David Asscherick

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David Asscherick
Spouse(s) Violeta Asscherick
Children Landon Asscherick, Jabel Asscherick
Church Seventh-day Adventist
Congregations served
Sonora Seventh-day Adventist Church, Kingscliff Seventh-day Adventist Church

David Asscherick is the co-founder of ARISE. David currently pastors the Kingscliff Seventh-day Adventist church in Chinderah, New South Wales, Australia.[1] He is the former pastor of the Troy Seventh-day Adventist Church in Troy, Michigan.[2] In 2011, ARISE merged with Light Bearers[3] and David became co-director of Light Bearers.[4] He has been featured on 3ABN and Hope Channel and has been a regular presenter at the annual Generation of Youth for Christ conferences.

A former punk rocker,[5] David became a Seventh-day Adventist Christian at the age of 23[6] and went on to become a pastor, co-found of ARISE and author of God in Pain.[7]

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  2. ^ Powers, Nancy Chipman (July 31, 2001). "Troy Seventh-day Adventist's New Pastor Aims To Revitalize". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved October 7, 2010. 
  3. ^ Kellner, Mark A. (2011). "Light Bearers, ARISE Ministries Merge, Uniting Two ASI-member Groups". Adventist Review. 
  4. ^ http://www.lightbearers.org/profile/david-asscherick/
  5. ^ Linsley, Claudia (March 13, 2004). "Church taking message to TV". Battle Creek Enquirer. Retrieved October 7, 2010. 
  6. ^ Asscherick, David (June 14, 2011). "Fifteen Lessons from Fifteen Years, Part 1". 
  7. ^ God in Pain at Goodreads

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