Mr. Angel Casiano’s Martial Arts Biography


Mr. Casiano began his fighting experience on the streets. However, formally began his training as an Amateur Boxer in 1980 during his teenage years in Yauco, Puerto Rico. In July of 1991 he moved to Jacksonville, Florida after graduating with a Bachelors’ Degree in Sociology and a Minor in Education from The Inter-American University of Puerto Rico.

    It was in Jacksonville where Mr. Casiano began his Martial Arts career. In 1993 Mr. Casiano began the realization of a dream as he started his martial arts studies at The American Taekwondo Association under ATA Instructor Eric Ekholm.

    In 1995 Mr. Casiano earned his First Degree Black Belt in TKD. After that Mr. Casiano explored with other Martial Arts Styles such as Wing Chung King Fu under Master Anthony Arnett. Sifu Arnett created  “Cheung Style Wing Chun”, a style that Mr. Casiano proudly and successfully represented in full contact Kickboxing Competition.

    Mr. Casiano also briefly studied Shotokan with Master Bryan Porter and many other respectful instructors and lovers of the art. During the summer of 1995, by the request of some of his Nephews and Nieces, Mr. Casiano started teaching Taekwondo to a group of fifteen children and teenagers. Most of these children were part of Angel’s family. That was the beginning of Angel’s teaching career in Martial Arts.

    In April 26, 1997 Angel had a spiritual encounter with his Creator that changed his life forever. On that date Mr. Casiano became a Born Again Christian. Shortly after that, he retired from Martial Arts as Mr. Casiano was given an article stating that there was no room for the mixing of Martial Arts and Christianity together. Convinced at the time that what he read was true, Mr. Casiano destroyed all of his trophies and photos and promised to serve One God; his Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

    For five years Angel did not kick nor punch in any school or Tournament. However, that was about to change! During the winter of 1999, Angel received a phone call from one of his lovely Nieces, Karen Martinez. She wanted to lose some weight and feel better about herself. At that time, Angel did not have any desire to teach nor to exercise himself. However, his wife wanted to exercise also, so he obeyed! Three times a week in the Family Room of his home, Angel would teach. Later, some of Angel’s sisters-in-law and friends joined the class. He began to see God touching people as he prayed for them and, for the first time, he saw that it was not such a bad idea to use Martial Arts for God’s glory.

     In January of 2001, Angel was selected as the Young Adult’s pastor at his church, “The Father’s House International.” During one of his Bible Studies, Monique Bosque, the Senior Pastor’s daughter, asked Angel to teach a Karate Class just for fun. The first class was scheduled for Wednesday, January 16, 2001; so the karate began. In May of 2002, Angel became a member of The Christian Martial Arts Association under the leadership of Master Robert Graham.

     In August of 2002, Angel officially registered the name “Good Fight Ministries” and initiated the process to create a Non-profit Martial Arts organization. In July 16, 2002 the ministry expanded its territory to The Carpenter Shop Church in Jacksonville, Florida. In January first of 2003, Mr. Casiano moved to his own ministry building at 1540-2 Monument Road. The Ministry grew to 115 students. During that time, Mr. Angel Casiano was actively involved in preaching, teaching and giving demonstrations in Churches, at the Florida State Prison Work Camp, Communities in general, Schools and Preschools.

     In 2003 the Florida Hall of Fame of Martial Arts selected Mr. Angel Casiano as one of Florida’s Instructor’s of the Year. That same year he was aware   his Second Degree Black Belt in Kickboxing. In May of 2004, Mr. Angel Casiano was inducted into the prestigious USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame and received The Christian Spirit Award, given for the first time in history by this organization under Dr. Jim Thomas.

     Later, Mr. Casiano united his ministry with a local Christian Martial Arts school with Master James Pierce. They formed United Martial Arts, as it continues to stand today in Jacksonville, Florida.

     In July of 2004, Mr. Casiano answered the call to Pastor a bilingual church in Winton, North Carolina and had a short period of teaching at The Carpenter Shop Church in Ahoskie, North Carolina.

