David Franklin

As the associational missionary, David provides vision and catalytic energy for the region to see community transformation as churches embrace their calling as Great Commandment and Great Commission people.  Having previously served on staff in the areas of missions, discipleship, evangelism, spiritual awakening and pastoring, David has a unique background to help churches unite to impact a community.  

    David has served churches in Georgia, Alabama, and Kentucky, either on church staff or as pastor.  He has been most influenced by two spiritual giants:  his father, Bob Franklin, and his mentor, Henry Blackaby.  Both have helped shape his passion for revival and spiritual awakening.

    While David was raised in Alabama, he met a Georgia girl while attending Samford University.  He and Dana have been married for 34 years and have five children and four grandchildren.

Bradley Baker

Bradley is a native of New Albany, Mississippi, where he spent all of his early life. He graduated from Blue Mountain College and is also a graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. After serving for six years in the Mississippi Army National Guard, he married his best friend, Beth, and they have two daughters. Bradley has served in many different areas on church staffs across Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia. He has lived in Bartow County for the past 10 years and, therefore, has a deep passion to see God move in Bartow County that would change the people living here and that would reverberate throughout the known world. 

Victoria is originally from Knoxville, TN.  She worked for the Department of Defense for 29 years. Most of her career was spent at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia.  Her jobs included  Administrative Assistant to the 94th Airlift Wing Commander and she retired from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, as their Knowledge Operations Manager in 2013.  This Tennessee girl has been married to her best friend Eddie Peters, who is from Alabama Crimson Tide Country, for 29 years.  They have three children and seven grandchildren.  Their desire is to see the people of Bartow County flourish through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Victoria Peters