Chaplain (COL) Bob Phillips (Ret) is a 26 year active duty veteran of the US Army. After retiring from the Army he served seven years as the Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets at the Virginia Military Institute. He and his wife Tracy have been married 36 years, they have five children and seven grandchildren. In June of last year Bob and Tracy became full-time RVers. Since then they have been traversing the nation, seeing new things and visiting old friends. Bob also serves on the OCF Council.
Guest Ambassadors: Col. Chet and Michelle Arnold, USMC (Ret.)
Concurrent Programs Available: Rocky Mountain High (July 6-13), Father Teen Adventure (Father-Son) (July 6-13)
Designed for ROTC and Academy cadets and midshipmen, RMH is open to all college students and recent grads who desire to grow in their Christian faith and learn more about leadership. Young future leaders are challenged mentally, physically, and spiritually during a week-long adventure in the American West and inspired to live out their faith in their chosen professions.
Cultivating good family life in our fast-paced, “plugged-in” culture is not always an easy task. Constant busyness and messaging from outside influences can easily sidetrack us from deep relationships, both in our walk as Christians and in our relationships with our family. Sometimes we need to unplug from our daily routine and spend some time in a different environment to deepen relationships between dads and teenagers and to help facilitate the important transition from teenager to grown men and women. Father Teen Adventure is a unique program developed to help fathers and teens meet this need.