“Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong. Let all that you do be done with love.” 1 Corinthians 16:13-14
Grace Martial Arts had its beginning in 1971. Mark McGee became a Christian and began teaching martial arts from a Christian perspective. He became involved with Judo and Karate for Christ in 1972. Mr. McGee started Grace Martial Arts and GraceLife Ministries in 1990 and began the online version for both in 1995. He worked with Grand Master Robert Xavier to start Grace Martial Arts Fellowship in 1997 and with Ron Shively and Joseph Lumpkin to re-start Karate For Christ International in 1998. Mr. McGee continues to work with and support KFCI.
Mark McGee is a 7th Degree Black Belt in Yon Ch’uan Martial Arts, 7th Degree Black Sash in Meihua Chuan Kung Fu, 6th Degree Black Belt in 15 Animal Kung Fu, Senior Instructor in Hwa Yu T’ai Chi Ch’uan, 3rd Degree Black Belt in Okinawan Karate-do, 2nd Degree Black Belt in Korean martial arts, and 1st Degree Black Belt in Kenpo. He is a member of the Yon Ch’uan Martial Arts Federation, Hwa Yu T’ai Chi Health & Well-being Society, Pyramid Karate Association, Karate For Christ International, International Network of Christian Martial Artists, and Christian Hapkido Federation. Mr. McGee is also a founding member of the Fitness Ministers Association. He teaches private martial arts classes (including traditional and environmental weapons), public self-defense clinics, and assists with Christian Soldiers Karate in Huntsville, Alabama.
Sensei McGee’s Yon Ch’uan Martial Arts, 15 Animal Kung Fu, and Hwa Yu T’ai Chi instructor is Grand Master Robert Xavier. Master Xavier’s teacher was Grand Master John Chung Li who brought Hwa Yu T’ai Chi from China to the United States in 1968. Mr. McGee’s Meihua Chuan Kung Fu and Seito Matsumura Shorin-ryu Karate-do instructor is Grand Master Stephen Van Camp.
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