My 2015 experience in Kentucky brought me to the foot of the cross, saving my soul in a way words cannot explain.
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Contact: Chaplain Thomas Brooks, USA, Email:Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org , What: Come enjoy an hour of worship, prayer, and fellowship, Who: U.S. Army Cadet Command Cadre (Cadre only – includes GS employees), When: Starts June 16, Tuesdays @ 1930 to 2030 , O'Neill Chapel Fellowship Hall, this is a 7 week series on Living Gods Calling. Groups and Fellowships for Cadre: https://army.deps.mil/army/cmds/USACC-HQS/Chaplain/SitePages/Home.aspx and on the closed group Facebook Page “USACC Chaplain Corner”.
Local Leader: LTC & Mrs. Robert W. Deckard, USA (Ret) Email: email@example.com Day & Time: Sun 1630 Religious Education Center, Bldg 4768 (225 S. 8th Armored Division Dr)
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.
It’s not unusual to hear people ask, “What is OCF?” or “What does OCF do?” They may wonder if OCF is a club of officers like-minded in their Christian faith, or just the local Bible study fellowship they attend.
After chapel service Bible studies at the annual Army ROTC Cadet Summer Training take place on both Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Don't miss out on these studies which start 26 May and run through 14 August.
After chapel service Bible studies at the annual Army ROTC Cadet Summer Training take place on both Wednesday and Sunday evenings. Don't miss out on these studies which start 26 May and run through 14 August.