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When PCSing, build a RAFT for teens

When PCSing, the most common strategies teens use with one another involve simple avoidance, picking a fight to create distance so it’s easier to leave, disconnecting through moodiness or hyperactivity, or adopting the “It’s all cool” act. This is why we need to build a RAFT.

White Sulphur Springs – Winter Retreat 1

The Christmas season is special anywhere, but we take great joy in hosting guests during Christmas and New Year’s at White Sulphur Springs. The stunning mountains covered with snow, the tables laden with warm food, the hotels decorated in the spirit of the holiday season, and the meaningful connections made between families and friends make Winter Retreats unlike any other season throughout the year.

Being a Leader That God Can Use

To be a leader God can use, three things must happen: We must have faith in something that is worthy of our faith; we must know who we are in Christ; and we must be prepared to fight the good fight, as we engage in spiritual warfare.

Annapolis

Contact : LT Will and Mrs. Sarah Parker , USN Email: william.parker.usna2016@gmail.com Phone: (720) 341-6672 Happy to help you get connected and plugged in to the Annapolis area! Feel free to reach out for anything. OCF contacts are available to provide local information.  

Spring Canyon – Climb Together #3

Sometimes we need dedicated time-away, in a refreshing, Christ-centered environment to reconnect with our kids. Spring Canyon’s Climb Together is a 3-day wilderness experience, complete with outdoor activities, campfires, spectacular mountain vistas and events tailored to meet the needs of busy families who yearn to “Reconnect in the Rockies.”

Spring Canyon – Climb Together #2

Sometimes we need dedicated time-away, in a refreshing, Christ-centered environment to reconnect with our kids. Spring Canyon’s Climb Together is a 3-day wilderness experience, complete with outdoor activities, campfires, spectacular mountain vistas and events tailored to meet the needs of busy families who yearn to “Reconnect in the Rockies.”

Living the military life together

Small group Bible studies have been part of the DNA of OCF since the ministry began in 1943. Within these small groups, there is spiritual growth, an increased understanding of what it means to be a Christian, and a resilience developed for all of life—especially life within the military.

Doing Ministry in a Box

Hollywood squares. Brady Bunch. Tic-tac-toe. Whatever you call it, OCF largely is doing fellowship in a virtual box so far in 2020 because of COVID-19. This digital frontier has not been without its share of challenges and disappointments, but amid the uncertainty, there are stories of opportunities found and unexpected blessings received from among the membership.

Leadership lessons for young warriors | Episode 027

Today's guest is LTC Todd Plotner, USA (Ret.), who wrote an article titled “Four Lessons In Leadership for Young Warriors” back in 2013. We'll take a deeper dive into the points he made in that article.
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Love Languages for Military Couples | Episode 016

What comes to mind when you hear “Acts of Service?” How about “Words of Affirmation” or “Quality Time?” You might recognize them as 3 of the 5 love languages from the popular book first written by Dr. Gary Chapman back in 1995. In this episode, OCF managing editor Karen Fliedner chats with Jocelyn Green about Finding Your Love Language…at the intersection of faith, family, and profession.
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Calling all Daniels: Stand firm in the faith

What does that look like today? How are you courageously standing firm personally and in your family? Are you modeling an integrated life of faith, family, and profession to your family, those around you personally, and in the workplace?

Philadelphia

Contact: Justin Sherman, Email: sherm.j7@gmail.com, Phone: 614-619-0256 (text/iMessage/call/WhatsApp), Contact me to get connected with area Christians (individuals and families) Monthly virtual gatherings and occasional socially-distanced meet-ups in outdoor spaces/parks, OCF contacts are available to provide local information.

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.
 
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