Join USAFA OCF field staff reps Steve and Rita Wade as they host an Open House and Dessert for the Class of 2021 at their house. This is a great time for new cadets (and their parents) to meet other Christians in their class before Basic Cadet Training (BCT) starts.
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United States Air Force Academy Officers' Christian Fellowship (OCF) will host an Open House and Dessert for the Class of 2022. This is a great time for new cadets (and their parents) to meet other Christians in their class before Basic Cadet Training (BCT) starts. Additionally, several of our upper class OCF cadets and our officer/civilian leaders on the OCF ministry team will be present to answer cadet and parent questions. This time is always very beneficial to all who attend!
Join us right after the USAFA football game against Stony Brook! We will have pulled pork sandwiches, salad, and lots of desserts. It is a great time to meet the USAFA ministry team, other cadets and parents who are involved in the OCF ministry here at USAFA.
USAFA OCF’s open house for the Class of 2023 is a great time of fellowship and dessert. New cadets—and their parents—will have the opportunity to meet other Christians in their class, as well as USAFA OCF leadership, before Basic Cadet Training (BCT) starts.
The OCF Fellowship House will have an ice cream bar and chance to reconnect with fellow cadets after the summer. Families of plebes visiting for Acceptance Day are also welcome.
Men and women of authority, education, and influence are particularly susceptible. Their gifting, potentially so helpful in service and leadership, spills over to coat the heart with ill-placed personal pride and assurance.
Being an effective leader is as much about having the right heart as following proven leadership practices.
Surely, as Christian leaders, our desire is to show compassion with an undivided heart—one that rightly discerns truth with reverence for the Lord.
Do you allow the "spiritual self" or the "old nature" to dictate your decisions?