CH(LTC) Donald Carrothers, USA
Education: N. Arizona University, BS in Education, 1981; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.Div., 1986
Present Assignment: United States Corps of Cadets Chaplain, West Point, NYMinistry Involvement:
OCF member since 2010; active in cadet chapel at USMA; Spring Canyon retreat attendee (Leavenworth week); active in West Point extracurricular clubs
Though my father was on active duty with the Air Force my entire childhood through college, we attended local churches wherever we lived. I was 14, attending a revival service, and felt the conviction of the Holy Spirit about my sin and my hopelessness to change my spiritual condition. I prayed and received Christ into my heart.
What do you see as the biggest opportunity for OCF?
OCF’s calling to engage the military community through Christ-like leadership is as critical today as it ever has been. OCF’s biggest opportunity is the ability to engage the military community, including leaders and their families, through authentic relationships through small group Bible study.
Nominated By: MAJ Benjamin Jordan, USA (Ret.); LTC Theodore Kaiser, USA; LTC Colin Wooten, USA (Ret.)