On Unity: Members of One Body

This year’s OCF theme is unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), “Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity.” This week is part three of a six part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop […]

College Conference is Amazing

This is a guest post from John Dixon, College Conference East Chair on the 2013-2014 Student Advisory Board and a Junior at West Virginia University. He is currently studying Computer Engineering, and this is his first year on the OCF Student Advisory Board. “Behold now, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to […]

On Unity: Finding Unity in Christ

This year’s OCF theme is unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), “Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity.” This week is part two of a six part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop […]

Fasting And Philanthropy

This is a guest post from Steven Christoforou, the Youth Protection / Parish Ministries Coordinator for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese’s Department of Youth & Young Adult Ministries. You can connect with the Department at youth.goarch.org. Last Friday marked the beginning of the Nativity Fast, in preparation for Christmas. Why do we fast? Why should we […]

On Unity: Communion & Culture

This year’s OCF theme is unity, centered around Psalm 132:1 (OSB), “Behold, what is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity.” This week is the beginning of a six part series centered around Orthodox perspectives on unity. The series will consist of reflections from student leaders and College Conference workshop […]