Go back in time as we explore the places and events, through the lens of Scripture, shaping the most dramatic event in the history of the world-the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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Christian officer, leader—how important is prayer to you? As Christians serving in the military, do we recognize what and for whom we should be praying for in our leadership roles? Godly officers and leaders pray.
Transformational leaders help people understand the purpose, objectives and values of an organization by articulating a clear and appealing vision. From both a practical and biblical perspective, transformational leadership inspires, develops and empowers followers; it also hones our leadership skills so we become better leaders.
With each passing mile behind the Waring family, a pathway toward future ministry was being paved by connecting with and hearing the hearts of airmen and chaplains.
Who will you meet today in an unexpected encounter, whether in a combat area, passageway, flight line, or on drills and maneuvers? And what will you say—and hear? In your command, how will you show Christ in your servant leadership?
We all love success. It feels good—certainly better than failure. But success can easily become a stumbling block if not handled humbly and wisely.
Where were you in 2003? Most of us remember the United States' invasion of Iraq. The media covered our military's every move and with those reports came images none of us will forget.
Prison visits are powerful ministry opportunities for OCF small group fellowships.
How to avoid these 7 pitfalls that trip up small group discussions.
Your duties as a soldier are consistent with the highest Christian values.
The key to serving others is to have a humble heart.
As a lay-indigenous ministry being conducted by lay military Christians inside the military society, OCF members and chaplains can be great coworkers in kingdom-building within our Armed Forces.
OCF finds it appropriate to help senior officers meet the spiritual demands and opportunities of their important positions.
Whether the most junior leader or a four-star flag officer, leaders come to their assignments with choices to be made in opportunities to serve.
Study Notes and Questions for Acts 1
Study Notes and Questions for Acts 4
Christ expects us to be salt and light in the military commands to which He has assigned us.
Jesus is Lord! These three words can mark what you should, can, and will be in your life.
Study Notes and Questions for Acts 3
"Follow me!" sounds like an adventure--the full life that Jesus brings!