About the Pastor
Pastor Marcus Dixon is an accomplished leader with over 30 years of experience. He is a retired Soldier, serving the US Army for 20 years, and currently works at United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) and had been a Human Resource Command employee for six years. Pastor Marcus Dixon is a board member of Helping Hands of Hope and instrumental in getting students involved in the Accounting Career Awareness Program, held in Louisville at the University of Louisville every last week of June yearly. Pastor Marcus Dixon and Minister Linda Dixon, founders of the Making A Difference Conference, are excellent at leading people and organizations in developing vision and in executing plans to reach both personal and organizational objectives. They are creative in teaching resiliency skills that allow organization and teams to grow during challenges. These skills also allow people to adapt to changing demands through marriage classes, and financial management classes. They also train and prepare leaders in the ministry. Pastor Marcus and Minister Linda Dixon have been married for 30 years and have four children, Latrice, Linda, Marcus, and Jonathan.
Pastor Marcus Dixon has held many positions in the Hardin County community; such as former Second Vice President of NAACP Hardin County branch, Board member for Brother To Brother Academy targeted for young African American males 5-12 grade, but not limiting other ethnic groups, North Middle School Basketball Coach, Hardin County BCA Amateur Athletic Union Head Basketball Coach, three –time Volunteer of The Year Award winner, 2015 Citizen of The Year Award, Substitute Teacher in Hardin County, Spokesperson for Radcliff Residence and Business Association, Chaplain and current Vice President of Phi beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Pastor of House of Manna Bread of life and his most precious assignment from God along with his wife Minister Linda Dixon is the Making A Difference Conference. This conference seeks to enlighten, educate and empower men, women and youth of the community by bringing together leaders and members of the community in Business, Government, Education, Arts and Entertainment, Family Services, Religion, and Media so that they all may work together thriving and excelling in all points of life and being an example to the world of the benefits of doing life God’s way. He believes in family, community, and that it takes a village to raise a child and therefore, he is seeking to engage our community to work together in the development of its citizens. Pastor Marcus Dixon is an Elder at Sanderson Memorial The Church of The Living God. Pastor Marcus Dixon has helped 29 female athletes and 14 male athletes acquire college scholars through his Hardin County BCA Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Pastor Marcus Dixon is a member of Radcliff North Hardin Ministerial Association (RNHMA) and serves on the committee that provides school supplies, personal hygiene, socks, t-shirts, and snacks for the Family Resource Youth Service Center for North Hardin High School and others schools in Hardin County. He also organized bringing supplies to North Hardin High School through Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated and started the Phi Beta Sigma Mentorship Program at North Hardin High School also. Pastor Dixon serves as a father figure for many youth in the community and is always willing to help out. Pastor Marcus Dixon arranges college visits to open house for Brother To Brother, and North Middle School Basketball team when he was boys basketball coach in 2013-14. Pastor Marcus is a constant at bringing his youth groups to Feeding America, Elizabethtown Nursing Home, and volunteered at The Lord’s Supper Soup Kitchen, Warm Blessings, Helping Hands of Hope, and many other community organizations. Pastor Dixon is thankful that God uses him to be a blessing to his community and is truly humbled by God’s gift to do so