Tag Archives: Chapter Guide

Doing Pan-Orthodox

I like to tout to the Orthodox World that OCF is the only fellowship organization (for now) which is an Assembly of Bishops agency. Who cares, you say? Well, we are the only organization (for now) that is charged by all the bishops to bring together all Orthodox Christians from all backgrounds and all jurisdictions and to do it well. This […]

Plan an OCF Meal

OCF chapters are always looking for new ways to engage more students. Here’s an easy fellowship event you can add to your calendar to attract more students. As we’ve said before, you’ll have better attendance over time if you meet consistently and offer a variety of activities. Once a week is really best, but that doesn’t […]

Resources for Bible Study

Wanting to upgrade your chapter Bible study? Here are some resources we suggest for helping you prayerfully study the Scriptures. The Orthodox Study Bible: If you’re not already using it, the OSB has some helpful, basic articles and footnotes throughout the text. An Interlinear or Side-by-Side Bible or New Testament: Using both the Greek and/or […]

3 Steps Towards Better OCF Communication

3 Steps Towards Better OCF Communication

College students live busy lives, and one of the most common problems OCF leaders face is how best to communicate with their chapter. Clear, consistent communication can be the difference between a struggling chapter and a thriving community that makes a lasting impact on their university. When I was a student at MTSU, our chapter […]