Every salvation has a miraculous component especially with that of Bishop Victor who was saved from a life of drugs, alcohol and the claws of Satan. Christianity was a far cry from him, in fact he considered himself an atheist.
He came to meet the Lord during his first year at the university of Liberia.
Bishop immediately joined Full Gospel Evangelistic Association, with Evangelist Lawrence Kennedy as director, while attending Philadelphia Church as his home church. These two ministries became the bedrock of his spiritual growth. At the University, he became known for his radical style of ministry; he would boldly proclaim Christ in school buses, in conference rooms and where ever he had the opportunity to minister the love of God to his fellow university students.
After his graduation, Bishop Victor enrolled into the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law where he was until the civil war interrupted his aspiration to complete law school.
Bishop left Liberia for Sierra Leone and worked with the Freetown Bible Training Center on a city wide evangelistic trust to “win the lost at all cost”.
Bishop Victor McGodman is known as a man of faith and one who has “broken the backbone of adversity”.
Bishop Victor who is commonly called a “commander of the Word” holds a Masters of Theology degree and an honorary doctorate degree. He has had the privilege of addressing the Maryland state Assembly twice, became one of the speakers at the church inaugural service of the Prince Georges county Executive Rushern Baker. In January of 2012 President Barack Obama invited Apostle Victor and Lady Pat, his wife, to the White House for the “Champions of Change” honoring program.