A Toolkit for Leaders OCF maintains an extensive network
of small groupsthroughout the military society.
A TOOLKIT
FOR LEADERS
Leaders Toolkit2019-03-22T10:31:39-06:00

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Ministry Onesheet

A summary of key components of OCF, such as Mission, Vision, Strategic Lines of Effort, and more

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Leader Engagement Model

The engagement model is a spiritual road map for pursuing growth throughout your life as a Christ-follower. It is provided for self-assessment only and for examining how your spiritual maturity may evolve as you embrace a life in Christ.

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Template, Chaplain Letter

A letter template designed to help introduce yourself and OCF to your local chaplain.

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Template, Military Flyer

An editable flyer template to help announce a Bible study or other event.

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Template, Roster Sign-in

An editable sign-in template to help collect attendance info for a Bible study or other event.

    OCF Logos

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    _OCF Web Logo, Black

    Web-resolution OCF logo that includes the logo square and a black tagline with transparent background

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    _OCF Web Logo, White

    Web-resolution OCF logo that includes the blue logo square and a white tagline with transparent background

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