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Victor Martinez


Victor Martinez, was born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. The youngest of four children, he worshipped with his family at the local Presbyterian Church. His grandfather, Alvaro Morales-Zambrana, was part of the first generation of indigenous Presbyterian pastors in the island.

In 1986, while attending Mississippi State University, Victor sensed God’s calling to follow in his grandfather’s footsteps. After college, Victor enrolled in Seminary in Ft. Worth, TX. It was there that he met Jeannie, his future wife and partner in ministry. Together they served as missionaries with the Southern Baptist Convention until 2001. During that time Victor has planted churches and served as pastor in Dallas, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Puerto Rico, and has taught Seminary in Puerto Rico, as well as a Brazilian seminary extension program in Cambridge, MAIn 2001 Victor came to San Antonio to serve as Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Baptist University of the Américas, where he taught until 2008.

Victor and Jeannie rejoice that God has brought them to the Presbyterian tradition of Victor’s childhood. Their call is that in all things Christ and His Church be served, as He establishes His Kingdom on earth. They love to spend time “en familia y confianza”…sharing a cafecito and a good conversation.