Victor Torres was just 12 years old the first time he stabbed a man. At the age of 14, he was heavily addicted to heroin. By the time he was 18, he was one of New York City’s most feared gang leaders and had been incarcerated three times.
Today, he’s a leading evangelist who has helped thousands of young people find freedom from drug addiction and gang life.
“My story is proof that no matter what the circumstances are, no matter how you feel or how negative it looks, redemption is possible,” Torres told The Gospel Herald in an exclusive interview. “I want people to know that whatever you’re facing, whether it’s drugs or any other kind of addiction, nothing’s too hard or difficult for God.”