     In December of 2004, Mr. Casiano’s wife was diagnosed with cancer and passed away in December of 2005, just six months after accepting the call to be a pastor. That was the beginning of a great valley of suffering for Mr. Casiano. Mr. Casiano returned to Jacksonville, Florida and later remarried and divorced.

     In September 10, 2011 Mr. Casiano returned to the teaching of Martial Arts as he returned to the state of North Carolina.   Good Fight Taekwondo and Kickboxing Academy proudly served Hertford and Gates County in the beautiful state of North Carolina. We reached over 150 students. Classes were held at Gates County Community Center, Vidant Wellness Center in Ahoskie and Ahoskie Christian School were our program became the PE Class for student from 5th to 9th graders.

     In August of 2013 Mr. Casiano and his family moved to Fairbanks, Alaska. The program is set to start in the Golden Heart city of Fairbanks on August 4th 2014. The name changed from Good Fight Taekwondo and Kickboxing Academy to Casiano’s Martial Arts. Classes will take place at JP Jones Community Development Center.

     In November 15, 2014 Mr. Casiano was promoted to 5th Degree Black Belt by the Gospel Martial Arts Union.


     Our program is a combination of Boxing, Kickboxing, Taekwondo, and practical self-defense. we continue to grow; always grateful, but not satisfy. For more
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Inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2004: Go to and click on FLORIDA!

On of Florida’s Instructor’s of the year in 2003: Go to and go Instructor’s of the Year.

On November 5, 2011 Mr. Casiano received his Third Degree Black Belt; awarded by The Gospel Martial Arts Union (

Thank God for His Confirmations for my Return to North Carolina

Not everything has been smooth in my return to North Carolina; as a matter of fact, I am so grateful
to God for giving me so many confirmations, because he knew I needed each one
of them. For now, I am leading worship at The Carpenter’s Shop; that seems to
be my only connection to that particular ministry at this hour. To make a
living, the Lord has blessed me with a construction job that I am very grateful


Now, this is the funny part, I am back to teaching Martial Arts. For now, it is just
private lessons with a former student I had years back in Ahoskie, North
Carolina. Who knows where that is going to end up? Never say never! For sure!


The most amazing thing over all, is that God has connected me with an amazing family in Ahoskie.
This is a family of successful business folks who love the Lord and for some
strange reason, love me, also. This family has provided me a job, gave me a
five hundred dollars pay advance and a small beautiful house by the Chowan
River. This is without a doubt The Land of my Promotion and the Land of my
Prosperity. God is truly good!


I am literally preparing myself to preach tonight at a local church and I am super excited about what
God is doing. Keep praying for me and don’t hesitate to send me your prayer
request at


As I write these lines, we are within
hours of getting hit by a possible, Category One hurricane here in North
Carolina. Just a few days ago, we felt the earth tremble; I was in Ahoskie
speaking with some friends when I felt the building shake. Here in Gates County,
we have been waking up to heavy smoke as we have been battling a fire nearby.

As I think about these three
expressions of nature, I feel that God is really trying to tell us something.
No doubt that the church in this region is about to be shaken; what is not real
will not stand. I am convinced that God’s next move is not going to be
recognized as coming forth from one particular church or ministry; God’s next
move is going to be regional.
The fires are announcing a true release of a sharp Spirit of prophesy in this region; for the Bible tells us
in1 Thessalonians 5:19–20


“Do not put out the
Spirit’s fire; do not treat prophecies with contempt.”

We still have a hurricane out
there and that hurricane is coming to blow away whatever is not built out of
God’s strong foundation. Manmade religion will be released into the air where
it belongs and we will be hungry for God’s glory. Get ready, for the glory of
God is about to be manifested in this region like never before. Ahoskie will be
the headquarters of this move. This revival will be unique, just as Ahoskie is
unique. The city of Ahoskie is also known by the nickname “The Only One,” because there is no other
area in the world with that name. Just like God’s next move! Worshippers and musicians
will be in tune with the Spirit, for new songs and sounds will be released in
this region that will go forth like a wild fire all around the world. Many will
say in that day: Ahoskie? But the Lord is saying: “Yes, Ahoskie!”

