Rev. Victoria Thomas – a lover of spiritual truth, practices and principles – is an inspirational speaker, teacher, spiritual counselor, writer, actress, and a proud parent of a teen.
She graduated from Agape University’s Ministerial Studies program in 2011. For over nine years, Rev. Victoria has been the director of the Wholeness and Visitation Team, a sub-ministry under the umbrella of One From the Heart, Agape’s pastoral care ministry. The Wholeness and Visitation Team ministry serves those individuals in our community who are facing illnesses and those who are shut-ins through prayer support, hospital and in-home visits among other services.
Rev. Victoria inspires and empowers through her workshops and classes in New Thought communities throughout Southern California. She created and hosted the Sunday Night Pipeline service at the Granada Hills Center for Spiritual Living, speaking and serving there for over eighteen months. Through Agape’s Freedom Light Prison Ministry, Rev. Victoria has led support groups at the Women’s Metropolitan Detention Center, teaching spiritual principles and practices to the incarcerated.
Prior to entering the path of ministry, she co-facilitated drug awareness classes and taught parenting classes. She developed and teaches the Prayer Warrior class through Agape University; this class is one of the prerequisites for those individuals on the road to Practitioner Studies. Blessed in an ever expanding awareness of various teachings and tools on spiritual healing, shamanic vocation, affirmative prayer, forgiveness, 12-Step recovery, conscious parenting and spiritual principles, she awakens in herself and others a greater self-love and embodiment of the Indwelling Christ Presence.