God's Roadmap

Sharing God's roadmap of grace to avoid the pitfalls and potholes of life.

"Let not mercy and truth forsake you; bind them around your neck. Write them on the tablet of your heart" (Proverbs 3:3).


Sunday, July 20, 2014

by Barbara Latta

July blog marathon of American heroes continues with a focus on All Things Possible Ministries founded by martial artist Victor Marx.

Severely abused as a child, left in a cooler for dead, and almost purposely drowned in a bathtub, Victor Marx has an incredible testimony of the healing power of Jesus for the wounded soul. Victor and his wife, Eileen, take this story of redemption to high schools, prisons, and military bases. 

Presently his ministry is sponsoring the making of a film, “Triggered,” which focuses on the causes and cures for PTSD. The ministry’s goal is to distribute this film to as many military bases as possible to help combat the rising rate of suicides in our veterans returning from war. PTSD can occur in anyone’s life, not just those who have been to war, and this movie will be shown in other venues, as well. 

Victor Marx is a 7th degree black belt in Keichu-Do and 5th degree in weapons and a former United States Marine. He uses his skills of power and speed while explaining the gospel to audiences about the healing power of the love of God. That power reached out through Victor to reconcile him to his father, who was one of the abusers in his life, and before his death Victor’s father became born again. Victor and his father were able to spend some quality healing time together before his dad went to heaven.

According to worldly statistics, Victor Marx shouldn’t be alive and well. Without God’s intervention he would be dead, or if he were alive, he would be in a mental institution. Victor’s story presented to those who think they are without hope and stuck in their pain brings light to the darkness of a soul’s prison. 
You can watch Victor’s story and see trailers for the movie at www.victormarx.com.

What can you do as an individual to help those who are hurting from past abuses?
Share your thoughts.



No comments:

Post a Comment