Continuing The Vision
Victory World Missions was founded by Dr. Rob and Ginger Carman. Their ministry began as founding pastors of one of the most influential churches in the state of New Mexico. After 22 years of pastoral ministry, they resigned and began to travel worldwide, teaching pastors and leaders and helping to establish churches. Rob had spoken in person to over one million people. Together as a team, they traveled to over 70 nations.
Dr. Carman passed away in 2021. Through generous gifts from their family, friends, and churches, The Dr. Rob Carman Nurses Quarters was built in the nation of Papua New Guinea. Situated 6,000 feet above sea level in the rugged mountains and 35 miles from the nearest town, this 2,000 square foot facility is complete with a modern kitchen, two fully equipped bathrooms, and eight individual bedrooms for all-female staff. It is 200 feet from the hospital allowing the nurses close access.
Victory World Missions advances under the direction of Ginger Carman. “Our Vision is the World, Our Passion is Souls” was what Rob and Ginger lived by, and Ginger remains dedicated to that same vision. Victory World Missions will continue its support of the operations of the hospital and nurse’s quarters in Papua New Guinea moving forward with outreaches and projects in nations such as Germany, Bulgaria, Mozambique, and Botswana, helping to support, train, and network with those in need.
60,000 National Leaders
Dr. Rob and Ginger Carman have traveled to 70 nations, trained over 60,000 national leaders and have spoken in person to one million people.
Victory World Missions
Dr. Rob and Ginger Carman have 40 years of ministerial experience with 22 of those years spent pastoring. It is their desire to build a relationship with all the senior pastors and be a friend. Learn more about Victory World Missions.