Victoria Evans-Peasley - Senior Director of Connections
Victoria develops and leads assimilation (Connections), local outreach, and Women's Ministries initiatives. She holds a BA from the University of South Florida, an MA from the University of Charleston, and an MS from Grace Seminary & College. Victoria is currently pursuing a Biblical Counseling Certification with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.
Fun Facts About Victoria:
Biggest Influences: My husband's leadership and perseverance
Service to Community: Joyfully serve on the board of directors for The Caring Place, Inc. (thecaringplacenwi.org)
Music in my car/on my iPod: Jeremy Camp, Kutless, Sanctus Real, Sevenglory, Third Day, Casting Crowns, Leeland, TobyMac, Daughtry, Group1Crew, Superchic(k), Josh Groban, Michael Buble, Andrea Bocelli, U2, Sting...just to name a few!
Favorite word: Believe
Least favorite word: (I'll) try
Sound/noise I love: Beach sounds (waves, palm trees blowing, seagulls) and thunderstorms
Sound/noise I hate: Someone speaking critically or abusively to someone else, or someone taking The Lord's name in vain
Favorite movies: Steel Magnolias, When Harry Met Sally, The Passion of the Christ, Jerry Maguire, Mission Impossible series
Favorite book(s): The Bible (especially the Gospel of John, and Psalms), Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers, The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, The Power of Prayer Series by Stormie Omartain, most anything by John Maxwell, The Traveler's Gift by Andy Andrews, The Giver by Lois Lowry, most anything by Karen Kingsbury
Spare time: Family Time & Date Night with my hubby, Quiet Time & Coffee with The Lord, reading/studying, fine dining, movies, catching up with old friends
Best invention: Chocolate Thunder from Down Under (Outback Steakhouse)
Another profession I’d like to try: I would love to write Bible studies and teach at the collegiate level. When I retire, I want to be a greeter at Petsmart!
A profession I never want to try: Anything involving hard labor or working outside
Passions: Encouraging others
Biggest frustrations: Those who complain, rather than coming up with solutions
When I get to Heaven, I’d like to hear God say: I am well pleased with what you have done for my glory