Our Art of War curriculum explores the fight context of Scripture, the wars of the Bible and God as the Captain of Israel. Applicants shadow the mentor, adhere to accountability measures, become practitioners of Lacham - a Bible-based martial art philosophy - and are eligible for regimented training.
MAAFA stands out from other gun clubs because of our emphasis on family autonomy. Farming, hunting, camping, craftsmanship and crisis management breed self-sufficiency for individuals and families.
Weapons orientation and weapons training is conducted in a group setting. If you miss classes, you may attend the same sessions as they come up again on the calendar.
“Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.” - Psalm 144:1
We condition and train as a group; but you must hold yourself accountable to the fitness routines and skills requirement. Our tactical focus is home protection. Our regimented focus is corporate action.
We practice Lacham and welcome the practice of all martial arts from a faith perspective. Member practitioners are invited to demonstrate, teach and practice their crafts.