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55. MIDN Isaiah Walker: Finding community can be challenging

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55. MIDN Isaiah Walker: Finding community can be challenging

Today, you’re going to hear the story of Midshipman Isaiah Walker, he’s a senior in the ROTC program at Ole Miss who has struggled with isolation and the challenges of integrating faith and profession.

Be a Leader God Can Use | Episode 009

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Be a Leader God Can Use | Episode 009

In this episode, we chat with 1LT Ryan Menicucci, USA, about what it takes to be a leader that God can use. The context for the conversation comes from a weekend ROTC retreat at OCF's White Sulphur Springs Conference Center in 2017. 1LT Menicucci recalls three important lessons learned that weekend: We must have faith in something that is worthy of our faith; we must know who we are in Christ; and we must be prepared to fight the good fight, as we engage in spiritual warfare.

Godly men who changed the course of history | Episode 019

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Godly men who changed the course of history | Episode 019

Recently, Crosspoint hit the road to interview COL Doug Mastriano, USA (Ret.), for a two-part episode. In part 1, COL Mastriano and his son, Josiah, talk about “Men God Used to change the Course of History” during World War I.

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.

The Theological Implications of Addiction | Episode 23

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The Theological Implications of Addiction | Episode 23

What does scripture say about addiction? Can a Christian have an addiction? What does a biblical approach to recovery look like? Isn't Jesus enough? Our guest is Dr. John Thorington—a licensed professional counselor and is also certified as a Sexual Recovery Therapist by the American Association of Sex Addiction Therapy.

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The Ultimate Freedom of an Uncaged Eagle

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The Ultimate Freedom of an Uncaged Eagle

Victory over adversity. It's something Dick Toliver knows well, this great-grandson of a slave, who grew up in dark days of the pre-civil-rights-era South. Despite the shackles of poverty, racism, injustice, he fought to become a highly decorated and accomplished Air Force pilot.

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.

Leadership lessons for young warriors | Episode 027

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Leadership lessons for young warriors | Episode 027

Today's guest is LTC Todd Plotner, USA (Ret.), who wrote an article titled “Four Lessons In Leadership for Young Warriors” back in 2013. We'll take a deeper dive into the points he made in that article.

Love Languages for Military Couples | Episode 016

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Love Languages for Military Couples | Episode 016

What comes to mind when you hear “Acts of Service?” How about “Words of Affirmation” or “Quality Time?” You might recognize them as 3 of the 5 love languages from the popular book first written by Dr. Gary Chapman back in 1995. In this episode, OCF managing editor Karen Fliedner chats with Jocelyn Green about Finding Your Love Language…at the intersection of faith, family, and profession.

Northeast Academy/ROTC Retreat

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Northeast Academy/ROTC Retreat

How do cadets, midshipmen, or officer candidates learn to integrate both faith and profession in their upcoming military career? You will be equipped, encouraged, and united with others who share a similar calling from Christ to serve Him as an officer and as His ambassador in uniform.

47. Kristin Goodrich: Building community in the military sisterhood

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47. Kristin Goodrich: Building community in the military sisterhood

What do you think of when I say, “Military Sisterhood”? That was the question Kristin Goodrich posed to about 50 women at the beginning of a weekend retreat last March at OCF's White Sulphur Springs Conference Center. One West Point cadet’s response stood out amid the varied responses, "Sisterhood? What sisterhood?" We'll answer those questions and more.

A conversation with Chris Plekenpol | Episode 38

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A conversation with Chris Plekenpol | Episode 38

In this episode, Crosspoint host Josh Jackson chats with pastor and author Chris Plekenpol, who recounts an incident with a suicide bomber in Iraq and also talks about God's word, God's spirit, God's people... finding God's will.

Basic Training for the Family | Episode 37

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Basic Training for the Family | Episode 37

In this episode, pastor and author Dr. Gary Phillips discusses a topic he has titled “Basic Training for the Family: Biblical Principles for Navigating Cultural Minefields.” 

The Great Commission as a warrior’s discipline | Episode 36

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The Great Commission as a warrior’s discipline | Episode 36

Whether you’re in the group who has never heard of the Great Commission, or if you know the Great Commission backwards and forwards—while reading it in Greek—stick with us today as our guest, CH LTC Dan Holcomb, USA (Ret.), talks about how the Great Commission relates to what he calls “Disciplines of a Warrior.”

4 Tactics for tackling deployments | Episode 025

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4 Tactics for tackling deployments | Episode 025

In this episode of Crosspoint, we talk with Planting Roots Director Kori Yates about deployment and tactics for dealing with this season of life when your spouse is deployed.

The soldier, the athlete, & the farmer | Episode 017

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The soldier, the athlete, & the farmer | Episode 017

Col Waring unpacks each one of these three characters—the soldier, the athlete, and the farmer—and tells us what we can learn from them and apply to our lives. 

Transition coping strategies for military kids | Episode 015

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Transition coping strategies for military kids | Episode 015

This episode focuses on coping with transition, not just from the perspective of military families, but specifically, from the perspective of military kids, or third-culture kids. Our guest for this episode is Dr. Dave Sanders—a Christian Ministries Professor at Judson University.

The Importance of a Support System for the Military Life | Episode 013

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The Importance of a Support System for the Military Life | Episode 013

When the pressures of the military life and life in general seem overwhelming, who's your support system? Do you have a person or group that, like you, is running this most difficult of races, that you can rely on, and who in turn can depend on you when times get tough?

10 Leadership Lessons to Live By | Episode 012

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10 Leadership Lessons to Live By | Episode 012

The story of Army Master Sergeant William Crawford, a Medal of Honor recipient whose job as squadron janitor at the Air Force Academy, inspired Col James Moschgat to pen 10 lessons in leadership.

How to ask the right questions | Episode 011

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How to ask the right questions | Episode 011

In this episode, we focus on how to ask the right types of questions for your next Bible study, class, or seminar by sharing a pitfall question to avoid, and then offering a solution to help ask the right type of question.

Growing your affections for Christ | Episode 007

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Growing your affections for Christ | Episode 007

LTC Tom Schmidt, USA (Ret.), chats with CH(MAJ) Mark Winton, USA, on the topic of “affections for Christ.” Our affections are typically rooted in our answer to this question: “What are our heart longings for?” As CH Winton suggests, our answer ultimately shows what drives our hearts and where our affections lie.

Thriving in the Unbalance | Episode 005

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Thriving in the Unbalance | Episode 005

When it comes to the various parts of your life—family, military profession, friends, relationships with others, and your relationship with God—should you be striving to find a balance among all those things? Or should you learn to thrive in the unbalance?

Understanding Religious Rights | Episode 004

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Understanding Religious Rights | Episode 004

What are your rights as an American in uniform? Is it permissible for a chaplain to pray in Jesus’s name? Can you have a prayer breakfast on a military installation? What about sharing my faith—can I do that?

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