Victor King, a native of Singapore, experienced a radical life transformation when he first encountered the message of God's grace. By the time he was 17, he had dropped out of school to become a gangster. He was addicted to alcohol, smoking, vulgarities and pornography while pursuing a life of crime. One day Victor met a girl who invited him to church. There he met Jesus Christ and surrendered his life. Since that day, Victor has never been the same. Now, years later, Victor and his wife Esther have made it their lifes ambition to share the message of God's love and grace with the world. Currently, with bases in both Singapore and Malaysia, Victor and Esther are planting OasNet churches throughout Asia. Victor is also the author of the book, Thank God It Is Finished (available through the OasNet Bookstore). He also has appeared on TV 46's, The Harvest Show (South Bend, IN) and his testimony is featured in Joseph Prince's best selling book, Destined to Reign (pg. 46).
A young man, slapped with all the addictions one can possibly imagine, being freed from them by the power of the Gospel, as he testifies. Referring to himself as a street gangster turned preacher, Victor King relates how though he was raised in a Christian family, he was rebellious and went on a seemly irreversibly downhill trajectory as he got involved in a gang, picked up smoking, started skipping school, stealing, vandalising, drinking and getting into fights. Finally he was expelled from school at the age of 17 because of his bad attitude and poor attendance and became a fulltime gangster. In the ministry website where he posted his life testimony, King relates how everything came to a head when he became a very heavy smoker, got hooked on alcohol, was full of obscenities, got addicted to pornography, started womanising, stayed away from home most of the time, associated with drug addicts and ex-convicts and even got involved in armed robberies.