About Victor


As a child, Victor survived 4 abusive step-fathers, while attending 14 schools & living in 17 houses by the time he graduated from high school.

Martial Arts & Marines

Victor finds discipline in his life from his training in martial arts, having earned his 7th degree black belt and from his service in the United States Marine Corps.

Finding Faith

After his biological dad became a Christian, he helped Victor find salvation in the Lord. Their relationship restored, Victor had his dad as his Best Man at his wedding.

All Things Possible Ministries

After going into his first juvenile facility to share his story with a group of incarcerated kids in 2002, Victor founded All Things Possible Ministries (ATP), a faith based organization that works on a global scale to free children from abuse and the effects of its trauma.

The Victor Marx Story

Victor’s life story has been chronicled in his autobiography, “The Victor Marx Story” and in a documentary film of the same title.

High Risk Missions Leader

Victor leads high risk mission teams overseas for the purpose of offering hope and the love of God in a tangible way to groups who are hurting, outcast, and have suffered abuse at the hands of evil.

Global Speaker

Humanitarian, Speaker, Child & Youth Advocate
Speaking all over the U.S. as well as internationally, Victor’s story crosses all boundaries, providing inspiration and encouragement to audiences of all types.


Victor has dedicated his life to delivering a message of hope and redemption to the front lines of the hurting and disenfranchised.


Bringing hope and inspiration to audiences of all types, Victor speaks across the U.S. at youth prisons, high schools, churches, businesses, military bases, and more.


From Burma to Iraq, Victor has been labeled a “High-Risk Missionary” by the Special Forces and intelligence community because of his passion to go and do where most would rather not.


Victor’s newest project aims to bring hope & healing to all who suffer with PTS(D). This new documentary film, called “Triggered,” will highlight how individuals conquered traumatic experiences from war, childhood, and life.