Victor travels around the world as a missionary, preacher, researcher, and a storyteller. He currently resides in Sydney, Australia where he is a doctoral researcher and tutor under the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University. As an interdisciplinary voice found on the borderline between psychology and theology, his academic interests are in the sociology and psychology of religion, and in particular the role and theology of spiritual care. In addition, he is a Research Associate at the Cambridge Institute of Applied Psychology & Religion in England, and at the Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University in South Africa. He has published a number of peer-reviewed papers and serves as ad hoc reviewer for several international academic journals.
Committed to building and strengthening faith communities, Counted hopes to provide answers to difficult questions and create an aura that inspire generations through his teachings and writings. He serves as a trainer and missionary with the Counted for Christ Ministries, equipping church leaders and Christian ministries around the world to meet the complex needs of our present-day culture. Victor is also the co-founder of Third Millennium Africa Project, a non-profit enterprise leading Africa’s millennia transition through supporting youth action and social innovation in Africa. Counted is the author of “From A Weakspot To A Hotshot: Life changing insights on how live and lead a complete life” (2015) and the co-editor of “Think Up: The Church in Africa Engaging Plurality” (2013). At present, Counted is working on his new book, Finding God Without Losing Yourself: Resolving the conflict with God and self.
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