Fathers…It Starts With You!!!!!

All technology is created by God.
All technology that facilitates communication with e-mails, texts, Facebook, Twitter
and other Social Networks are indeed, created by God with the purpose of
bringing us, as Christians, together and for us to assault the god of the air.  However, I want to sound the trumpet about
something that I am seeing more and more.

Even as we have smart phones, e-mail,
texting, Facebook and the Twitter thing, we are becoming a very impersonal
generation. We see people walking around like robots looking at their phones
and no longer at each other. It seems as if our children rather text than to
hold a face to face conversation. This, however, it is not my concern. My
concern is that many pastors are using these kinds of technology as a substitute
for true discipleship. They actually think that through blogs, Facebook,
Twitter, e-mails, texting and others; they are actually pastoring somebody’s

No doubts that we are able to
minister through these forms of technology; I know I do through my blog and through Facebook; but that is
just one of many ways that we can minister life into people’s heart. However,
the way to disciple continues to be the same. Jesus ministered spiritual fatherhood by sharing his
life with twelve men. I have news for you brother; you who call yourself an Apostle;
sending texts are nice, writing deep spiritual thoughts on Facebook is great,
having your own blog is an amazing adventure; however, none of those activities
make you a Spiritual Father. Look at it this way; can you raise your children
if, even as you are able to see and be with them, you just texted them, wrote them
beautiful messages on Facebook or tweeted them all day long? Think about it!

If you are called to be a father
in the ministry, you better start getting down and dirty as Jesus did. Your
kids are not going to learn on their own; don’t get mad when they totally screw
up because you were so, busy texting and tweeting that you ignored the power of
spending face to face time with him/her. It is one thing to affect the air and
shine some light in such darkness; the other to be so, lazy by limiting your
paternal duties to a few lines.

“He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and
the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the
land with a curse.” (Malachi 4:6)

Fathers…It starts with you!!!!!
Stop the excuses, stop criticizing your children. As you turn your heart
towards your children, they will turn their hearts towards you, but most of
all, towards God.

A Word for Those That Have No Strength to Seek God

Some are crying out before Me
saying: Find me, for I have no strength
to seek You
. You have seen death of love ones, sickness, devastating mental
health issues in your children, struggles with homosexuality, a healing that
never came, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, broken
relationships, divorces and much more and it seems like I was not there. I saw
your pain, says the Living God! I was there! I am here and I will forever be
with you! All of your tears are precious to me and I will transform each one of
them to joy, for I am with you. You will see… Don’t give up! Your breakthrough
is near! Come after Me my child, I am giving you strength to walk after Me in
your secret place! Come!

Taking a Closer Look at The Baptism of The Holy Spirit Part 5

“A Look at the Attack Against the Prophetic Sound”

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit is designed by God to
change us. The manifestation of the gift of prophesies will change us. We can
clearly see that Christian music carried an unbelievable responsibility. All
these great Prophets spoke the Word of God as they listened to musical
instruments being played in a skillful and anointed way. But it is sad to say
that in many churches, the Musical Worship is limited to a few songs; if
anybody dares to sing too loud, to expand the song too much, to jazz the music
up, to explore other styles or to say anything other than what the song is
saying, we are frowned upon. We are locked in a one fast song, two slow songs,
the offering and here comes the Man of God with the Word, routine. Musical
Worship, in many churches, is annoying to hear. It gets worse when the pastor
doesn’t have any understanding or ear for music and even worse when he is
completely insensitive to the move of the Spirit. What do we have left; some
dry-behind service where people are bored to death and the Spirit is not
allowed to move freely?

But, get ready, for many will be truly baptized in the
Holy Spirit and the Fire of God will burn everything that is not of God in
their lives as individuals and in our churches. Get ready, for God is releasing
new music to the Body of Christ for whosoever seeks Him. The music will be
beautiful, it will be powerful, it will be played skillfully, it will be
anointed and it will carry the healing power of God’s Word. May the Lord
baptize us, over and over; in the baptizing of fire, let us all speak in
tongues for our own edification; but, let us all prophesy for the edification
of the Body.





