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.
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A question that each Christian solider must consider.
Tom Hemingway reflects on what it means to be a good soldier.
OCF finds it appropriate to help senior officers meet the spiritual demands and opportunities of their important positions.
To be successful as a junior leader at your first unit, here are six core elements to consider.
The chain of command—everybody has one. Everybody knows where they are in that chain, and it honestly clarifies and simplifies your life as a military member.
The chaplaincy is an incredible opportunity to present and represent the claims of Christ, but it is not a calling for the faint hearted. Carrying forward spiritual battle in the midst of physical battle is an extreme challenge.