COMMAND strives to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ in the U.S. Armed Forces by informing readers about His work through people and events related to Officers’ Christian Fellowship, teaching them how to integrate Christian faith into family, professional and community life, and encouraging and inspiring them to minister effectively in the military society.
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Recent articles from Command
‘Well, who’s looking in on you, chap?’
If left unchecked, compassion fatigue can lead to discouragement, depression, and a lack of pastoral identity among our chaplains.
We’re not in it to win it; Christ already won the victory
God calls us His “ambassadors for Christ” and that God is appealing to a broken world through us to come back into relationship with Him.
Living Together in Biblical Community
OCF has so much to offer one another, the military community, and our world wherever He has providentially placed us to live, work and serve.
To those serving and those who have served: stand firm, stand strong
No matter your age or location, stand up, stand firm, shoulder to shoulder with your brothers and sisters, and say, “Here am I, send me!”
Living the military life together
Small group Bible studies have been part of the DNA of OCF since the ministry began in 1943. Within these small groups, there is spiritual growth, an increased understanding of what it means to be a Christian, and a resilience developed for all of life—especially life within the military.
Identity and Unity in Christ
Who are you? Seems like a simple question, but our answer provides important insight into how we view ourselves at our core and what we believe to be our true identity.