Born to an absentee father who was a pimp and a drug dealer; who didn’t claim him as his own child, Victor Marx was left for dead in cooler by a child molester at the age of 5 in the deep South. By the time he was a teenager , Victor endured abuse from several step-fathers, attended 14 different schools and lived in different houses. He was doing drugs in school in an effort to escape the emotional pain of his childhood.
As an adult, Victor was diagnosed with mental illness and PTSD. It seemed as if there was no way out. He could have chosen to remain a victim. Instead he learned what it means to become victorious.
Victor travels the world as founder and President of All Things Possible, an national faith based organization. Using his expertise as a 7th Degree Black Belt in Keichu-Do- a mixture of Karate and Jiu-Jitsu and a 5th Degree in Weapons, Victor engages audiences of all types, delivering a powerful message of hope and restoration.
If you don’t know about Victor Marx’ story or about All Things Possible ministry…don’t miss this fantastic documentary.
The elevator scene in the beginning is FANTASTIC and really gives you a desire to watch more…even a full length feature movie with Victor and his wife as the stars. Very well done.
This is a powerful documentary about Victor’s life and how he uses his past to reach those youth in Juvenile Facilities. What this ministry does really touched me because I have a real burden for the teenagers and especially those in prison but never knew what to do to reach out to them. It makes sense that someone who understands their pain would be the best person to reach them. We highly recommend this one!
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