Victorious Family is a Christian Family Discipleship training and resource ministry.
305 Brookshire Lake Ln
Alpharetta, GA 30022
CEO/President: Terence Chatmon
Board size: 0
Founder: Terence Chatmon
Year founded: 2018
Tax deductible: Yes
Fiscal year end: 12/31
Member of ECFA: No
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We live in a world of competing world views. As a result, the family has been under significant spiritual and moral warfare. When parents look at the responsibility of raising up their children in our current world it appears to be an insurmountable task. What we can't do on our own - we believe God can. We believe that God will advance his kingdom, and that it begins in the family. We have set our target on reaching 9.2 million families by 2030 who are empowered to model God's family values and to advance his kingdom.
At Victorious Family, our mission is to equip and empower family champions who make mature and thriving parents. We are poised and mobilized to see this movement extend across the world, through the most transformational step-by-step family spiritual development processes available today.
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Victorious Family is a Christian Family Discipleship training and resource ministry founded over 12 years ago led by founder, Terence Chatmon. Terence was a successful senior executive in corporate America, served in leadership roles with several Fortune 500 companies, including Johnson & Johnson, Citibank, and Coca-Cola. While he continued to achieve success as a marketplace and organizational leader he saw the need for greater spiritual formation in his own family. Since then, Terence has committed himself to be a family champion in his home for over 26 years. What began as a family bible study in the Chatmon home has grown into a family discipleship movement through the parenting workshop, Do Your Children Believe, and has reached more than hundred thousand participating families.