Faith & Self Defense

Building Confidence Through Evidence

About Faith & Self Defense

Mark McGee

Building Confidence Through Evidence

The idea for FaithandSelfDefense began in 1971 when God saved atheist Mark McGee. Mark was a journalist and radio talk show host in a large metropolitan area. He was also a “faith bully.” (Read more about Mark’s Testimony that first appeared in Billy Graham’s Decision Magazine 30 years ago.)

A personal relationship with Jesus Christ changed Mark’s life forever. He used his voice to defend Christianity against those who would argue that God did not exist and that Jesus did not die for sin and rise from the dead.

Mark studied Bible and Theology at Luther Rice College and Christian Apologetics at Biola University. (Read some of Mark’s recent Bible studies.)

Mark currently serves with Ratio Christi Campus Apologetics Alliance and Engage360, and served with The Christian Apologetics Alliance  for several years. Mark has authored two books and 300+ Christian eBooks

Mark has been involved with martial arts since 1961 and became involved in Judo and Karate for Christ in 1972 (now known as Karate for Christ International). He currently teaches multiple styles of Kung Fu and Karate-Do. Mark founded Grace Martial Arts in 1990 for the purpose of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through martial arts ministries. He is a member of the Christian Black Belt Association and serves as Alabama Representative for the International Network of Christian Martial Artists.

(Read more about Mark’s involvement in Christian self defense.)


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