Keichu-Do American Karate
Unexpectedly (for us, not God) My dad went home to be with The Lord last night. Our gracious God granted him his only personal desire that he would be sleeping when The Lord took him home. I am super sad, yet so glad for him.
He came back into my life as a young man and brought me to Church on June 22, 1986, where I came to know my Heavenly Father through Jesus Christ. So I guess you can say, after being reconciled to my earthly father because of love, I was reconciled to my heavenly Dad because of love, because of Jesus, because of the Cross!
Thank you for your friendship and prayers during this time, for his dear sweet wife Kathy, and his large family, church family and extended martial arts family.
We will be posting updates on Facebook and via Email.
Keichu-Do American Karate is considered an original American Karate self-defense system. The system utilizes powerful hits and kicks to inflict terrible pain to an attacker. Founded by Karl William Marx Sr. in the American state of Louisiana, Keichu-Do/Keichu-Ryu (Cajun self-defense) is recognized internationally as a valid Karate style, and as the earliest original and unique American Karate style.
Many fights begin without warning and a victim is often knocked to the ground, therefore grappling and self-defense from vulnerable positions (such as lying on your back) are taught in this unique "Cajun Karate" style.
Keichu-Do Karate is designed for Americans and the way Americans fight. Small people and women can use this original American Karate style for simple self-defense against rape, mugging, and even suprise attacks. Strength and atheletic skills are not required as with many other self-defense styles.