A variety of resources to help you lead a small group, fellowship, or Bible study.
Effective Local Fellowships: A fellowship is effective when the leader understands and conducts the ministry in accordance with the OCF Purpose.
Online Bible Study: Using the Web to Stay Connected
Small Group Detours: A key to a healthy and happy small group is having free and open discussion with everyone participating equally. And nothing bogs down a great discussion like a know-it-all or an over-the-top needy person. People rarely intentionally derail group discussions, but there are five personalities frequently found in small groups that can ruin group interaction unless the leader can handle them smoothly.
Starting an OCF Small Group Fellowship: So you are thinking about starting an OCF group. Good for you!
Starting an ROTC OCF Fellowship: Starting a fellowship isn't difficult. The following guidelines can help you think through the process.
Step by Step Guide: Starting an OCF Fellowship
First Bible Study: A scripted Bible study on the book of Nehemiah
Daily Devotionals: A set of devotionals and questions for personal or small-group use.
Bible Studies: Downloadable studies on a variety of subjects
Book for Discussion
Thriving Not Just Surviving
Deployment Perspectives for Today's Military Families
Dozens of families who have thrived through deployments share their experiences in this positive new book from OCF.
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Studies to Purchase
Leading with Love
If you lead or teach people--whether as a Sunday school teacher, youth worker, women's or men's ministry leader, Bible study leader, administrator, music director, elder, deacon, pastor, missionary, or evangelist--this book will help you become a more loving leader or teacher.
On the Frontline: A Personal Guidebook for the Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Challenges of Military Life
Infinite Impact: Making the Most of Your Place on God's Timeline