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 22 years of marriage and have 11 children. They live on a farm and have a variety of animals.
Michael (Mishie) Bojczuk grew up in the streets of Chicago. At a young age he found himself involved with the neighborhood gangs and gangsters. He was presented with the gospel when a former gang leader got saved and gave him a Gospel of John to read. It penetrated his heart and he gave his life to Jesus. Life became difficult when his wife divorced him but he stayed close to the Lord. After remarrying in 1978, he and his wife Lynn, served faithfully in church and in 1992 they followed the Lord’s direction to go to Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After he graduated in 1994, they felt led of the Lord to come to Georgia with another pastor and his wife to help start a church. From there he ministered as pastor of Rome Word of Life church for 6 years and in 2014 he and David started Cartersville Outreach Ministry where he serves alongside his son as associate pastor.
Trey York was a troubled young man who had grown up in church. He started using drugs at an early age and was continually getting into trouble with the police. He tried to stop using drugs but was unable to on his own. When he went to Valley Rescue Mission, a transitional center near Columbus, Georgia, he was finally able to overcome his addiction through the knowledge of Jesus Christ. After graduation, he came back to Cartersville and started attending Cartersville Outreach Ministry. He knew Pastor David in the past when they crossed paths as Police Officer and lawbreaker. But he was not the same man as before. His strong desire to please the Lord and his diligent study of the Word of God has brought about a remarkable change in his life. He is now married, has two children, and serves as Associate Pastor in the church.