God's promise to His laborers and their labor is Rock solid.
We must remain ever mindful that God sustains that character and He ultimately provides that which we are obliged to give.
An incredible story of how the man who led the attack on Pearl Harbor found new life in Christ!
If you want to be the Christian military leader God has called you to be, I believe a must-have is a strong support system that loves, supports, and sustains you.
OCF's niche isn't Bible Studies--it's Christian leadership.
OCF friends oversee the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem.
As you develop your leadership skills and responsibilities, consider making the following habits a part of your daily routine.
Got fire for the Lord? Keep it burning by stoking your flame. We must tend to the fire-to the love relationship with our Lord. Anything less is abandonment. Remembering, repenting, and returning stokes that fire and results in peace and power.
Mothers share the responsibility of raising children to know and love our Lord.
Christ expects us to be salt and light in the military commands to which He has assigned us.
On my RMH adventure I had a close-up encounter with God and great fellowship with other Christians in stunningly beautiful scenery.
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.
Balance the roles of Christian officer and Christian spouse.
Options for OCF members to give regular donations.
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.
What does that look like today? How are you courageously standing firm personally and in your family? Are you modeling an integrated life of faith, family, and profession to your family, those around you personally, and in the workplace?
The Valentine’s Weekend Getaway at WSS is a perfect way to quiet the noise of all the “other-things” and allow the beauty and peace of WSS to help you refocus on the Lord and each other.
This weekend is an opportunity to be encouraged by some great teaching, rekindle old friendships and build some new ones. Prepare to leave this weekend refreshed and with a renewed vision for serving Christ in the military society.
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.
In this episode, we chat with 1LT Ryan Menicucci, USA, about what it takes to be a leader that God can use. The context for the conversation comes from a weekend ROTC retreat at OCF's White Sulphur Springs Conference Center in 2017. 1LT Menicucci recalls three important lessons learned that weekend: 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.
Join us for the OCF Academy Fall Retreat at White Sulphur Springs with USMA OCF, USMA Navs, USNA OCF, and the USMMA. CH (LTC) Doug Ball will be speaking on living a gospel-centered life.
Christmas season is special, but it is even more special to celebrate at White Sulphur Springs with a community of like-minded believers.
Contact: Brian White, Email: email@example.com, OCF contacts are available to provide local information.