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Dr. Tracy W. Marx, President of Louisville Bible College (Louisville, Kentucky), addresses issues from a Biblical perspective. Prior to becoming President of Louisville Bible College in March 2010, Tracy served on the distance learning faculty of the South African Theological Seminary and has held preaching ministry positions at churches in Southern Indiana, Southeastern Kentucky, Southwestern Virginia, and the Washington DC Metro Area. A native of Illinois, Dr. Marx was ordained into the Christian ministry at the Lancaster (IL) Church of Christ in 1994. He has earned an Associate in Science (A.S.) from Wabash Valley College, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) from Johnson University, a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from Emmanuel Christian Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) from Trinity Theological Seminary. President Marx’s work has appeared in such publications as The Washington Times, Christian Standard, and The Journal of the Evangelical Homiletics Society. He has received awards for outstanding preaching in addition to holding memberships in the Delta Epsilon Chi Honor Society and the National Omicron-Psi Honor Society. In May 2011, Dr. Marx received a Certificate of Appreciation from the First Battalion 6th Field Artillery Regiment in recognition of providing spiritual support during Operation Enduring Freedom. President Marx is married to Angela, and they have three children

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There's a story about a young man who was sent to the bank to get change for $500. However, the bank teller made a mistake and changed the $500 out for over $25,000! The young man noticed, but would he say anything to the teller?... more

Do you remember "The Grumble Song"? It's all about people who like to grumble. They thrive on it. They seek out excuses to do it. They love complaining. Sadly, it describes a lot of people--including some Christians. But is that the life God... more

"Do not judge!" How often is that statement tossed around in today's society? But is it really biblical? Did Jesus really give a command to not judge in any way? In this episode Dr. Marx addresses the issue of judging non-judgmentally.

Does hope mean something like "I hope I don't get a speeding ticket"? Does hope mean "I hope I can get some ice cream"? Or does true hope mean something much different? In this episode of "The Tracy Marx Show" Dr. Marx discusses... more

Happy Mother's Day! Let's talk about mommies: love, strength, encouragement, sacrifice.

In this Good Friday episode, Dr. Marx discusses the horrible events surrounding the betrayal, trials, and crucifixion of Jesus. But the story doesn't stop there. If it did stop there, there would be no hope and today would not be called "Good"... more

As the followers of Jesus were traveling with Jesus to Jerusalem, they were astonished and afraid. They were starting to really see the cost of following Jesus--were they willing to pay the price? Are you?

Christians are often accused of being arrogant because we claim that Jesus Christ is the one and only way to salvation. How should Christians deal with this? Should we deny exclusivity? Is God really represented throughout the various... more

What do you do if you're called to go somewhere to serve the Lord but you're afraid? When an invitation comes to share the Word of God have you ever said, "Who, Me?" In this episode Dr. Marx talks about the challenges of being called... more

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