Pastor David is the Senior pastor of Cartersville Outreach in Cartersville, Georgia. Even though he grew up in a Christian home, he didn’t always follow the ways of the Lord. He became hardened to the things of God. As a police officer and investigator, seeing the bad side of life made it worse and his life became full of chaos. Then he had a life changing encounter with the Lord and was told, “Come out from among them or be judged with them.” David knew this was a warning from God to repent and and get his life in order. He obeyed and started seeking God and God’s will for his life. God changed his heart and gave him a great compassion for the lost. He began witnessing to fellow officers, inmates in the jail and anyone the Lord put in his path. He now ministers to groups at the jail and has seen hundreds of people saved, many healed and others instantly delivered from drugs. In February, 2018 David was appointed Deputy Chaplin at the Bartow County Jail where he ministers. As the Lord leads, he also ministers in other churches and at Transitional Centers. He and his wife Carly recently celebrated 20 years of marriage and have 10 children. They live on a farm and have a variety of animals.
Following a call on his life, Pastor Mishie Bojczuk and his family left Chicago and attended Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma from 1992 – 1994. When he graduated from Rhema he moved with his family to the Atlanta area. There, God directed him to join another pastor from Rhema and help him pioneer a church in Powder Springs. In 1998 another church was started in Rome, Georgia. In 1999 Pastor Mishie became a licensed minister through Rhema, and began pastoring Rome Word of Life Church. He pastored there from 1999 to 2006 and again from 2009 to 2013. Rome Word of Life merged with Cartersville Outreach in 2014 where he currently is the associate pastor and ministers with his son, David. There is a strong anointing present during the services as the Word of God goes forth. In February, 2018 Pastor Mishie was appointed Chaplin at the Bartow County Jail Where he and Pastor David minister in Bible studies and church services.