Bishop Dr. William L. Harris, Sr., is the pastor and founder of Victory Tabernacle Apostolic Church in Indianapolis, IN. He has been pastoring just over 40 years and has been preaching more than 45 years. Emerging in the ranks of holiness as a third generation apostolic, he has been committed to the call of God with a deep passion to reach the lost. He was ordained as Bishop by the Apostolic Assemblies of Christ and received his Doctorate of Divinity from the Muskegon Bible Institute. Driven by his love for mankind, he has faithfully served and ministered in the communities of Indianapolis and was recognized by Mayor Greg Ballard in 2010 who declared December 28, 2010 as Bishop William L. Harris Sr. Day. From the time of the church’s inception, Bishop Harris has given himself over to outreach endeavors such as street meetings and ministering in the Marion County Jail and Pendleton Prison. The Lord has opened doors for him to preach and teach in conferences, retreats, marriage classes, high schools, college campuses, and city events in Indianapolis and many other states. He is a visionary, a lover of truth and holiness and is known for standing for the Lord, resisting the temptation to succumb to the pressures and winds of change. Standing with this man of God is his wife of fifty-one years, First Lady Linda R. Harris.