One Christian of distinction, who fought in five wars, was U.S. Army Brigadier General Gustavus Loomis. In Loomis is the ideal balance of Christian faith, devotion to family, and excellence in military service.
1 Peter 3:15 tells us to always be prepared to give an answer. I call that 'living a questionable life' where you are open to others questioning you.
I have asked myself, how should we pray? There is no easy answer.
OCF Council elections for the Class of 2016 are open now through 29 September. Eligible OCF members are encouraged to vote in the election.
An officer who was there takes a step back to view the big picture.
The key to successful leadership is found in the person of Jesus Christ.
You've heard the horror stories about what can go wrong when your husband leaves... but it doesn't have to be all bad.
For those who have never led a small group, the prospect of starting such an endeavor might appear daunting and overwhelming given the busy lifestyle of those in the military. Here are tips for the new leader to consider both before and after his or her first meeting.
Consider that our leadership role is not always one of preventing another from his determined path. In some cases, the correction or consequence that follows will have the greater impact on a person’s decision to walk with integrity.
It’s incredibly important, yet challenging, that as you run your race in uniform for Christ, to keep His light in your heart burning brightly for others to see.