In this episode of All-Stars, Dan interviews Theo Smith, a student at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, who belongs to what’s called an “area chapter” of OCF. Click here to listen!
Having a great conversation at your meetings is more than just having an interesting topic–it takes real leadership to facilitate discussion and make sure everyone’s voice’s are heard. Here are some pointers on leading discussion! The Invisible Facilitator Facilitators should not try to correct, teach, inform, and dominate in the discussion. The job of the […]
In case you didn’t know, OCF has a TON of great resources on the website you can use for your chapter. Here’s how to use the OCF blog. Read an article and have a discussion. Visit ocf.net/blog. On the right, click on Tags Click on Chapter Discussion for articles Create discussion questions. You don’t need […]
Today I will address the student question, What to do when you’re the only Orthodox student at your school (that you know of)? This is a toughie. The very first thing you can do is pray. Pray that God will give you strength in your solidarity and that he will send you people when the […]
Today I would like to answer a student question we received: “How can I keep people intrigued enough in OCF to come to meetings?” After recruiting new members at the activities fair with your icons, Bibles, and the promise of free food if they come to the first meeting, the beginning of the year is […]
After reading all about Real Break, you head straight to the Real Break page to see what trips are during your spring break. After agonizing over which of these amazing journeys to embark on, you finally pick one and set out to register…until you see the price. Not many college students have extra cash lying around. You’re left […]