Surrounded by the vibrant colors of fall and breathtaking mountain views, our annual OCF Aspentime Retreat is a sure to be a memorable weekend vacation filled with fellowship for you and your family.
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Jesus came into the world to destroy Satan’s work and to set captives free. One important characteristic of Kingdom ministry is the process of teaching believers to be aware of the enemy’s tactics the provisions Christ has made for us. This seminar will look at spiritual warfare and what Christian’s need to do prepare their hearts and minds.
Nehemiah was a “transformational leader” who was able to inspire God’s people to accomplish more than they ever dreamed possible. But Nehemiah’s ultimate goal was not the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls; it was the renewing of God’s people. As we explore the book of Nehemiah this week, we’ll discover some of the crucial ways God builds up and renews His people, and how He uses godly leaders in the process.
Can't make it for a full week of Summer R&R? No problem! Join us for the End of Summer Retreat Weekend. Dr. Bill Brown, director of the Colson Fellows Program and former president of Cedarville University, is our guest speaker.
Join us for a Cadet Retreat at Spring Canyon Conference Center. Theme for the weekend is: Kingdom Thinking, Kingdom Living.
Come and experience for yourself why so many have made a White Sulphur Springs Winter Retreat part of their family’s holiday tradition.
Learn the nuts and bolts of integrating faith and the military profession from military officers.
Using Jesus’ example of an integrated life, we will delve into some of OCF’s new Integrated Faith Project domains with the intent to better “lead like Jesus.”
The biblical Christmas story is well-known and oft-repeated, but how often do we consider its context, its prophetic roots, and its impact on our lives apart from the holiday season?
Col Mike Moyles, USAF (Ret.) will speak at a mix of morning/evening sessions, along with with seminars, time with fellow military Christians, games and active rest. Outdoor activities include broomball, Frisbee golf, hiking and a shooting range.