Taking a Closer Look at The Baptism of The Holy Spirit Part 4

“A Look at the Attack Against the Prophetic Sound”

Baptism of the Holy Spirit is key in all aspects, but vital in the ministry
of music. I strongly believe that God’s musicians and singers are more than
just entertainers; I strongly believe that God’s musicians and singers ought to
be some of the most powerful people walking this earth right now. I am also
taking a risk by saying that as musicians and singers, we are being attracted
by Secular Music to the point that we have lost our intimacy with God;
therefore, we are no longer seeking heaven for new music, sounds, songs,
styles, melodies, etc. We are looking at the world and we are always a few
steps behind in creativity.

When was the last time that the church made a life
changing musical contribution to the world? We look at the Secular Music and we
see the creation of Salsa, Jazz, Latin Jazz, Rap, R&B, Reggae and many
others. We then come right behind them and add Christian to the music they
invented. Don’t we serve a mighty God? How far have we fallen from the
God-giving, transforming power of music!

Important portions of the Bible, the most powerful book
in the world, were written by anointed men as they listened to the sounds of
anointed musicians. We read the Word today, but how would you have loved to be
the musician that played the harp while Elisha prophesized? What an amazing

said, ‘As surely as the LORD Almighty lives, whom I serve, if I did not have
respect for the presence of Jehoshaphat king of Judah, I would not pay any
attention to you. 15 But now bring me a harpist.’

the harpist was playing, the hand of the LORD came on Elisha 16 and
he said, ‘This is what the LORD says: I will fill this valley with pools of
water. 17 For this is what the LORD says: You will see neither wind
nor rain, yet this valley will be filled with water, and you, your cattle and
your other animals will drink” (2 Kings 3:14-17)


            Anointed music and
Prophesy walk hand by hand through the writing of the Word of God. Anointed
music has a way of releasing the Word of The Lord. Elisha specifically, asked
for a harpist and then the word was released. This seemed to be a common practice
for prophets in these days. Let’s take a look at another powerful reference to
the Biblical reality of the gifts of music and the gift of prophesy walking
together. First
Samuel 10:1-12 tells us:

1 Then Samuel took a flask of olive oil
and poured it on Saul’s head and kissed him, saying, ‘Has not the LORD anointed
you ruler over his inheritance? 2 When you leave me today, you will
meet two men near Rachel’s tomb, at Zelzah on the border of Benjamin. They will
say to you, ‘The donkeys you set out to look for have been found. And now your
father has stopped thinking about them and is worried about you. He is asking, ‘What
shall I do about my son?’

3 ‘Then you will go on from there until you reach the great
tree of Tabor. Three men going up to worship God at Bethel will meet you there.
One will be carrying three young goats, another three loaves of bread, and
another a skin of wine. 4 They will greet you and offer you two
loaves of bread, which you will accept from them.’

5 ‘After that you will go to Gibeah of God, where there
is a Philistine outpost. As you approach
the town, you will meet a procession of prophets coming down from the high
place with lyres, timbrels, pipes and harps being played before them, and they
will be prophesying. 6 The Spirit of the LORD will come powerfully
upon you, and you will prophesy with them; and you will be changed into a
different person. 7 Once these signs are fulfilled, do whatever your
hand finds to do, for God is with you.’

8 ‘Go down ahead of me to Gilgal. I will surely come
down to you to sacrifice burnt offerings and fellowship offerings, but you must
wait seven days until I come to you and tell you what you are to do.’

9 “As Saul
turned to leave Samuel, God changed Saul’s heart, and all these signs were
fulfilled that day. 10 When
he and his servant arrived at Gibeah, a procession of prophets met him; the
Spirit of God came powerfully upon him, and he joined in their prophesying. 11
When all those who had formerly known him saw him prophesying with the
prophets, they asked each other, “What is this that has happened to the son of
Kish? Is Saul also among the prophets?”

