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Celebrating the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ

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Celebrating the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ

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.

Jesus shows us 3 keys to fulfilling a godly responsibility

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Jesus shows us 3 keys to fulfilling a godly responsibility

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.

Six ways to follow Jesus’ example and become a transformational leader

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Six ways to follow Jesus’ example and become a transformational leader

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.

A 16,000-mile ‘HousHold Adventure’

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A 16,000-mile ‘HousHold Adventure’

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.

How ya doing? Do you really care?

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How ya doing? Do you really care?

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?

How do you handle success?

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How do you handle success?

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.

Finishing Strong, in Iraq and Life

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Finishing Strong, in Iraq and Life

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.

Visiting Those in Prison

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Prison visits are powerful ministry opportunities for OCF small group fellowships.

Soldier and Christian

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Soldier and Christian

Your duties as a soldier are consistent with the highest Christian values.

Follow Me

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The key to serving others is to have a humble heart.

Support Your Chaplain

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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.

Five Christ-like ways to serve those you lead

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Five Christ-like ways to serve those you lead

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.

Acts Chapter 1

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Acts Chapter 1

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 1

Acts Chapter 4

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Acts Chapter 4

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 4

The Line Officer and the Chaplain

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The Line Officer and the Chaplain

Christ expects us to be salt and light in the military commands to which He has assigned us.

Three Words

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Three Words

Jesus is Lord! These three words can mark what you should, can, and will be in your life.

Acts Chapter 3

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Acts Chapter 3

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 3

Superhero’s Faith

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"Follow me!" sounds like an adventure--the full life that Jesus brings!

About

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About

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.

A Good Soldier

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Tom Hemingway reflects on what it means to be a good soldier.

Following a certain God in an uncertain world

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Following a certain God in an uncertain world

As our culture continues drifting further into a post-Christian neo-pagan worldview, Christ-followers may be tempted to spiritual panic attacks. Especially for those of us striving to integrate faith and biblical worldview into our military profession, how can we remain faithful to our call when policies and programs appear to oppose higher principles and priorities?

What’s Your Altitude

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Did you know that your altitude determines your attitude? Jesus, the highest being there ever was and ever will be, voluntarily lowered Himself.

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.

14. Satisfaction

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14. Satisfaction

Jesus was so committed to His service that, metaphorically, it served as His physical nourishment. What about you? Does your stalwart service satisfy you as nourishment?

Child Evangelism

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Practical ways to share your faith with your children.

Lead Your Child to Christ

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Practical encouragement and tips in leading your child to Christ.

Unity of Command

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Do the military principles of war apply to Christian living?

Acts Chapter 10

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Acts Chapter 10

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 10

24. Are You Leading?

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24. Are You Leading?

Faith and leadership are more appropriately modeled through keeping sight of how to achieve God’s purposes in and out of the workplace through godly influence, using softer tones, quieter approaches and direct resolve to see the mission through. Simply acting or reacting is not necessarily an effective leadership quality.

43. Seeing The Other Side

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43. Seeing The Other Side

Consider that our leadership role is not always one of preventing another from his determined path. In some cases, the correction or consequence that follows will have the greater impact on a person’s decision to walk with integrity.

Cross Road

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A series of stark white crosses on the side of the road served as a wake-up call.

Do you have a PCS sponsor—to heaven?

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Do you have a PCS sponsor—to heaven?

We never think it will happen to us, but the reality is that each of us will someday receive our final PCS orders to stand before the Lord. Do you have a spiritual sponsor for that coming day?

Following the Centurion

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Following the Centurion

In the occasional doubts we must all feel as Christians in an occupation of arms, the New Testament centurions are worthy role models.

God’s restoration for the wounded soldier, healing warrior

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God’s restoration for the wounded soldier, healing warrior

Since warfare in and of itself is ultimately the warfare of our soul and spirit, we have the choice of allowing our healing to proceed through our spiritual maturation instead of succumbing to substance abuse to mask problems. Ultimately our ability to be healed, or at least cope with our issues, is based upon spiritual healing.

Satisfaction

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The leader's satisfaction comes in doing what he is called to do.

Acts Chapter 9

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Acts Chapter 9

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 9

23. What Say Ye?

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23. What Say Ye?

Are you discerning God’s voice when you find yourself speaking to many, a few, or one on one? Just as Jesus spent much time in prayer and solitude with God, the basis of our responses may be proportional to the time we spend with God in study of the Scriptures.

How do others see you?

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How do others see you?

How do others see you fulfilling your dual commissions? Do they see a leader who cares for them with the heart of Jesus, who is humble, grace-filled and selfless, and who ultimately serves the One and only Lord? As you serve your nation and serve your Lord, you will have ample opportunities to shine the Light of Christ through your love and service to others.

Time, Talent, Treasure: Retirees

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For Christians serving in our nation’s Armed Forces, even when their active duty days meld into retirement, God’s call to serve Him remains evergreen, for in age’s autumn years “…they will stay fresh and green” (Psalm 92:14), still bearing fruit. 

From Fort Knox to the foot of the Cross

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From Fort Knox to the foot of the Cross

My 2015 experience in Kentucky brought me to the foot of the cross, saving my soul in a way words cannot explain.

Being a Leader That God Can Use

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Being a Leader That God Can Use

To be a leader God can use, three things must happen: 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.

Go … Going’ly

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Go … Going’ly

Transitions are certainly a challenge, yet also filled with the potential to renew, refresh, and revitalize. Let’s do our part as leaders for the latter three.

Acts Chapter 2

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Acts Chapter 2

Study Notes and Questions for Acts 2

Your purpose? Proclaim the Gospel everywhere

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Your purpose? Proclaim the Gospel everywhere

You and I are in the lineage of Cornelius because of our union with Christ. Proclaim the gospel as a testimony to the military community (all nations).

26. Loyalty

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26. Loyalty

Jesus paid the price of his commitment to us on the cross. Are we willing to pay the price of loyalty to Him? More aptly, why am I willing to pay the price of constancy to Christ?

27. What Do You Want From Me?

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27. What Do You Want From Me?

What does Jesus want from you? That your faith not fail, that you keep turning to Him, and finally, that you lead by encouraging and strengthening others who face similar circumstances. Be encouraged, Jesus stands by you.

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