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Have you ever been invited to do something only to wonder…why did I agree to that? My guest today went through something like that, and ultimately, it might have saved her life and the lives of her children.
we will be hosting two Zoom meetings--one for the Class of 2024 and their families, and one for the Class of 2024 only. We will have USNA professors and staff, parents of current midshipmen, and several OCF midshipmen on the calls to answer any questions you may have.
Enjoy fellowship now with cadets and midshipmen you may one day serve with in the future as military officers. These weeks are geared toward helping the OCF conference centers' ministry AND enjoying outdoor adventures.
As we seek a warrior's ethic for today we can reasonably look back 3000 years to another man of arms—arguably the greatest soldier ever to serve the nation of Israel, David, youngest son of Jesse. The ethic of David may be seen as consisting of two general orders: Do the Right Thing and Trust in God.
We all have to serve or work for someone at some time in our lives.
By what do we choose to be mastered? Men and women who have committed to serve in the military might easily, if jokingly, identify the military as their master. Do Christian military personnel see this in a different light?
As Christ followers one of the questions we must consider is “Do we find it hard to show mercy?” In striving to live out one’s faith in one’s profession, Christian leaders must rightly handle this issue.
Here to discuss OCF's 75 years are a special round-table panel of guests: Brigadier General David Warner, USAF (Ret.), Lieutenant Colonel Kate Toms, USAF, Lieutenant Colonel Colin Wooten, USA (Ret.), and Captain Dan Abney, USMC.
Outwit, Outplay and Outlast? My wish for you this Christmas season is instead that you “Out Love and Out Give."