Jesus answered, "Love the Lord your God with all your (pure) heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets pivot upon these two commandments.” Essentially Jesus defined success as, "Love."

Jesus Defined 'Ultimate Success:'




God is the Author and Director of the world's grandest production, a legendary love story. You have been chosen for a leading role. Who are you in the story?

GOD'S WILD ROMANCE is a fresh take on an age old gospel and reveals that God is indeed the grandest romantic of all. God has written and is directing an epic love story betweeen Jesus and the Church: His bride. Arriving 2020 Spring.



As you can see, David has many topics that he is passionate about. However, if you had to narrow all of them down to two, it would be his new book and his workshop. 


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Learning to hear God's voice is crucial if you desire to grow and mature in your relationship with Jesus. In this three hour workshop, David teaches believers:

1. How to come to your devotional times with excitement and expectancy.​

2. How to use the easiest Bible program online.​

3. How to search for 'key words' that are meaningful to you.​

4. How hear God's voice by asking Him questions and receiving answers.​

5. Much, much more.