12 “A man who lived there answered, ‘And who is their
father?’ So it became a saying: ‘Is Saul also among the prophets?’

            Beloved, as we read
these verses, I see a powerful Old Testament version of the Baptism of the
Holy Spirit. Verse 6 tells us, “The Spirit of the LORD will come powerfully
upon you, and you will prophesy with them; and you will be changed into a
different person.”
So, we see a few things here worth re-evaluating:

  1. We see anointed musicians.
  2. We see prophets manifesting their gifts.
  3. We see Saul prophesying.
  4. We see Saul’s heart changed.


Taking a Closer Look at The Baptism of The Holy Spirit Part 3

“A Look at the Attack Against the Prophetic Sound”


Many churches across America are dead; there is
no Fire, no Presence of God, no anointing…nothing supernatural! People are bored
to death of the same songs, Sunday after Sunday; the same prepackaged sermons
with such display of history, Greek and Hebrew knowledge, but no anointing that
would break the yoke out of people’s lives. We have substituted God’s glory for
great buildings, fund raisers, networking and programs. The Pastors are not
listening to what the Lord is saying; they are focused on the vanity of their
own hearts. They want to be on the radio, they want to be on TV, they want to
sell books, and they want to expand their little buildings and their own
selfish and ungodly agendas. Everything becomes about them and they walk around
carrying their unchallenged and unconfirmed personal words in the name of “God
told me!”



“When Paul placed his hands on
them, the Holy Spirit came on them, and they spoke in tongues and prophesied.”
(Acts 19:6)


            Beloved, there is no
baptism in the Holy Spirit without the prophetic word; we have embraced the
speaking in tongues in some denominations, but these very same denominations have
turned their backs on the prophetic voice. It seems like the only one able to
speak on God’s behalf is the senior pastor and if you dare to challenge what he
is presenting to you; you stand as a rebellious person; little by little they
will find a way to discredit and silence you. These pastors usually surround
themselves with people that they can easily manipulate; therefore, every
selfish desire that crosses their hearts go unchallenged. Second Corinthians
13:1 tells us:

“This will be my third visit to
you. ‘Every matter must be established by the testimony of two or three


            This Bible verse
reminds us that everything that we say must be challenged in order to be
established as a God “thing.” Notice that this verse is not telling us that
every matter must be established by the agreement of two or three witnesses;
but by their testimony. It is easy for us to find people who agree with us. As
a matter of fact, the Bible tells us that in the last days, people will
surround themselves with people that will say exactly what they want to hear.
Challenges will not be allowed. We always look at this verse of 2 Timothy 4:3
from the point of view of the sheep, but I want you to look at it from the
point of view of pastors who are surrounding themselves only with people that
agree with them. But, thank God for Acts 19:6, because there we see that
whomever agrees with you must back up his decision with tangible testimonies
that can clearly point to the conclusion that the word was indeed, a God “thing.”

The Bible tells us in First Corinthians

1 Follow the way of
love and eagerly desire gifts of the Spirit, especially prophecy. 2
For anyone who speaks in a tongue does not speak to people but to
God. Indeed, no one understands them; they utter mysteries by the Spirit. 3
But the one who prophesies speaks to people for their strengthening, encouraging and comfort. 4 Anyone who
speaks in a tongue edifies themselves, but the one who prophesies edifies the
church. 5 I would like every one of you to speak in tongues, but I
would rather have you prophesy. The one who prophesies is greater than the one
who speaks in tongues, unless someone interprets, so that the church may be


            The prophetic voice
edifies the church by strengthening, encouraging and comforting the saints.
This is why the attack against the prophetic sound has been so, effective; by
quieting the prophetic voice in our churches, we have a lot of weak, discouraged
and hurt people. The Apostle Paul tells us: “I
would like every one of you to speak in tongues, but I would rather have you
Some people think, “we rather speak in tongues; no one understands anyway; and let’s just
quiet that prophesy.” All of this
is taking place because of the control issues of many of our leaders,
especially within the charismatic sector. Every word that comes out that is not
in line with the selfish desires of their hearts is automatically labored as
not from God and if you insist on speaking what the Lord is saying, soon you
will be labored as disrespectful, rebellious and someone who has not learned

The enemy has done a
remarkable job in quieting the prophet in the pulpit; but the attack does not
stop there.




