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Practice out-loving and out-giving

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Outwit, Outplay and Outlast? My wish for you this Christmas season is instead that you “Out Love and Out Give."

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.

Living out faith while in service to country | Episode 31

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Living out faith while in service to country | Episode 31

Major Will MacKenzie and Major Derek Brown, USA, discuss several topics during their conversation with LTC Colin Wooten, USA.—friendship, being a Christian in the military and killing an enemy combatant, serving in the military as Christians, and what it means to actively live out your faith and integrate your faith in all areas of life.

Six Generations: 2

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Leading Bible studies in the barracks.

Six Generations: 1

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

Becoming a Christ-like military leader first starts with thinking of others

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Becoming a Christ-like military leader first starts with thinking of others

By surrendering their spring break of relaxation to instead labor for the impoverished, the mission field experiences help cadets and midshipmen hone skills of selflessness and sacrifice that are essential to becoming effective Christ-like military leaders.

Soldiers of Faith: Washington

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George Washington was a great commander because he acted upon his personal moral convictions.

Time, Talent, Treasure: Academies

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Exceptionally demanding—that is the four-year journey through one of our nation’s military service academies, deliberately designed as such to forge finely tuned military leaders from out of the fires of continual challenge. Cadets and midshipmen juggle jam-packed schedules that stretch them beyond the max physically, emotionally, mentally.  And spiritually. 

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