David Cooper

For more than 20 years David’s vision and leadership has been demonstrated in both the business and church worlds. The son of a pastor of more than 40 years, David’s deep ministry heritage provides an integral and sound life foundation. His humorous, relational and challenging speaking style to congregations, students, businessmen, women and athletes is guaranteed to compel all to realize their potential through positive choices and undying devotion to Christ centered pathways to life success! He is passionate about communicating a message of hope, restoration and unconditional love for all. David is privileged to have been the guest of camps, conferences, churches, retreats, campuses, detention centers and prison’s in the United States and abroad. He has authored; Multisite, I think I get it? and hosts the Invictus Nation Podcast-“Adrenaline Shot”. His life journey will challenge, motivate and inspire.

David is also the Founder and President of Invictus Global LLC, an A-Z consulting firm specializing in Multisite development and design and build services. Previously he was the Director of Multisite Operations at the Rock Church in San Diego, California (One of Outreach Magazine’s Top 10 Fastest Growing Churches) and was the “Franchisor” of the Rock pioneering their expansion and architecting their multi-site efforts. Additionally has served as an associate speaker for Miles McPherson and is a nationally certified communicator and coach for the Monster.com non-profit organization, Making It Count. In 2004 he founded RPM Communications, a 501 C-3 non-profit and in 2006, Crossroads Hauling, Inc., a for profit corporation. As well managed a $23 million construction company. He has been blessed to serve in multiple mega church settings and capacities with a particular love for generational and multicultural ministry. Yet, his greatest accomplishments are encompassed in being a devoted husband to his wife Reesa and father to their daughter, Aria and son, David Josiah. David and his family reside in beautiful Sarasota, Florida.


Drawing from their experience working with North Point Community Church, George and Houston Clark developed a vision to create relevant and impactful environments that could reach culture. Since that first client, they’ve conceived a unique approach to creating AVL systems that helped shape contemporary worship in many churches throughout the country, enabling them to be highly relevant communication platforms. With a desire to see quality AVL systems within houses of worship at the best possible value, Clark ProMedia (CPM) was founded.

Beyond the complexities of designing systems to create an engaging experience for the user, the future of content delivery is trending toward knowledge and experience in delivering virtual environments. As a pioneer of these platforms, we understand how many variables there are in determining the very best approach. We also know the implications of each variable in the final production quality.


Founded in 1998, Molinar Construction has emerged as the leading California commercial builder, with nationwide locations in Tennessee, Hawaii and most recently, Pennsylvania. Their commitment to technology through cloud-based project management systems, paired with their team of quality construction experts, has proved vital to continued success in a struggling economic climate.

Forza Institute 

Advantage & Beauty of Strengths

People who know their talents and have the opportunity to use them at work are six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs and report a significant sense of well-being. In addition, managers who have been trained in understanding their own strengths, as well as those of their staff members report a 12.5 percent increase in productivity within their business units. What an impact!

Expert Coaching to Get You There

The core of Forza Institute’s desire for you and your team is transformation—both individual performance and team effectiveness. Using the Clifton Strengths Finder® inventory as a launching point, Dr. Angela Robles will lead your team through a process that allows each team member to:

1) Discover their natural talents;
2) Explore ways to develop and affirm those talents;
3) Understand how to lead with those talents so they can be harnessed to create an even more effective and highly functional team atmosphere.


Nonprofit organizations today face challenging times with a rapidly changing, highly competitive and complex environment in which to generate the funding needed to fulfill their vision.  In this challenging environment, charities increasingly find there is a significant gap between the funding needed to achieve their vision and their current resources.

We refer to this gap as the IMPACT GAP.

Dunham+Company (D+C) exists to help nonprofit organizations close this gap.  We do so in three ways:

Brand Strategy:

This is not about corporate identity but the accurate identification of core organizational DNA that is effectively translated into a distinctive promise that properly positions the ministry in the marketplace of charitable organizations.

Integration of Development Disciplines:
In a day of multi-channel options and the ability to more effectively segment your donor audience, D+C brings the experience and expertise to bear for client organizations that ensures they are able to effectively integrate fundraising discipline for maximum effectiveness.


A ministry can have a powerful brand strategy and a robust fundraising plan, but if the plan is not properly executed, the organization by definition will undermine its effectiveness, stewardship, and impact.

When you work with D+C’s consulting services, your organization has immediate access to the full complement of D+C resources and expertise built on over 30 years of nonprofit experience.  This includes highly strategic relationships that are brought to bear to ensure your organization can move rapidly to the next level of fundraising and communication success.  These services are the key to closing your IMPACT GAP.

Mark Allen (Church Growth Partners)

Mark’s career in project development and construction spans 36 years, including hundreds of projects completed in multiple states. Having served for several years as an Executive Pastor, he understands the complex nature of ministry, as well as the challenge of designing facilities that meet unique and challenging needs.

In 2005, Mark was called to leave his Executive Pastor position and focus solely on church design and construction. Since then, he has focused on the value of engineering projects that guard the church’s bottom line.

Thomas Small, AIA / NCARB (Small Architects)

Since 1982, Thomas has practiced architecture in the central United States region following his graduation at Oklahoma State University School of Architecture. He formed The Small Group (Small Architects) in December of 1999 and continues full-time involvement as the managing principal. He specializes in the organization and management of a well-qualified design team, facilitation of the architectural program and design concept, and monitoring the performance and schedule of design, production and construction administration services.

He is able to obtain reciprocal architectural licensing in all states and is also a registered interior designer. His firm Small Architects is currently involved in a number of church projects, in addition to his direct involvement as the architectural partner of Church Growth Partners.