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Don’t Be Lukewarm

I know your works, that are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spit you out of My mouth. Revelation 3:15-17 In my four years at school, I have come across hundreds of Orthodox college students. From […]

Senior Profiles: Gabriella Christy

Name: Gabriella Christy University/College: North Carolina State University Major: Psychology What are your plans for after graduation? I am attending UNC Charlotte for the Master’s program for Mental Health Counseling. What’s your favorite OCF memory? My favorite OCF memory is the North Carolina District Retreat. We had a great turn up and it was a very beautiful display of […]

Senior Profiles: Konstantinos Cesak

Name: Konstantinos Cesak University/College: George Washington University (but I am a part of Georgetown’s OCF) Major: International Affairs Minor: Modern Greek What are your plans for after graduation? Find a job, make enough money to survive, get out of D.C. What’s your favorite OCF memory? When I was a freshman commuting between George Washington & Georgetown, I would […]

Ode to OCF

As a senior graduating in less than a month, my levels of nostalgia have been at an all- time high. Anything from a roommate movie night to starting the last season of The Office (I’ve been working at it for almost a year) will spark some mad feels. But what finally put me over the […]

Living as God’s Creation

What do Adam and Eve in Paradise, Global Climate Change, and Great Lent have in common? … Trees. And that’s how our weekend began. Recently, the OCF at the County College of Morris, a newly chartered OCF chapter, hosted their first Pan-Orthodox OCF/Young Adult Weekend Retreat around the topic of Living in God’s Creation. The […]