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John Demko

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John Hoyman

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John Hoyman

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Acts Chapter 4

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Acts Chapter 4

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 4

Central to Spirituality

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Do you try to separate your faith from your finances, or are they central to your spirituality?

Fellowship in love, faith, encouragement

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Fellowship in love, faith, encouragement

If you want the best example of fellowship, we have to look no further than God, who is the author and definer of fellowship.

Time, Talent, Treasure: Retirees

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For Christians serving in our nation’s Armed Forces, even when their active duty days meld into retirement, God’s call to serve Him remains evergreen, for in age’s autumn years “…they will stay fresh and green” (Psalm 92:14), still bearing fruit. 

Demonstrating Christlikeness

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Demonstrating Christlikeness

The Body of Christ must embody godly attributes in order to reflect Christlikeness (2 Corinthians 3:18) to the watching, waiting world.

Unity of Command

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Do the military principles of war apply to Christian living?

For All Leaders

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For All Leaders

It is a joy and privilege to influence other lives through your leadership.

20. Big-Picture Perspective

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20. Big-Picture Perspective

Jesus said He “did not come to destroy lives but to save them.” If one’s tendency is to write people off when there is disagreement, might this have the same effect as “commanding fire” or wishing another dead, spiritually dead that is. The gospel message is for all people and the servant leader does not withhold the message at the first sign of personal rejection.

A day in the life of OCF

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For seven decades the living waters of Jesus Christ have flowed forth, from the heart of the ministry of Officers’ Christian Fellowship—innumerable men and women making a kingdom difference by living, loving and working with others throughout the military society. 

Jesus shows us 3 keys to fulfilling a godly responsibility

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Jesus shows us 3 keys to fulfilling a godly responsibility

Christian officer, leader—how important is prayer to you? As Christians serving in the military, do we recognize what and for whom we should be praying for in our leadership roles? Godly officers and leaders pray.

What is Stewardship?

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What is Stewardship?

In Part 1, we ask: What do you think of when you hear someone mention stewardship? Money, talents, or ownership? For many, money is the first thing on their minds and that often leads to uncomfortable feelings.

SuperheroR17;s Faith

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"Follow me!" sounds like an adventure--the full life that Jesus brings!

Loving God

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51. Col Darren Duke: Examining a life transformed

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51. Col Darren Duke: Examining a life transformed

Col Darren Duke, USMC, talks about personal transformation and what a life transformed by God might look like for believers serving in the military.

Follow Me

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The key to serving others is to have a humble heart.

Allow God to use you in the humble tasks

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Allow God to use you in the humble tasks

I long to do great and noble things, but God reminds me it’s in the humble things that He can be extraordinary through me. Ultimately, I desire to be like Helen Keller: to do humble tasks as though they were great and noble.

Acts Chapter 3

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Acts Chapter 3

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 3

Acts Chapter 8

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Acts Chapter 8

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 8

Acts Chapter 12

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Acts Chapter 12

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 12

The Theological Implications of Addiction | Episode 23

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The Theological Implications of Addiction | Episode 23

What does scripture say about addiction? Can a Christian have an addiction? What does a biblical approach to recovery look like? Isn't Jesus enough? Our guest is Dr. John Thorington—a licensed professional counselor and is also certified as a Sexual Recovery Therapist by the American Association of Sex Addiction Therapy.

Is God calling you to lead a small group?

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Is God calling you to lead a small group?

We reached out to two OCF small group leaders, LTC Tom Matelski, USA, and Lt Col Jim Wamhoff, USAF, and asked them to share their insights on starting and effectively leading a small group.

Leadership Moments: Are You Leading?

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by Colonel Larry and Bobbie Simpson, USAF (Ret.) “Then Jesus said to him, ‘Put your sword back into its place; for all those who take up the sword shall perish by the sword’ ” (Matthew 26:52). Jesus wielded His influence, not his power, to accomplish the prophecies concerning Him. Man’s natural inclination is to think: He who carries the biggest stick wins. Instead of condoning Peter’s protective gesture, Jesus healed the servant’s injury and told Peter to put away his weapon (John 18:10-11). Jesus could have responded to the arresting entourage with a show of His mighty power or through a…

Making the ‘no greater love’ sacrifice

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The Four Chaplains, also referred to as the "Immortal Chaplains" or the "Dorchester Chaplains," were four United States Army chaplains who gave their lives to save other civilian and military personnel as the troop ship USAT Dorchester sank on February 3, 1943, during World War II. They helped other soldiers board lifeboats and gave up their own life jackets when the supply ran out.

Satisfaction

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The leader's satisfaction comes in doing what he is called to do.

Six Generations: 1

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What can happen when men and women commit to be and make disciples for Christ.

The Line Officer and the Chaplain

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The Line Officer and the Chaplain

Christ expects us to be salt and light in the military commands to which He has assigned us.

Time, Talent, Treasure: Warrior Forge

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Time, Talent, Treasure: Warrior Forge

Before Army ROTC cadets can be commissioned as second lieutenants, they must successfully complete what is now known as the Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC), a training event developing their leadership skills while evaluating their officer potential. Once held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington, LDAC —Warrior Forge—now takes place at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Why We Serve

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Why We Serve

Why do you serve in our military? Why are you an officer, an Airmen, a Soldier, a Marine, a Sailor, or a Coastguardsman?

Winter Sports Retreat II

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Nehemiah was a “transformational leader” who was able to inspire God’s people to accomplish more than they ever dreamed possible. But Nehemiah’s ultimate goal was not the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls; it was the renewing of God’s people. As we explore the book of Nehemiah this week, we’ll discover some of the crucial ways God builds up and renews His people, and how He uses godly leaders in the process.

Five Christ-like ways to serve those you lead

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Five Christ-like ways to serve those you lead

Whether the most junior leader or a four-star flag officer, leaders come to their assignments with choices to be made in opportunities to serve.

2019 Eastern OCF Leaders Conference

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2019 Eastern OCF Leaders Conference

White Sulphur Springs is hosting a conference for OCF leaders east of the Mississippi 25-27 January 2019. If you are a Bible Study leader or host, OCF Associate Staff, military partner in ministry in the NCR, this weekend is for you.

14. Satisfaction

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14. Satisfaction

Jesus was so committed to His service that, metaphorically, it served as His physical nourishment. What about you? Does your stalwart service satisfy you as nourishment?

A Place to Grow and Serve

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I'd heard stories that military chaplains were "liberal," and that "real" Christians shouldn't attend chapel.

And the Verdict Is?

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How would a jury of your peers judge your Christian walk?

Celebrating the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ

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Celebrating the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ

Go back in time as we explore the places and events, through the lens of Scripture, shaping the most dramatic event in the history of the world-the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Child Evangelism

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Practical ways to share your faith with your children.

Communicating hope beyond suffering

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Communicating hope beyond suffering

Authentic leadership deals with life's real issues of pain, trauma and suffering while pointing beyond to a life in Christ. As Paul reminds us, our present trials are but a means to an end; particularly for the Christian leader, hope is the final reality of life.

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