Taking a Closer Look at The Baptism of The Holy Spirit Part 2

“A Look at the Attack Against the Prophetic Sound”

Some denominations place too, much emphasis in the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Yes,
speaking in tongues is, in part, evidence of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. However, speaking in tongues
becomes their focus! Let’s take a look at the book of Acts 19:1-6, because
it is here that they are falling terribly short.

Apollos was at Corinth, Paul took the road through the interior and arrived at
Ephesus. There he found some disciples and asked them, ‘Did you receive the
Holy Spirit whenyou believed?’

answered, ‘No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.’

Paul asked, ‘Then what baptism did you receive?’

baptism,’ they replied.

said, ‘John’s baptism was a baptism of repentance. He told the people to
believe in the one coming after him, that is, in Jesus.’ On hearing this, they
were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus. When Paul placed his hands on
them, the Holy Spirit came on them, and they spoke in tongues and


 We must point out that Paul is speaking with a group of believers here. These verses show us that we
can be a born again Christian without being baptized in the Holy Spirit. The
Baptism of Repentance comes from man (Paul said, “John’s baptism was a baptism of repentance). The Baptism of the
Holy Spirit comes from the Holy Spirit. One is natural and one is supernatural. The Born Again and the Baptism of the
Holy Spirit are two completely different experiences. This group of Christians,
like many groups today, was completely ignorant of the manifestation of the
Holy Spirit; this is without a doubt, a tragic reality! A half truth is nothing
but a lie. That is what I feel is happening with the teaching of the baptism
of the Holy Spirit; we have given people a lie!

Establishing as doctrine that the evidence of receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit is by
speaking in tongues, is a half truth, therefore it is also, a lie. The Bible tells
us in these verses that:

Paul placed his hands on them, the Holy Spirit came on them, and they spoke in
tongues and prophesied.”


Can you see it? It is not only about speaking in tongues; it is about the supernatural gift of
prophesying. The word prophesied here means: “speak forth,” “proclaim,” “announce.”

However, the office of the Prophet has been attacked from the very
beginning; why? Because, the Prophet is speaking God’s Word and deep inside, as
our ways are not God’s ways, we are resisting allowing God to be in control. No
other office challenges Men’s agendas’ and ideas’ more than the office of the
Prophet. I am willing to bet that many of the people that are discouraged and
hurt in the church are people with strong prophetic voices. When you have a
pastor with selfish agenda’s, the last person he wants to hang around with is a
Prophet that will read his mail and let him know not only of his stupidity, but
also of what the Lord has to say.


Taking a Closer Look at The Baptism of The Holy Spirit Part 1

“A Look at the Attack Against the Prophetic Sound”

            It amazes me how spiritually dry some church services
are. I am also equally amazed concerning how out-of-touch some of our leaders
are from the Holy Ghost’s Presence. It seems like their focus is completely strayed
of what is truly important. Their focus is on the size of their buildings, how
broke they really are and how they can manipulate people into giving more money
to keep their ministries alive.

have indeed, become business men and experts in fund raising activities and
networking. They are praying very little, they are worshipping very little; and
yet, they are out there doing a million things on their own strength. Many of
us can do great and mighty things on our own strength; even as those abilities
were giving by God. It does not take them supernatural manifestation or anointing
to get things done; they just exercise their God-given gifts.

last time I checked, Oprah Winfield and Donald Trump are not Christians; but there
is no doubt that these two individuals have achieved much in life. The people
that were building the Tower of Babel were doing so, without God’s approval or
strength. It took God himself to come down and stop their project. So, much of
what many ministries are achieving is not really by God Will; it is just their
own natural abilities in action.

this short, five part series, I want to take a closer look at the Baptism of
the Holy Spirit. I want to address the attack against the manifestation of the
Prophetic Gift and its detrimental results in the church.