“The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters.” Psalms 23:1-2
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Our Pastor
Pastor Victor George is born and raised in a Pentecostal family. His parents late Pastor C.K. George and Thankamma George served the Lord along with Assemblies of God for more than 65 years in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, India. So, Pastor Victor George had a very good God fearing environment from his childhood to enrich his life with the love of God and passion for the perishing soul. Victor George accepted Jesus as his personal savior at the age of twelve. During the college days he was sure about his calling and dedicated himself for the ministry of Gospel. Following that spiritual awakening Pastor Victor George joined for theological education and has spent next five years, completing two theological degrees from two prestigious seminaries. After the graduation, he taught briefly in Grace Bible College at Gurgaon, Haryana, later he joined with Church of God in North India and served the Lord as pastor of ‘Madangir church of God’ for couple of years. In 1987 he got married to Kunjamma who came to the Lord from a Jacobite family. In 1988 Pastor Victor George moved to the United States of America. Since then they have been serving the Lord as pastor of local churches in different places where God has placed them. As he was serving the Lord, he earned his Master of Divinity Degree from another prestigious seminary. God blessed them with two sons, Sheabin and Febin. Sheabin is living in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife Ashly and their daughter Tessa. Febin is serving the Lord as a music minister in Overlake Christian Church, Redmond, Washington. Pastor Victor George jointed India Christian Assembly of Seattle in 2008 as the senior pastor. It is the desire of Pastor Victor George and his wife Kunjamma as a family to continue to serve the Lord and His people in whatever capacity and call God has places upon them.
Pastor Victor George and Kunjamma V. George