Vic Porter was born again at age 20 and began a pursuit of the Word of God after being introduced to the power of the Holy Spirit. He went on to pastor and start five churches in Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas. He is the author of the book “Borrowed Offenses.”
In 2003 he began a Bible study with inmates at the Ozark Correctional Center in Fordland, MO. Out of this Bible study “The Institute of Self-Worth®, A Curriculum for Life was developed (a Bible school on DVD.) This curriculum is now in over 4500 locations in all 50 states and 130 countries. Over 300,000 offenders have been born again. He has also developed The Institute of Self-Worth® Volume II, My Cup Runs Over and Grace for Addictions curriculum.
The goal of these outreaches is to establish the principles of grace and faith in the hearts of believers in prison and around the world by showing each individual that self-worth is based in our identity in Christ and our God given value and worth come through accepting what Jesus has done and not through our own performance.
Vic and his wife Robin have been married 48 years and have three children and three grandchildren. They currently make their home in Missouri.
Vic Porter Ministries is a non-profit ministry supported by donations from ministry partners with a heart for reaching those who have been forgotten.