Ric Schumacher, COL (USA, Ret): Keeping Life in the Box When There Is No Box
About the Topic: This series will feature a study of the Sermon on the Mount found in Mathew 5-7. We’ll explore principles and priorities for managing personal and professional life choices, offer guidance on how to integrate both faith and profession while staying in step with guidance from a God who doesn’t offer pat answers to all of life’s questions.
About the Speaker: COL Ric Schumacher, USA (Ret.), has been an OCF National Council member since 2014 and currently serves as the Council President. He and his wife Lisa raised three sons while ministering with various OCF, military, church, AWANA, and Precepts Bible study programs in the United States and Europe. They now live and work in California.
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